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Pretty well preserved looked / fortress. Seemed a bit odd to be able to drive directly in - but anywhoo. Large number of cannon remain in place. The bar / restaurant on site is a bit unloved. It could be a real money spinner if...More
Dropped by taxi on Fort James beach and walked up to Fort James. Amazing view but no attempt to restore, or even have signage to explain the history of the Fort. Suggest that it would have potential to make an active historic site and tourist...More
We arrived at the FortJames beach by walking from our cruise ship. We walked along the beach until we came to Candyland. It was great. We went in to talk to the owner about renting chairs and she brought out two of them to use...More
While this place has definitely potential: location, views, cannons (I think it is the original guns), the walls of the fort. Sadly, it is currently at a stage of negligence with definite need of TLC.
Easy accessible by car but don't expect much. Nobody here...More
This beach is not your typical Caribbean beach. There are a lot of stones and rocks that go right into the water, so it can be a little tricky to swim in the sea, however if you are looking for a place to have a...More
FortvJames is typical of the forts on Antigua from a structural point of view but it's cannons on the approach to the harbour at St John's add a little extra.
There is a good sandy beach around the headland . The waves have to be...More