Falmouth is a town in Antigua. it is located in the south of the island, at the end of Falmouth Harbour. A road links Falmouth with the nearby larger town of Liberta.

What To Do

There are 365 beaches on Antigua, one for each day of the year. The great majority rest inside the calm protected waters of the island's Caribbean side. All are open to the public, and so the challenge posed to a visitor is not how to gain access to the best of them but simply how to locate the beach that suits one's taste. Exploring on your own is the best way to do this, although it is wise to bring a companion along to particularly isolated locations. Antiguans are understandably reluctant to divulge their own favorites, so here are a number of good starters. Be sure to acquire specific directions before you go.

The Antigua Rain forest Canopy Tour is a unique eco-tour through Antigua's lush rain forest where you embark on an unforgettable journey through the verdant forest, high above the trees.

Nelson's Dockyard and the English Harbor is one of the premier tourist attractions in Antigua and no visit to the island would be complete without seeing the restored Georgian yard named after the famous English Admiral Horatio Nelson.

Useful Information

  • Language: English
  • Currency: East Caribbean dollar
  • Emergency Contact: 999/911
  • Time Zone: AST (UTC -04:00)
  • Coordinates: 17.0208° / -61.774075°