Quench your thirst for historic windmills (and for refreshment) at Harmony Hall, whose bar is located in another former mill.Harmony Hall also features a fine art gallery and a superb restaurant.The area was originally a slave-trading yard; after emancipation, the stone and wood buildings were used by merchants and innkeepers.Now you'll find some of the island's most intriguing boutiques, which feature a range of goods from jewelry and clothing by local designers to a wide variety of crafts.
To enjoy the warm and lovely waters from a tawny beach, head to any of 365 strands of sand, giving you a different choice each day for a year.
Undersea fanatics can dive such well-known spots as Cades Reef and the sunken three-masted ship Andes.
Eco-tours lead through inland lagoons, and of course those 365 beaches are a perennial draw.
Back in the countryside, your eye will inevitably go to the most evocative reminders of Antigua's past: almost a hundred towers that are the remnants of Antigua's sugar mills.
These cylindrical stone forms, dating from the days when sugarcane ruled, dot the countryside where over 150 sugar-producing plantations once stood.