Veneto Beach is a private beach, never crowded and ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and even fishing. You can rent equipment on site at the dive shop and there are plenty of chairs and shade for everyone. Lunch or dine with your toes in the sand at the lovely bar and restaurant located on the beach.
For more information, visit www.venetocuracao.com
Sonesta Beach is a nice secluded beach with plenty of ‘palapas’ for tropical ambiance and lying in the shade. There’s a restaurant on site.
Pirate Bay is located at Piscadera Bay- a few miles west of Otrobanda. It’s a full-service beach with showers, bathrooms, a dive center and a family-friendly restaurant.
For more information, visit www.piratebaycuracao.com.
Take a swim or snorkel at Sta. Cruz Bay. A boat trip to the Blue room Cave is an unforgettable experience. For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/capt.goodlife.
Curaçao Beach Boulevard combines shopping, dining, entertainment and beaches. There is always something to see or do on this strip.
For more information, visit www.blvdcuracao.com.
These two gorgeous beaches are located near the town of Lagun and are amongst the most often photographed beaches on the island. Both are freely accessible to the public, however amenities may not always be available. We recommend taking plenty of snacks, drinks, a beach chair and a parasol.
Playa Jeremi is a small secluded beach with no amenities. We recommend taking plenty of snacks, drinks, a beach chair and a parasol.
Playa Lagun is a small sandy beach on a rectangular shaped bay with tall cliffs on each side. Both sides of the bay along the cliffs are teaming with a wide variety of marine life and corals, which makes it ideal for snorkeling. There is a dive shop and a restaurant located on the beach.