Aruba – “Aruba has some of the loveliest beaches anywhere,” observes Matthew Smillie, proprietor of the Aruba beach rental company Aruba Villa Vacation Rentals. “However, each beach has a unique character. Whether you want for excitement, water sports, snorkeling, or relaxation, there’s a beach for you.”
Arashi Beach: A large beach with soothing surf and a sandy surface, Arashi is a terrific locale for a swim or a picturesque place for sunbathing. It also provides great snorkeling – visibility is up to 150 feet underwater on an average day. “It’s unusual in that it’s isolated compared to other Aruban beaches – approximately 15 minutes from the closest hotels,” notes Smillie, an Aruba accommodations specialist.
Malmok Beach: Rocky even near the shore, this beach has some terrific snorkeling since rocks can shelter captivating sea creatures. “You can see a lot even in the shallows,” relates Aruba villa rental expert Smillie. “While you’re snorkeling, you can view staghorn and brain coral, groups of squid, and a shipwreck.” Beautiful homes line the beach and it has a constant breeze for windsurfers.
Eagle Beach: With many of Aruba’s best hotels and condos, this beach has lovely, fine sand and calm water. One rocky outcropping at the beach’s edge houses a flock of green parakeets. It’s also one of the Aruba’s widest beaches.
Palm Beach: This is often seen as Aruba’s most “fun beach.” “Also one of the longest beaches on the island, Palm offers lots of high rise hotels opening onto the beach with beautiful waterfalls and gardens,” points out Smillie, an Aruba villa expert. “Visitors have lots of choices for places to eat or get a cool drink – and there are several places to rent water sports equipment or take classes.” This is the beach for being in the center of the action. Weekends, however, can be crowded.
The California Lighthouse: At Aruba’s northwestern end, visitors can see the 98-foot stone California lighthouse named for a U.S. ship that wrecked off the coast two years prior to the lighthouse’s construction in 1910. An Aruban landmark, the California is the place to go for viewing beautiful beaches, sand dunes, and rocky coastlines – especially near sunset. A picturesque Italian restaurant is housed in the former lighthouse keeper’s house.
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