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    Fringing turquoise Caribbean waters, Aruba’s beaches include wide shaded expanses, quiet retreats, and busy sunbathing and water sports meccas. Much of the seven-mile strip along the west coast is lined with resorts and packed with activity. Beach goers relax on their comfortable lounges while swimming, snorkeling, kite surfing, water skiing, tubing, para-sailing, stand up paddle-boarding, and all kinds of wet ‘n wild water sportsin Aruba are just steps away.

    In contrast, the beaches in Aruba along the windward coast are in more secluded and undeveloped areas. There are coves carved out of limestone, inlets formed by pounding waves, unique natural phenomena and craggy desert terrain. Because of strong undertow and crashing waves, swimming here is not recommended. Both coasts afford spectacular Caribbean views. All Aruban beaches are open to the public.

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