On the southeast corner of Antigua lies Mamora bay, which was formed over a ridge of rocks. There is an important Indian village here, which was discovered around 1960. The style of pottery found here is now known as the Mamora Bay style and has broad-lined marks on it, or a design that's supposed to be a frog. These designs are believed to date back to 900-1200 A.D.
Beaches/Bodies of Water