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Antigua is perched right where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic, uniting in a magnificent natural phenomenon called Devil’s Bridge. A limestone arch formation has been sculpted by the crashing of the two seas, carving a natural bridge that has taken millions of years to form. Around the bridge are several natural blowholes and geysers, and nearby there is a popular swimming spot where the reef acts as a natural breakwater. It's a wonderful natural sight to see, with beautiful views and stunning photo opportunities. We advise not to swim at Devil's Bridge or walk on it as it can get very slippery.

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Devil’s Bridge

Antigua is perched right where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic, uniting in a magnificent natural phenomenon called Devil’s Bridge. A limestone arch formation has been sculpted by the crashing of the two seas, carving a natural bridge that has taken millions of years to form. Around the bridge are several natural blowholes and geysers, and nearby there is a popular swimming spot where the reef acts as a natural breakwater. It's a wonderful natural sight to see, with beautiful views and stunning photo opportunities. We advise not to swim at Devil's Bridge or walk on it as it can get very slippery.