In a sea of islands famed for white sands and blue waters, Anguilla stands out. Unlike many of its Caribbean
neighbours, this British Overseas Territory remains largely un-commercial, with only a handful of luxury hotels scattered about its coastline and a government-led ban on jet skis. The island has also developed a thriving foodie scene (gastronomes take note!) with upmarket fine dining restaurants serving lobster tempura and grilled quail, sitting alongside roadside grills and street food stalls dishing up Caribbean staples of jerk chicken, curried goat and fresh, locally caught seafood. And beach-lovers, be rest assured, you’ll find no less than 33 stunning sandy beaches to spend lazy days lounging on.