Eagle Beach was voted the #1 Caribbean beach by a USA Today survey of travel writers, travel agents, and frequent travelers. Its immaculate sand stretches for miles, making long, leisurely walks an ideal activity. Eagle Beach offers a clear, sparkling Caribbean, ample parking, shaded pinic areas, some huts, and a variety of motorized water sports, READ MORE
At Aruba's southern end, famous Baby Beach wraps around a shallow and remarkably calm lagoon, making it a prime destination for families with small children. Swimmers can wade out for a long distance and still touch the sea bottom. Baby Beach is also a great location for snorkeling in Aruba. READ MORE
Several High-rise Hotels preside over Palm Beach, home to a variety of diving and watersports operators, piers, restaurants, beach bars, and of course, a throng of majestic palm trees. The sea is usually quite calm here-perfect for swimming, sailing, or just floating-while the sunsets are spectacular, best enjoyed while cruising on a catamaran or dining barefoot on the beach. READ MORE
Far north along Aruba's wester coastline, Arash is touted for its crystal-blue water, sugary white sand, well-kept public palapas, and picturesque view of the California Lighthouse. The sea is typically calm at Arashi, but the occasional change in weather brings in a decent swell, prompting local surfers to flock to the break just north of the main beach. A nearby coral reef offers ideal snorkeling opportunities. READ MORE
Druif Beach, a long, narrow oval-shaped strech of pristine sand, connects to Eagle Beach. Tranquil waters and soft, white sand make it an ideal beach for lounging, strolling, and swimming. along with Eagle Beach, it's also a popular nesting spot for sea turtles. READ MORE