The territory of the island of Anguilla is flat, with a notable attraction for its beautiful beaches, the clear and crystalline waters and the splendid seabed, ideal for diving. The island has a population of predominantly African descent. Due to its internal situation, it is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean. The climate in Anguilla is very dry and the trade winds blow constantly. The average temperature varies from 25°C to 28°C.
Located in the Leewards, it includes the islands of Anguilla and Sombrero, located between St. Martin and St. Barthelemy. It owes its name to the Spanish word for "eel", referring to its long, narrow shape, while its Caribbean name is Malliouhana. The surface yes extends for about 91 square kilometers, the capital is The Valley.
The gastronomy of the island of Anguilla consists essentially of very fresh fish and lobsters, while international cuisine of the highest level is offered in hotels and luxury hotels. The official language is English, the local currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (ECD). For shopping, the typical and cheap souvenirs are shells, wooden objects, pottery, rag dolls and hand-embroidered tablecloths.