HERE ARE THE
MUST VISIT Beaches
To explore in ARUBA
Aruba is virtually created for beach days, with so many gorgeous stretches of sand and quiet, unspoiled coves that are all open to the public.
Aruba guards its beaches and reefs fiercely. Single-use plastics that end up in the ocean are banned, as is sunscreen with oxybenzone, which damages coral.
Eagle Beach is a perfect place for lengthy, romantic walks. It has a mile of silky white sand and azure waves, flanked by Aruba's iconic fofoti trees.
Even though it is legally part of Eagle Beach, it is more commonly known as Manchebo, after the low-rise resort of the same name that occupied the site for over 50 years.
Druif Beach is separated from Eagle Beach by the Punto Brabo peninsula. It's also known as Divi Beach, after the nearby resort.
Aruba's busiest beach lacks privacy but has practically everything else. More than two miles of calm surf are surrounded with restaurants, bars, chair rentals, and water-sport outfitters.
Surfside Beach is a short drive from Oranjestad, the Aruban city, and the airport. The paved Linear Park allows joggers and bikers to approach the shore.
So, Grab your reusable water bottle and your adventurous spirit and head to Aruba's plethora of beaches for some beach time.
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