Historic Redcliffe Quay is one of the oldest parts of town, dating back as the 17th centuries. Those days the waterfront was very busy for business an trading centre of the caribbean.
Today you Redcliffe Quay you can
Overlooking the harbour of St. John’s, Historic Redcliffe Quay is one of the oldest parts of the town, dating back as far as the 17th & 18th centuries. In those days it was a busy waterfront docking area, widely regarded as the business and trading centre of the Caribbean. It was the main trading place for Slaves, Rum, Sugar and Coffee between Antigua, Europe and Africa.
Today it is a peaceful and shady oasis overlooking the sea and the ideal place to rest from the heat and activity of St. John’s. You can watch the yachts and boats coming and going into the harbour or stand in awe of the huge cruise ships that visit the island frequently in the season.