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With 365 beaches, Antigua is known for having a beach for every day of the year. The warm, calm waters of the Caribbean allow vacationers to make a splash in the protected salty sea. On Barbuda, the beaches are mostly marked by salmon-colored sands, and some of this small island's beaches are facing the more turbulent waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
All of the beaches on both Antigua and Barbuda are open to the public, though some of the more isolated beaches may be a little difficult to reach. However, some of these hard-to-reach beaches are among the island's most beautiful, making the journey well worth the effort. Before venturing to these secluded shores, be sure to get a good map and explicit directions.
Glitzy Kings Casino at the Heritage Quay shopping and entertainment complex in St. Johns has been a favorite spot since it opened in 1988. Here gamers can try their hand at slot machines, video poker, craps, roulette, Caribbean stud poker, and blackjack. There's a cocktail lounge on site and number of restaurants nearby.
he Royal Antiguan Beach and Tennis Resort on Deep Bay at the entrance of St. John's Harbor tempts those wanting to try their luck against its 150 slot and video poker machines. The St. James Club in Mamora Bay is an elegant casino, with 50 slot machines as well as table games. Gamers at the Casino Riviera at Runaway Bay will find plenty to keep them busy. There's blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, roulette, and 35 slot machines. Another casino to check out is the Coral Reef Casino, part of the Jolly Harbour Villas Commercial Center. This gaming facility has 50 slot machines as well as blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, and roulette. The Grand Princess in Jolly Harbour is the newest casino on the island. The 71,000-squre-foot casino has 250 slot machines, and table games such as blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, and roulette.