Antigua and Barbuda

If you're looking for slightly British-style Caribbean, you can't miss the Costa Cruise to Antigua and Barbuda. Visiting these destinations, taking spectacular excursions, makes our vacation an exciting one.
During the cruise to Antigua, we go through the capital Saint John's, we pass through the interior of the island and the small villages of All Saints and Liberta, to reach the South coast and Nelson's Dockyard National Park, a place rich in history and natural beauty. From Shirley Heights, we can take spectacular photographs of the coast and the bay. Nelson's Dockyard is the most important historical site of the island, which began as a British naval base. The original buildings, restored and returned to their former glory, are numerous. Barbuda is about 20 nautical miles from Antigua. Here we can admire the largest nesting colony of seabirds and follow a route to the very long 11 Mile Beach. The only thing missing is an Antiguan rum punch to achieve perfection.

Unmissable shore excursions

Some of the most beautiful moments you can experience on a cruise.