RESTORED GEORGIAN BUILDINGS
Redcliffe Quay overlooks the harbour on one side, and is one of the oldest parts of St. John’s. The restored Georgian buildings are painted in a myriad of bright and vibrant colours. There is a yacht marina there now, but this was the main trading place for slaves, rum, sugar and coffee between Antigua, Europe and Africa.
The quayside has a variety of old dockside warehouses converted into shops selling gifts, pottery, paintings, and other locally made gifts, as well as clothes, shoes and accessories.
When you want a break there are numerous café’s and restaurants set in the courtyard with shade from awnings and palm trees.
A definite oasis of calm is such a busy city.
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