We have shopped here on a previous visit to the Island and it was ok, but maybe because it was out of season with no cruise ships, lots of the units were empty. There are some decent touristy shops still and worth browsing for 30...More
About Heritage Quay
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Spoilt for choice for duty free shopping, you will need your passport and flight number as proof that you are eligible.
A long sunny street with shops on both sides, lots of duty free perfumes and jewellery on this street, a couple of bars and a small arcade, very busy if the cruise ships are in, easy to get a taxi or a guide to take...More
Busy place full of souvenirs , shops , was very busy when we arrived there as two cruise ships had just docked, Good to look round and have a beer .
The Quay was very close to the cruise ship terminals (not always the case) and had a good selection of shops, we found the local camera shop and was able to buy very sturdy wrist straps for our cameras at a price that was exceptionally...More
Thanks to Jerry, Sue and Michelle for helping me with memory cards for my odrvm cameras. The lift to and from the hotel is also really appreciated. I now have the correct cards and can use them on my forthcoming sting ray and reef trips....More
One of the smaller cruise ports that the cruise ships dock in, they have most of the normal shops that you find in all the ports . The island is a bit older, so some of the shops and décor are a bit dated, also...More
Great shrimp salad. Very tasty and all sea food and salad were very fresh. Also, their mango punch was outstanding.
We stopped here for lunch whilst our cruise ship was docked in Antigua. There are a few shops, bars and restaurants scattered about here very close to the cruise liner terminal. We had a lovely lunch here and enjoyed the views.
This is a shopping area adjacent to the cruise terminal. There are all the usual jewelry, liquor and clothing shops and plenty of places to eat and drink. Prices seemed fairly high generally, but there was a lot of choice.