Redcliffe Quay

St John's

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Redcliffe Quay

Redcliffe Quay is a shopping village where Antiguans run their shops and sell local souvenirs at affordable prices. Long ago, the village used to be the main trading place for slaves, rum, sugar and coffee. Today, the village offers a variety of excellent restaurants and a range of small independent boutiques. Whether you're looking for local handicrafts, clothes, delicious pasta and seafood dishes, mouth-watering wines — Redcliffe Quay is a must-see during your stay in St John's.

Do & See

Contrary to what you might believe, St John's is not just a beach holiday destination. It is definitely a place to lie on the beach and watch the world go by, but that is far from being it. St John's also offers a variety of options for culture vultures, hungry for museums and historical sites to get a good grasp of the city's culture and history. Moreover, the city caters for all those thrill seekers looking to have an adventurous holiday by engaging in water sports, hikes and other outdoor activities. Last but not least, you can also enjoy its stunning cuisine and the excellent shopping options.