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Nights Publications

Publisher of lifestyle and travel magazines for Aruba, Curaçao, and St. Maarten / St. Martin

Beaches

Baby Beach

A gorgeous half-moon bay with white sands, set in an idyllic lagoon protected by rocky breakwaters, has made Baby Beach a family favorite. Swimmers can wade out for a long distance and still touch the sea bottom.

Boca Andicuri

Sheltered between clusters of rocks, this dramatic, sandy cove is a world of its own on Aruba’s windward coast. Bring a picnic and a blanket to enjoy the spectacle of crashing waves on the rugged shoreline.

Boca Catalina

Both tourists and local families love hanging out in this small, secluded bay. Boca Catalina is popular for its clear, calm, and shallow waters, as well as its nearby reef, teeming with tropical fish.

Boca Grandi Beach

Extreme sports enthusiasts rave about the steady winds, strong currents, and powerful waves that challenge advanced windsurfers and kitesurfers.

De Palm Island

As an all-inclusive destination De Palm Island is ideal for families wanting a day of fun and adventure, or a couple seeking some quiet recreation.

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