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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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  • Average17%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“waves crashing” (25 reviews)
“natural wonder” (18 reviews)
“commit suicide” (16 reviews)
Near north east shore, Antigua
+1 268-786-4734
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Amazing what nature can do! Carved out of limestone by the waves, a kind of bridge where the sea forces it’s way under and then explodes out the other side creating a plume of water. Great photo opportunity and stark contrasting scenery. Access via a...More

Thank Tony H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This a must when in antiqua . Visit the whale hole as the locals call it. It's a hole in the rocks that as the sea comes in causes a spray (just like a whale,) through the rocks. Devil's bridge was great too. Great photo...More

Thank julesndavid
Reviewed 1 week ago

On northeast corner of Antigua. Flat limestone weathered rock (wear shoes with good soles). Many legends here. Bridge is impressive (and far too dangerous to climb on). Try to find the "boo-fa-dora" to the north of the bridge...where the crashing surf comes under the cliff,...More

Thank Audrey S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went to see Devil's Bridge on the east side of Antigua, great views, watched the powerful waves crash through the blowholes of the rocks and on the bridge, creating geysers, on a windy day. Uneven under foot, only other people there were a hat seller...More

Thank Diana s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was a walk from our resort. Worth doing as it was so close to us but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it. I saw that it was included in some day tours where there are multiple stops, which seems appropriate.

Thank Christine_5225
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It would not be justified to go for it only. However, it is a nice point into the Eastern sea. Combine it with Long Beach by Willikies for a swim and lunch and it makes sense to go there. The larger the waves, the better...More

Thank Ivan V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The place is located outside the city and give a great view of the limestone/cliff being pounded by the sea. Nice photo opportunity about nature. You can spend about 25-30 mins to appreciate the site. Nice place to visit.

Thank Gene P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We left our resort and went for a walk to Devil's Bridge, it is much bigger than you expect as you walk towards it. We enjoyed walking around listening to the waves crash and getting some amazing photos.

Thank Kevin H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Another one on the list of things to do in Antigua. Plenty of parking. Good place to go, take a few pictures., walk around. You shouldn’t go to the water here, it’s very rough.

Thank Sandra1336
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Devils Bridge was a nice historic sight to visit. Very rocky when walking have to be careful. A very picturesque photo opportunity. I would recommend you stop by and see the bridge.

Thank Tri-Tri10
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