12 Day Gems of the Leewards
Raise a glass to the holidays amid the inviting Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, a dazzling combination of wave-kissed beaches, yacht-strewn harbors, dramatic landscapes and a captivating dash of European sophistication.
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It is a capital city of Curacao. Dutch & Afro Caribbean cuisines are majorly served.
Carlisle Bay is best known for its calm turquoise waters making it the perfect place for swimming and scuba diving.
The town of Gustavia is close to Shell Beach. The shoreline is covered in millions of shells, as befits the name. It's a terrific location for a quick swim and extensive beach exploration. The Eden Rock resort divides St. Jean's two beaches, making it the ideal place for a leisurely promenade. After that, you can eat lunch while admiring the scenery at one of the many establishments along the glistening dunes. It's common to sunbathe without a to
Farmers markets, candy-colored buildings, and the remains of sugar plantations compete for visitors' attention in St. John's, Antigua's capital city, with a rainbow of coral reefs and sailing excursions. Before joining the throngs of cruisers on a Heritage Quay shopping tour, salute the white baroque spires of St. John's Cathedral that dominate the skyline. Visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, located in a 1750s colonial courtroom, to learn about the island's ancient traditions.
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