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Devils bridge is lovely, we were able to walk from our hotel but there are many tours which have it included. The scenery is beautiful and very different from the rest of Antigua.
No rest rooms on site or benches yet they have local venders...More
Nice unique rock form from turbulent water and waves. Not a place to swim for sure. If you fall, in these water... I don't think you can survive. I'm so happy that we did not witness any kind of crazy thing. To me, no one...More
I was there while travelling along the island roads with my taxi driver. Nice area where the sea is slowly carving the rocks! Remnants of UK fortifications remain there protected for visitors to see...
This is one of the few places you would dream for a rather stormy ocean to actually appreciate it's beauty. The wind will make it even better.
The perfect spot to take pictures. Also, the location offers nice walk around the coast. Would definitely re-visit...More
Devil's Bridge is well worth seeing - even if only because it's such a contrast to much of the island's other scenery. Rugged and rocky, with frothing water and plenty of splashing, and with a constant strong breeze, this Atlantic outpost is so different to...More
The Devil's Bridge is a very cool site. You see this amazing bridge naturally formed by the erosion of the limestone. There is also a blow hole in the vicinity where water can shoot out from. We did not see the eruption as the waters...More