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Devil's Bridge

Near north east shore, Antigua
+1 268-786-4734
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Limestone arches formed by seawater erosion, this natural landmark is rumored to have been the site of mass suicides of slaves during slavery times.
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Near north east shore, Antigua
+1 268-786-4734
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We took an early morning walk to Devils Bridge from the Pineapple Beach Club guided by one of the entertainment team. This is a historic place in Antigua where slaves are said to have committed suicide. The views from here are stunning and the crashing...More

Thank Steve0366
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My wife and I visited this site while vacationing in Antigua. It was truly worth the walk from the resort, the views from here were wonderful. We managed to get some great photos. I wound recommend seeing it.

Thank beachluvers60
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very close to the Verandah resort at Long Bay, Devils Bridge is a truly spectacular sight. Especially if the sea is a bit on the rough side. There is a big chance that you will get soaked. Make the effort to visit as its one...More

Thank whitey7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very glad we went here - Very moving on a rainy windy day and incredible to think of the reason why 1000's visit each year - Combine with Betty's restored plantation and easily reachable by car wherever you are on the island

Thank RockHill_10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The track to the bridge is not tarmacked so is just pebbles. The bridge is good to see if you are already on that side of the island. However, get there at the right time of day because we arrived later on (1600hrs) and the...More

Thank TheBob623
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Devils Bridge whilst on a 4x4 tour which we booked through our hotel. We were really excited to visit the site due to the history associated with it. Views are great, the crashing Atlantic Ocean really adds to the drama of the place....More

Thank 12sarah34
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is not much in the way of dramatic coastal scenery in Antigua, but this is about as dramatic as it gets. Legend has it that slaves would come her to commit suicide. Whether its true or not I don't know, but you could certainly...More

Thank RMP1960g
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Apart from the bridge there's not a lot to see. The history of the bridge is very sad but has to be heard. On a windy day the bridge is a very dramatic place to be

Thank Lesley G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You can feel the the soul's of those who died falling/jumping into the water. The unforgiving power of the seas crash and rip around the rocks. There is a lot of power here...... a lot of sad souls. This is well worth your time. It's...More

Thank Colin P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed at the verandah resort and walked to devils bridge. We went around 430pm, it was the perfect time, we were the only people there, the vendors had already left. We didn't walk across the bridge, I think you'd have to be crazy to...More

Thank Ashley D
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