Our island home is like nowhere else, a tranquil oasis away from life’s bustle and distractions in the Caribbean Ocean. As the tide laps peacefully against Anguilla’s coraled beaches and northern limestone cliffs, everything else fades into the background, and you’re free to simply unwind. Go to Sandy Ground and groove to some local reggae, or take a walk on one of the island’s many beaches at dusk. With only 15,000 residents and under 100 sq. kilometers of gorgeous island view, Anguilla is your own, intimate oasis.
The citizens of Anguilla have taken the steps to keep our island home serene, secure and naturally beautiful. Casinos are forbidden on the island, and you won’t find any cruise ships docked here or night clubs blaring music into the night. We know how to have a good time without making a mess.
The island enjoys a tropical climate year-round, with northeastern winds blowing in every now and again to cool things down for a while. That said, temperatures rarely drop below acceptable swimsuit weather, and the forecast is typically sunny skies for days. Whenever you want to take a balmy Caribbean trip throughout the year, our island home pulls through.
Our Anguillan dress code is “flip flops and a relaxed attitude,” so don’t forget to pack accordingly. Bathing suits, sunscreen and sunglasses are local staples — throw in a few t-shirts, a polo and some button-downs for hitting the reggae bars and restaurants, and you have yourself some handsomely packed luggage.
We have 33 beautiful beaches lining Anguilla’s coasts, making us the #1 beachside vacation hotspot in the Caribbean. Take a car to satisfy your beach wanderlust, or feel free to beach hop by bike. With so many options, it won’t take long to find one that suits your fancy.
We aren’t the jealous type here on Anguilla. We know you might want to peek at some of the neighboring islands in the Caribbean, and we can arrange trips by boat to St. Martin and St. Barths or charter flights to other nearby destinations for you.
The most common way to get here is by flying into St. Martin, then traveling by ferry or private charter into Anguilla. There’s nothing like coming across the water, a drink in your hand and the Caribbean wind whipping through your hair as our island home comes into view.
If you can’t find a direct flight to Anguilla, do not worry! While direct flights are possible, most of our visitors fly into St. Martin then take a private charter or public ferry to Anguilla. Both options take about 25 minutes and bring you to Anguilla’s main dock, Blowing Point. Flights from St. Martin to Anguilla are also available. At Solaire, we know that travel can be a drag and we don’t want you to have to do any extra work! Once you book your flights, give our front desk a call and we will arrange your boat for you. We can make a reservation on a private charter or give you specific instructions on how to catch the public ferry.
Once you’re on Anguilla, the most efficient option to get from the port to the Solaire Village is by way of the taxi booth located just outside the ferry terminal. You can rely on taxis for transport throughout Anguilla, but once you have checked in we recommend allowing us to deliver a rental car directly to your holiday villa, granting you unfettered access to the island.
Let our front desk worry about about making the holiday magic happen and transporting you to our Caribbean slice of heaven. We can arrange a private charter to sail you from St. Maarten into Anguilla. If ferries don’t float your boat, perhaps a quick flight in a small, private aircraft would suffice?Contact us
Whether it’s paddleboarding on our pristine ocean waters, taking a private sunset cruise or snorkeling off Solaire’s nearby coral reef, our team can book it for you and set your Caribbean getaway in motion. Rent a small boat to skim around our powdered coastlines, or reserve 18 holes at Greg Norman’s championship golf course: don’t fret over the details, and let Solaire square your plans away.