St. John'sSuper sweet pineapples and hot sauce.
The island of Antigua is one of the most lush and picturesque in the Caribbean. With its white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, and rolling green hills, it's easy to see why it's a popular destination for tourists. But one of the best-kept secrets on Antigua is the town of St. John's. Unlike the larger, more touristy towns on the island, St. John's retains a more authentic Caribbean feel. There are no all-inclusive resorts or chain restaurants here - just a charming main square, narrow streets, and locals who are happy to share a smile and a conversation. The town is also home to some of the best restaurants on the island. From fresh seafood to authentic Caribbean cuisine, there's something to please everyone's palate. And don't forget to sample the local rum - Antigua is famous for its distilleries.