Devil's Bridge, Antigua © Robert Pittman
On the eastern corner of the island lies another natural phenomenon; Devil's Bridge. This natural arch is surrounded by rugged terrain, with imposing cliffs, several powerful blowholes which shoot up water when the tide is right, and spectacular spray from the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. The bridge itself is actually quite small, but the views are stunning. Swimming at the bridge itself is not allowed, but there is a popular swimming spot nearby at Long Cove, where an offshore reef shelters the beach making the water calm.