Anguilla soccer players

Anguilla soccer players


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Welcome to Anguilla
Anguilla is a small island with a huge reputation that begs for repeat visit. A British overseas territory tucked away in the Eastern Caribbean, Anguilla consists of 35 square miles of magic, history and beauty. So what’s unique about it? More

Around 200 BC, the Amerindian peoples first arrived from South America. They lived off the sea and established farms and villages. Lifestyles were pretty much the same for the next 3,000 years, though a succession of tribes called the island home … More

33 white-sand beaches and pure aquamarine water has few peers in the Caribbean. There are calm bays and numerous beaches perfect for snorkeling among blue tangs and parrot fish … More

Centuries ago, when the failure of the plantation economy was apparent, the men of the island took to the sea launching a sporting heritage for boat racing here, that is surpassed by no other sport. Each boat with its fans, each captain and crew with its strategy and each finish with its arguments … More

Heritage Collection, Wallblake House, the Old Salt Factory and Pumphouse, Warden’s Place, a Tennis Academy, a championship golf course and numerous artist studios dot the island, to expand your visit options … More

Travel Tips
The major holidays are New Year’s Day, Easter, Labour Day, Whit Monday, Anguilla Day, Queen’s Birthday, August Monday, August Thursday, Constitution Day, Separation Day, Christmas and Boxing Day … More


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