“The Beach is just the beginning”.
Visitors become excited by the sight of this beautiful twin island state as you fly into Antigua. Surrounded by 365 white sandy beaches, enhanced by the clear blue water of the Caribbean, Antigua is one of the most popular of the Leeward Islands. We have the least rainfall of the East Caribbean islands; visitors are almost assured of continuous sunshine.
Antigua is a small island of 108 square miles; its sister island, Barbuda is 32 miles due north and covers 68 square miles. The twin-island paradise is steep in history and culture, full of Caribbean charm with a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere. There is much emphasis on eco-tourism; preservation of the beauty of the islands is paramount. The capital of Antigua is St John’s and it is also home of the Historic Museum and the St. Johns Anglican Cathedral. There are many restaurants whose menus vary from the sophisticated European American and Oriental cuisine to the spicy Creole food of the locals and whose setting varies from elegant restaurants to chic island shacks.
Antigua and Barbuda is now home to UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nelson’s Dockyard the only Georgian naval dockyard in the world. The historic dockyard, is full of activities where visitors are able to have historic tours, experience local and international cuisine from an array of restaurants and unwind at coffee shops.
During Sailing Week, the first week of May each year, Antigua and Barbuda play host to many of the international yachting fraternity who take part in the regatta. This is one of the largest yachting events in the world and for seven days there is ocean racing and shoreside parties. Also Antigua has two Golf Courses, one of which is considered the best in the Caribbean. Antigua’s annual Carnival, which is known as the greatest summer Festival is a week of fetes, steel bands, calypso competitions celebrating the islands emancipation. Antigua has a vast stock of hotel rooms, private villas and apartments providing accommodation for over 200,000 stop over visitors per year.
Antigua is the perfect holiday and lifestyle destination. It is ideal for relaxing on the beaches, basking in the sun or simply creating beautiful memories. Look no further, for you have found Paradise here in Antigua, “The Heart of the Caribbean!”
At Majestic Realty (Caribbean) Ltd, we make owning property in Antigua really easy. The cumulative knowledge and experience of our team means we can answer all of your questions and provide all of the services to ensure that the acquisition of your real-estate investment or new home an enjoyable experience. Through our unsurpassed client service and core principles of honesty and integrity, we simply earn your trust.
We have an extensive listing of commercial and residential properties and lands for sale. The Antigua and Barbuda market is a very active one so new properties are coming onto the market constantly. Due to our extensive network of contacts we often have prior knowledge of up and coming listings. If you do not see what you are looking for on the website, please feel free to contact us letting us know your objectives, and we can contact you should a property come to market to suit your needs.Our Suite of Services:
For many people, investing in a second property overseas is fulfilling a life long dream. We can help simplify the ownership of your home by offering a full property management service. We take care of everything from routine maintenance of your home, to finding tenants for your home should you wish to derive an income.
Application for Non-Citizens Land Holding Licence
A Non-Citizen’s Land Holding Licence is required to own property in Antigua if you are not a citizen. Through our affiliated law firm, we are able to provide fast and efficient service by making the necessary application to the relevant authorities upon receipt of the following documents, which are required to be submitted with the said application.
http://www.ab.gov.ag Official site of the Government of Antigua and Barbuda
http://www.antiguanice.com provides the latest news on events, nightlife and a great tourist guide