The beaches are some of the most gorgeous in the world, but even the biggest, widest, whitest stretches of sand never seem to attract many people, and those tucked away in secluded coves can make you feel like you've found a private paradise. When the appeal of seclusion has run its course, reemerge to dine with the locals on barbecued chicken, ribs, and lobster, or sign up for a cooking class to learn Anguilla's culinary secrets. Thrilling music festivals like Bankie Banx's Moonsplash keep the sleepy island rocking all night long.