Curacao is known for its pristine beaches, colonial architecture, and beautiful coral reefs. It's part of the Lesser Antilles, a group of islands in the southern Caribbean Sea. The 444-sq-km island has around 35 stretches of sand, most of which line its southwest coast. Blue Bay is a pretty crevice on Curacao’s western shoreline, where it forms a horseshoe-like curve between sea-facing villas.

    The island’s colonial past lives on in Willemstad, where you can explore pastel-coloured mansions and notable landmarks, including the Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue and Queen Wilhelmina Park. Punda dates back to the 17th century, making it the city’s oldest district. It sits adjacent to Fort Amsterdam, on the south side of Queen Emma Bridge. If you’re looking for a place to sunbathe, Jan Thiel Beach and Mambo Beach are just a 15-minute drive south of Willemstad.

    What to see & do in Curaçao

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    Things to do in Curacao go far beyond endless stretches of white-sand beaches with turquoise Caribbean waters and include museums, outdoor adventures, snorkelling and scuba diving, and live entertainment. You can go swimming with sharks and dolphins, dive a shipwreck, take an quad bike tour of the island, or see real-life plantations. The island is rich with landmarks and historic sites, and the kids will love a visit... อ่านเพิ่มเติม

    Where to shop & what to buy in Curaçao

    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Curacao

      The best places to go shopping in Curacao include top-notch malls, art galleries and independent boutiques where you can take a break from the tropical warmth. While many come to this island for its idyllic beaches and historic towns, it’s also a great place for a shopping trip in the Caribbean. The capital of Willemstad is where you’ll find...


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