The hotel offers a complimentary ferry service during the day to Nelson's Dockyard and English Harbour. Just 75 feet offshore is a small reef which you can explore.

Roxy’s Beach Bar & Grill
The perfect place to kick back in the shade and soak up the fun and informal ambience. Among the menu’s delectable comestibles are a smoked salmon plate, Roxy’s Nachos, a variety of salads, Angus beef burgers, jerk chicken, lobster avocado wrap, grilled veg and goat’s cheese pita sandwich, and linguini clams in white wine sauce, to name a few. Choose from a host of cocktails including traditional favourites of mojitos, mimosas, frozen margaritas, cosmopolitans and Long Island Iced Tea. Or tingle your tastebuds with an old fashioned rum punch, or Roxy’s Mojito infused with a splash of Prosecco for some extra pizzazz. Roxy’s is open for lunch every day except Tuesday and for dinner on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Dinner is by prior reservation. Call 726-6899.

A short hike to the left of the bay around the point will take you to the Pillars of Hercules. The Pillars stand at the end of Charlotte Point guarding the entrance to Freeman's Bay and English Harbour. These are natural geological rock formations carved by wind, rain and the sea. Unfortunately they can only really be appreciated when viewed from the sea.

 If you love to walk, there are two trails accessed from the road leading into the Galleon Beach Resort - The Jones Valley Trail and the Lookout Trail. Taking either trail will take you up to points along the road to Shirley Heights lookout, and for an alternative walk down, the Carpenters Rock Trail takes you down the other side of the road and out over the ocean with stunning views of the coast line.

Enjoy golden sands & calm waters

With a quarter-mile stretch of golden sand with calm waters and good snorkelling reef 75ft offshore, Galleon Beach is situated at Freeman's Bay in English Harbour on the southern tip of Antigua in the heart of the National Park.

The surrounding area is a beautiful blend of white sandy beaches, rolling hills, tropical vegetation, marine life, nautical atmosphere and historical sites.