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Rodgers Beach in Aruba.

Beaches & Coves

Best Beaches Aruba

From water sports hotspots lined with luxury resorts to secluded coves sandwiched by limestone cliffs, Aruba’s breathtaking variety of beaches offers something special for everyone.

You can dip your toes in the powdery-soft alabaster sand and sunshine of Eagle Beach, the third best beach in the world according to TripAdvisor; snorkel the delicate reefs and shallow waters of Mangel Halto; or, get away from the crowds and treat yourself to the quiet solitude of Baby Beach.

Turtle Nesting Season

Volunteers from Turtugaruba devote many hours watching over, protecting the nests and educating us during the season.

Beaches & Coves

One of the reasons why people keep coming back to Aruba is their love for our beautiful beaches, which are widely regarded as the best beaches in the Caribbean.

There is a good reason for so many visitors to Aruba deciding to stay at hotels on the beach; these beach resorts often have a great selection of seafront rooms, allowing you to walk onto your balcony and feel the fresh Caribbean Sea breeze.

But even if you choose not to stay at an Aruba beach resort, our beaches are easy to get to, accessible via public transport and open to the public, so you can visit any beach on the island!

The best beaches in Aruba are renowned for their pure, white sand, gorgeous turquoise waters and warm, but comfortable climate. Once you have experienced a day at one of Aruba’s beaches, you're sure to agree that the One happy island is home to the Caribbean's top beaches.

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