Anguilla, the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands, retains the laid-back character of a sleepy backwater. Its small and lightly populated, but the islanders are friendly and easy going. It also has some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean.The interior of the island is flat, dry and scrubby, pockmarked with salt ponds and devoid of dramatic scenery. Anguillas main appeal to visitors is its beautiful fringing beaches, aquamarine waters and its nearby coral-encrusted islets, which offer great swimming, snorkelling and diving.

 States/Provinces Of Anguilla