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Jumby Bay Living
Updated: Monday, October 15, 2018

The Caribbean islands offer so many options for renting or buying real estate that deciding on one location can be a daunting task. While it mostly depends on the visitor’s preferences for a Caribbean island getaway, all tastes seem to converge on the island of Jumby Bay. This 250+ acre island off the coast of Antigua brings big names like Paul McCartney, Mariah Carey, Hillary Swank, Jim Carey and Eddie Murphy because of its scenic vistas and tranquil atmosphere. So what sets Jumby Bay apart in the minds of most that could choose any of the thousands of islands in the Caribbean to visit or live?

The landscape of Jumby Bay consists of untouched foliage with wild flowers and intriguing wild life. The island’s coast has white sandy beaches that stretch beyond sight and clear blue waters that are warm year round. Jumby Bay has jutting peninsulas that significantly extend the amount of beachfront that’s available to explore.

Jumby Bay is perfectly located off the coast of a major Caribbean island (Antigua). This allows Jumby Bay to hold on to that tranquil seclusion that gives Caribbean islands their appeal. While being close enough to enjoy the culture, sights and sounds of Antigua. Jumby Bay’s privacy is paralleled by none. Resorts and homes have private beaches and often come with private patios, pools and outdoor furniture. The large amounts of available land allow waterfront homes to have spacious private beaches.

For those seeking the comfort and convenience of resort-style living the Jumby Bay Resort is world-renowned for its incredible residential features and generous amenities. Jumby Bay Resort goes beyond the typical Caribbean condo-resort style and offers residential units that are homes with their own pool, Jacuzzi and patio. They also come with great amenities like golf, day sailing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, tennis, private beach dinners and in-room dining.

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