Devil's Bridge, Saint Philip Parish

#2 of 10 in Nature in Antigua and Barbuda
Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
See an unusual geological feature in a wild and remote area at Devil's Bridge. Carved by the sea, the natural arch shows the geological composition of the area, as water wore away the soft ledge of limestone and left only the hard layers. Several natural blowholes lie in the rock around the bridge, with the shoots of spraying water announcing the power of the Atlantic. With no land or offshore reefs between here and Europe, and strong trade winds, the sea is always violent--exercise caution. Plan a trip to Saint Philip Parish easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • Along the east of the island in a remote ruggid area. Reputed to be a suicide site used by desperate slaves from Africa that worked in the sugarcane fields  more »
  • This was my favorite place when I drove around to various sites on the island. The story I was told is that slaves would jump into rugged cliff and die because they wanted to be free. It points...  more »
  • Pretty neat place to explore while staying at Hammock Cove
  • Great views of the rough Atlantic Ocean. And I must see stop when doing a tour of the island.
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