Go on a road trip to the southern part of Aruba and encounter treasures on your way, like the quaint Lourdes Grotto.
The population of Aruba is predominantly Catholic, a fact that can be seen by observing the number of Catholic churches and this unique Roman Catholic shrine that was built into the rocks.
The Lourdes Grotto, named in commemoration of the famous French religious landmark, was created under the guidance of a priest named "Erkamp" and parishioners in the year 1958. The grotto, a shrine built into the rocks is located in Seroe Preto, just off the main road to San Nicolas.
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