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Anguilla starts off 2015 with hotel & restaurant openings, new industry developments

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ANGUILLA, BWI – Anguilla anticipates a robust 2015 winter season by enticing travelers to experience not only its 33 pristine, powder-white beaches, but also a range of new additions for the season.

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ANGUILLA, BWI – Anguilla anticipates a robust 2015 winter season by enticing travelers to experience not only its 33 pristine, powder-white beaches, but also a range of new additions for the season. The re-opening of the famed Malliouhana Resort & Spa has placed Anguilla in the forefront of the global conversation, while 2015 will bring more exciting tourism development news. Special offers by various hotels, resorts, villas and restaurants on island, as well as intriguing, authentic events all create great reasons to choose Anguilla for that special winter getaway.

Upcoming Events

Moonsplash Music Festival, Festival del Mar and The Anguilla Lit Fest: A Literary Jollification offer three great reason for visitors to come to the island and experience “Tranquility Wrapped in Blue.”

The 25th Annual Moonsplash Music Festival will take place March 27-29 under the full moon on gorgeous Rendezvous Bay. Hosted by local musical legend Bankie Banx at The Dune Preserve, it is the longest running independent music festival in the Eastern Caribbean and highlights some of the biggest names in reggae and popular emerging talent.

The following weekend, Easter weekend, April 4-5, is the 7th Annual Festival del Mar. An epicurean celebration of all things from the sea, it is hosted in the picturesque fishing village of Island Harbour and features a multiplicity of seaside activities, including fishing competitions, culinary competitions, swimming races, crab races, and of course, Anguilla’s National Sport and beloved pastime, boatracing.

Now is also a great time to plan to be a part of the Caribbean’s smartest festival – the 2015 Anguilla Lit Fest: A Literary Jollification. Set against the backdrop of Anguilla’s tranquil ambience and stunning beaches, join readers, writers and thinkers for three invigorating days of inspiring workshops, illuminating seminars, dynamic presentations and invaluable networking opportunities with award-winning authors and poets, celebrity writers and noted publishers. The festival takes place May 21-24 on the grounds of the Paradise Cove Resort.

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