Thank you to Inside Out, one of the United Arab Emirates premier real estate magazines for featuring Zemi Beach.
Thank you to Inside Out, one of the United Arab Emirates premier real estate magazines for featuring Zemi Beach.
Thank you to 9fi5th Luxury Real Estate Magazine for featuring Zemi Beach.
Zemi Beach features in The Real Deal’s winter getaway roundup.
Finally we are home! Zemi Beach, located on Shoal Bay East, means its time to kick back and relax after a long and interesting trip around the tiny gem of Anguilla! Voted “the World’s Best all-around beach” by the Discovery channel, its time to relax in the sun, take a snorkel in the clear blue waters and finish the day with a cool cocktail on our private terrace! Thanks for exploring with us and make sure you come back and visit soon #AXA66
Tropical Sunset is a hidden gem along the beautiful Shoal Bay East – it’s an inviting peach-pink and blue beach hut surrounded by cool, rustling trees for shade. Idyllic. It ranks in the top 40 beach restaurants in Anguilla and you’ll see why when it is serving up a variety of favourites such as succulent steaks, juicy ribs and lip-lickin’ burgers at very reasonable prices. Tropical Sunset also shakes things up at the bar with an array of punches and frozen cocktails. Hire a lounger and umbrella and relax on the beach for a Tropical Sunset. #AXA66
Madeariman Reef Restaurant on Shoal Bay East is tasty and relaxing. Open all day, Madeariman Reef Restaurant’s maritime-theme is quirky and fun. The restaurant serves everything from seafood, steaks and grilled meats to pizza, sandwiches and salads. Its a must pitstop for anyone visiting the absolutely beautiful Shoal Bay East. #AXA66
Uncle Ernie’s has some of the island’s most mouth-watering barbeque grills and main courses are only between $10-15. Succulent grilled meats, steaks, fish and burgers, as well as lighter bites like salads and sandwiches all at great prices. Not only that but live reggae music is featured regularly by some of the island’s most talented performers. Uncle Ernie’s is the place to go for chilled out cheap eats in Anguilla, a friendly establishment with a lively beat. #AXA66
Elodias Beach Bar on Shoal Bay East is what you need to finish off a day lounging on the beach, snorkelling in the ocean, or just exploring. A full menu of grilled meat – steaks, burgers, chicken, ribs – all topped off perfectly by hostess Carol’s geniusly mixed cocktails and punches. With prices as low as $10 for a hearty burger with all the trimmings you can’t go wrong. Definitely stop by Elodias Beach Bar for a cheap, pleasant eat on Shoal Bay East. #AXA66
Dancing all night with a rum in your hand and a belly full of Caribbean ribs, sounds like Gwen’s Reggae Bar and Grill. A hip joint on the golden sands of Anguilla, which plays host to some of the best live reggae on the island. Gwen’s serves a great variety of grilled meats and burgers, in big mouth-watering portions, with a stunning view of the waves from your table. Dishes come with sides of fries, pasta and coleslaw, in case a huge stack of ribs isn’t enough! Gwen’s Reggae Bar and Grill is a great experience! #AXA66
Experience the good life of the Caribbean at Shoal Bay East. It is hailed as one of the world’s best beaches by visitors and locals alike, with great restaurants and attractions paired with breathtaking scenery. You can Snorkel, dive, go out on a glass-bottom boat, or just kick back with some tasty food and a rum punch. Everybody loves Shoal Bay East; it is a beautiful stretch of paradise that boasts the most glorious sunsets around. #AXA66
Sometimes you deserve a treat and Hibernia is the place for it. An elegant establishment in Anguilla, which has been rated the second best restaurant on the island by visitors. Hibernia is fine dining in a luxurious setting, the exquisite fresh seafood in delicate Asian and French fusions, all complimented by fine wines, And topped off with a vibrant art gallery full of inviting and intriguing works. Drop in and see Mary-Pat as Hibernia is the ultimate experience in luxury dining in Anguilla. #AXA66
The staff at Elite – formerly Cote Mer – in Anguilla were too good to be true, warm, friendly and so efficient. The Italian, Caribbean and seafood dishes did not disappoint! The food is some of the most flavoursome and luxurious ever tasted. Elite is a wonderful casual stop with a hint of elegance, to make any night special. #AXA66
$5 crayfish and a restaurant on the Ocean’s edge overlooking the amazing glistening waters of Anguilla is a perfect night for me but On Da Rocks Restaurant offers even more. With a light, airy atmosphere full of sky-blue shades, this stunning seafood grill and bar is beautiful yet casual. Prices are reasonable, and then you have $5 specials! The specials are locally renowned for their unbelievable value and quality, and the live music is a must, so chill out and relax with great food at On Da Rocks. #AXA66
At Easter all roads are leading to Island Harbour, home of the Festival Del Mar, a celebration of Anguilla’s heritage, with the best freshly caught seafood that you will find. Island Harbour and the festival needs to be on all Anguilla itineraries. The little village is near enough untouched by tourists and has a great local vibe #AXA66
The largest of the cays surrounding Anguilla, Scrub Island is a secluded and beatiful little jewel. An important bird area, Scrub provides an annual breeding ground for Roseate Terns and Laughing Gulls. It is also the perfect spot for sighting Leatherback and Green Turtles and dolphins and whales as they glide across the water. #AXA66
A quiet beach on the Northern tip of the island, Windward Point is the perfect spot for hiking. The trails lead to some great viewpoints offshore towards Scrub Island and over to the neighboring islands of St Maarten and St Barths #AXA66
The Heritage Collection Museum teaches so much about Anguilla’s history. Drop in and have a chat with Coleville Petty. Who knew so much could go on in a little Caribbean island. Featuring historical relics as well as The Revolution, the Heritage Collection Museum is a really interesting insight into the real Anguilla. #AXA66
Anguilla may have loads of secluded and remote stretches of beautiful beach but you definitely don’t get bored of them. Sile Bay is one of these awe-inspiring bays where waters fade from blue to green to clear as they creep up onto the gloriously white sands of Sile Bay. The quiet waters make it a great place for first time divers, or a serene solution for swimming and bathing. Sile Bay is just the place to get a away from the hustle and bustle. #AXA66
Sandy Hill Bay is a place with many beautiful beach villas in a remote peaceful area of the island of Anguilla. Sandy Hill Bay is quiet, calm and relaxing, with a lovely beach to explore, and gentle blue waters to swim and paddle in. Perfect for a tranquil time away. The odd restaurant is situated not far away, so when you’ve settled into your beach villa, you can head out for some quality local cuisine to top off your glorious day by the sea. #AXA66
Climbing down three levels of cliff steps is the only way to reach the vast stretch of white sand and turquoise water that is Long Pond Bay. Not accessible to everyone but worth the quest if possible.
Forest Bay is full of lush greenery and palm trees, providing a secluded paradise where you can kick off your shoes and feel the soft white sand between your toes. You can enjoy the water by paddling in the shallows or taking the plunge with an atmospheric swim. Forest Bay is also the place to go for luxurious beachside villa accommodation, with many beautiful properties available for private rental. Head down to the peaceful shade of Forest Bay for a cooling day by the sea. #AXA66
See it on the map here: http://anguilla-map.zemibeach.com/beaches_and_bays/forest-bay/
The beautifully secluded Savannah Bay is the place to go for some of the best snorkelling and diving, with clear, calm waters and none of the crowds that such a beautiful island tends to attract. On certain days, the trade winds are perfect for kite surfing! Go to Nats Place in the Bay where you can enjoy decent local food and delicious cool cocktails, or you may prefer to bring your own, and enjoy a relaxing picnic on the side of the wonderful ocean. #AXA66
Dubbed the best Roti on the island with some of the cheapest beer. At the Roti Hut you can eat in or take away, great food for a picnic. #AXA66
Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport is easily accessible by air through neighboring islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Maarten/Martin, Antigua and St. Kitts #AXA66
See the location on our Anguilla map: http://www.anguilla-map.zemibeach.com/travel/airport
Wallblake House is a great slice of history which has been beautifully restored. It now is the home to many art exhibitions, shows and receptions as well as serving as rectory to the local Catholic Church.
One of Anguilla’s most prestigious heritage sites Wallblake House is worth a visit. #AXA66
Find it here: http://buff.ly/1hT14Ay
For your own slice of private beach paradise Limestone Bay, a rocky point of Anguilla that has some stunning natural formations and cliffs, is definitely the place to look.
With its picturesque surroundings and peaceful atmosphere, it is the home of many luxury villa accommodations that are available to rent.
The area is tranquil and remote, perfect for a beautiful holiday home in the glorious Anguilla. #AXA66
Find it on our Anguilla Map here: http://buff.ly/L6Hao3
Little Bay is an absolutely magical spot on the island of Anguilla which can be accessed either by boat, or if you are the slightly more adventurous type by a gutsy climb down the rocks.
The tall, rocky cliffs that surround the bay beautifully seclude the area and with the blue waves just pouring into the curves of the cove, and lapping up onto the stretches of white beach you feel like you are in a movie. If the climb down to the bay wasn’t enough adventure for you, you can jump down off of the cliffs straight into the turquoise waters, and land in what can only be described as paradise.
Amazing snorkelling and diving are welcome at Little Bay, so make this trip to experience the most incredible place on the island. #AXA66
Da’Vida is such a treat with a restaurant, bayside grill and spa all rolled into one. Da’Vida caters to smart and casual parties alike, with really tasty food for all.
The Caribbean Asian fusion menu in the restaurant and tapas lounge means that anyone can be catered for, whether your party is celebrating a special occasion or out for a laid back evening.
The whole experience is worth it, with fabulous live music on every weekend, it completes the perfect atmosphere. #AXA66
Going to The Savannah Gallery to see the local works from Anguilla itself is worth the trip. It is a sweetly-located exhibition in a spacious house, and has a wide range of artists with varying inspiration.
You don’t have to be an art connoisseur to appreciate the beautiful, vibrant paintings and incricately crafted sculptures. It open 10-2 Monday to Saturday or by appointment,
The Savannah Gallery gives you an enlightening encounter with local art and culture. #AXA66
If you fancy a lazy day doing very little in the sunshine, the picturesque and relaxing Crocus Bay is the ultimate destination. It is a very peaceful part of the glorious island of Anguilla, with long, quiet stretches of white beach and cool, calm waters lapping at the shore.
It may sound too good to be true but there are even beautiful holiday villas available to rent nearby, with just a short walk to the beach for a day to unwind in the sun.
Pack up a picnic and enjoy a tranquil time outdoors, while wild birds swoop and palm trees gently blow in the breeze. #AXA66
Katouche Bay borders the Katouche Valley rainforest on Anguilla’s Northern coast. The perfect day out for nature enthusiasts; the area is home to many fossils and sea life #AXA66
Sandy Island is an isolated off-island cay just a 10 minute boat ride from mainland Anguilla. Perfect for a day of paradisiacal seclusion like nowhere else in the Caribbean.
The small island has one beach bar offering refreshments and beachfront dining which is all you need to accompany 360 degree views of powder white sands and blue Caribbean Seas. #AXA66
A beautiful beach shack complete with an outdoor bar made out of a boat, rocking live music and twinkling festive lights no wonder Elvis’ Beach Bar Restaurant in Anguilla is a favourite local nightspot.
They say everyone who goes to Anguilla ends up at Elvis’ eventually, and it’s easy to see why, with big screen TV broadcasts right on the beach, delicious rum punch and tasty Caribbean cuisine, it is essential for every visitor of Anguilla to go here. #AXA66
The Pumphouse is THE place to ‘hang out’ in Anguilla. The decor will blow you away with its illuminated party lights and vintage advertisements, and the walls are lined with bottles.
Mouth-watering burgers, steaks, pizzas and various pub foods are served at good prices. The Pumphouse merchandise will help you remember your night at one of Anguilla’s favourite night spots no matter how much of the famous Pumphouse Rum Punch you drink. #AXA66
Ripples Restaurant is one of the quirkiest places around, it is the ultimate in casual, fun dining with heaps of atmosphere and mouth-watering food.
Jacquie, the proprietor of Ripples, left England some 20 years ago to set up a happening restaurant in Anguilla, and she has succeeded. Beneath the bright blue fishing-port style exterior, warm colours and festive lights illuminate the cosy restaurant, and Ruth and Janis are some of the team to greet you with a big smile.
Perfect for an incredible night with great food and good company. #AXA66
Have an Italian feast at Dolce Vita in Sandy Ground. It will be no shock that Dolce Vita has been voted the 3rd best restaurant in Anguilla when you try the flavourful Italian menus made of the best fresh ingredients.
There is exquisite seafood, meat and pasta, as well as rich desserts, sandwiches and a special Pizza Menu. Paired with a beautiful view of the ocean, and the sandy shore just a step beyond your table, Dolce Vita has a stunning location, a warm, inviting atmosphere and flexible setting from daytime lunching spot, to evening luxury dining.
Experience a wonderfully affordable Italian delight right on the beach at Dolce Vita Italian Beach Restaurant and Bar. #AXA66
Top-quality antique paintings by a wide variety of Caribbean, Haitian and international artists in a serene setting you couldn’t ask for more from The Pineapple Art Gallery at Sandy Ground in Anguilla.
Operated by French interior designer Phillipe Manasse, The Pineapple Art Gallery is a place to appreciate and show your respect for talented artists of times gone by. #AXA66
Find them here: http://buff.ly/1cR5jso
January is a busy time in Anguilla as Celebrities and those in the know flock to our stunning island paradise. This video shows the multitude of private jets all visiting Anguilla.
The Anguilla Sailing Association is a fantastic place for younger people to learn how to sail. The passion and commitment from the staff of this wonderful organisation is infectious.
The adventurous waves and cooling sea breezes of Anguilla make it the perfect spot for sailing and exploring the ocean, and the Anguilla Sailing Association are the best partners to work with, having produced many Olympic sailors and medal-winners, while operating an ethos of encouragement and knowledgable instruction. #AXA66
Our Route 66 of Anguilla continues onward into 2014 and where better to start the new year than at the fantastic Sandy Ground.
Sandy Ground is not only an outstanding area of Anguilla and the main port of entry from the British Isles with great anchorage sites, but also a foodies delight as many of popular restaurants and bars can be found here. Perhaps the most famous being Elvis’ Beach Bar, The Pumphouse and Dolce Vita. #AXA66
Locate it on our handy Anguilla map: http://buff.ly/1cR50h3
Happy New Year from everyone at Zemi Beach – We can’t tell you how excited we are about 2014 and wish you all the best for the coming year!
Long Bay is one of Anguilla’s largest beaches and is home to a vast stretch of white sand and turquoise waters.
What a fantastic view to end 2013!
Jacala is one of the top restaurants in Anguilla, fine French cuisine, lovingly prepared by native French chef Alain. The charming Jacques heads front of house and will go out of his way to ensure everything is perfect.
The incredible location consists of the cool, open-air restaurant, outdoor wooden dining deck and golden stretch of beach complete with loungers and umbrellas. Presenting top quality atmosphere and cuisine, Jacala is a sophisticated spot suitable for formal and romantic dining. #AXA66
They don’t come more colourful than Blanchard’s restaurant. The owners, Bob and Melinda make it their mission to make sure everyone can find something for them with menus made up of Caribbean, American, Asian food to name just a few.
As colourful as the atmosphere is the range of drinks and award wining wine list plus they even do food to take away if you fancy eating fine food to go. #AXA66
With only one more sleep until Christmas, the team at Zemi Beach would like to wish everyone a happy Christmas!
For those who enjoy the finer things in life head down to Coba at the Viceroy Hotel. It’s suave, sophisticated food is crafted by none other than the top British chef Cliff Denny.
If you’re looking for breakfast, brunches or a sit down meal you can choose from the freshest meats, seafood,salads and desserts not to mention a pretty impressive wine and cocktail list. #AXA66
Find it here: http://buff.ly/1cQZXgM
For some celeb spotting head over to Barnes Bay, this secluded spot is home to some of the biggest and best luxury properties on the island which have seen the likes of Robert De Niro and Robin Williams enjoy.
It’s considered a hidden gem and there’s plenty of room to have some fun in the sun. #AXA66
This year, the team at Zemi Beach has been lucky enough to see a number of nests of Sea Turtles hatching along Shoal Bay East and help them along their way back to the ocean.
Zemi Beach is acutely aware of these beautiful creatures and the coastal areas of the site are left untouched to help the little hatchlings thrive in their natural habitat.
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Wishing everyone in Anguilla a fantastic Separation Day! http://buff.ly/1cQZoUb
Shoal Bay West is ideal for snorkelling and diving in the waters of the island. Swim amongst the best residents of the Caribbean and get up close and personal with some amazing coral formations. Take a picnic with you and eat on the beach or buy some authentic local food from one of the nearby restaurants. #AXA66
See it on the map here: http://buff.ly/1dgP5qH
For a beach with a twist check out Maundays Bay, the crescent shaped beach has been voted the best place to go in the West End Village. The colours, sandy golds, sea blues and views are amazing and is one of the most stunning beaches on the island. Home to the exclusive Cap Juluca, visitors can enjoy the powdery sand and swim in the calm sea. #AXA66 – http://buff.ly/18Xk63L
If you’re looking for laid back fun for friends, family or even a couple then Smokey’s is your place. It’s lively, filled with the sounds of local musicians and offers chilled out dining right on the beach. Once you’ve tasted the exotic flavours on offer you can just get up for a dance. It’s great for some good ‘ol Caribbean fun and is so laid back you’ll want to come back for more. #AXA66
See it here: http://buff.ly/1eRZiM1
Visitors to Cove Bay find themselves coming back time and time again and its not hard to see why. With the amazing views and calm refreshing waves its the perfect spot for a quick dip after a day laying out in the hot sun. With great places to eat and drink its got everything you need for a perfect day of Caribbean relaxation. #AXA66
Cove bay can be found on the Anguilla map here: http://buff.ly/18XdWAG
Beautiful scenery and a variety of stunning holes The CuisinArt Golf Course is definitely one of the best courses in the Caribbean. So whether you are a seasoned professional or would like to take some tips from the club pro Ryan Bowey you are sure to have an amazing experience. #AXA66
The golf course can be found here:http://buff.ly/195lBNg
Anguilla’s most glittering and highly anticipated event, The 2013 Tourism Gala & Awards Ceremony is being hosted tonight at the Cobá Restaurant at Viceroy Anguilla Resort & Residences.
The Tourism Gala will feature a glamorous Red carpet cocktail reception, featuring the sultry voice of Ms. Jaine Rogers. The awards will focus on the recipients, with awards and prizes being presented to recognize excellence in the industry.
The highly popular after party, will again be held at the resorts Sunset Lounge, with music provided by DJ Sugar.