When you think of a beach in Curaçao you will imagine the azure blue sea, white beaches, palm trees and the warm sun. Enjoy the 27 most popular beaches of Curaçao that are mainly distributed throughout the South West of the island. Check out which facilities they offer, were the beach is and the what entrance costs.
In the western part of the island, you can find Playa Kalki. Also known as 'Alice in Wonderland'. A beach which is very popular umoung divers and snorkelers, because of its beautiful underwater world.
The palmtrees and the nice and quit surroundings make a pleasant atmsophere on the beach.
The beach is bordered with a floating rope and a floating raft. Playa Kalki is accessible by a steep staircase directly from the parking area and a small snack bar and dive shop.
Zest Beach is located at Jan Thiel Beach. Between Zanzibar Beach and Papagayo Beach. You can rent a sun bed for $ 6,- or a cabana beachbed for $20,- incl. two towels and a bottle of water. The entrance to the beach costs $ 3,- per person.
Zest Beach is a trendy beach which belongs to Zest Mediterranean. They serve delicious food and drinks. No need to get dressed and go to the restaurant, Zest Beach cafe has service on the beach.
On Jan Thiel Beach is also a diving school and a Beach Spa where a you can enjoy delicious manicure, pedicure or a massage.
Zanzibar Beach is located at Jan Thiel Beach. Zanzibar is partly built and partly natural beach.
It is a popular beach among tourists and Dutch locals and is during the week and in the weekends always very busy. It is possible to rent a sun bed or a lounge bed from $ 3,- and entrance to the beach costs also $ 3,- per person.
Zanzibar Beach is a charming and very cozy beach with private facilities including service on the beach, showers and toilets, a restaurant and a cozy bar. On the beach is Zapata Flyboard Caribbean, were you can practrice the fun watersport flyboarding.
Wet & Wild is a cozy Beach were you can order your cold drink and a tasty snack at the bar! And in the weekend Wet & Wild Beach Club guarantees a fun night out!
The bay is separated by rocks of the Caribbean Sea causing you to make a delicious, peaceful and refreshing dive.
Boca Sami is the St. Michiels Bay. This beach is a wonderful location to snorkel or dive, and many fishing boats come here for their daily catch.
The beach is not a beach where people come to sunbathe, but there are facilities such as a bar / restaurant, showers and toilets. There is also a diving school which is located at St. Michiel Bay, diving Wederfoort.
Santa Cruz is an idyllic sandy beach with a few palapas and picnic tables. The area of Santa Cruz is characterized in particular by beautiful hills, making Santa Cruz almost an isolated beach.
The beach also houses “Captain Good Life” which shows you (against small fee) the special 'Blue Room' and sails you around in that perfect snorkelspot.
The three beaches of San Juan are beautiful beaches where you can enjoy the ultimate peace. The road to the beaches, Playa Shon Mosa, Mansaliña Playa and Playa Largu are bumpy what makes it difficult to access by car.
Therefore, the beaches are usually not very crowded and the chances are high that no one is on the beach. However there are many divers who come and look at the vibrant underwater life!
On the beaches of San Juan beside the bins there are no facilities and access is only $ 3,- by car.
Playa Portomari is a long white sand beach with its own restaurant / bar and water sports facilities.
Playa Portomari is also known for the beautiful reef which is located nearby the coast. You can book a divelesson of rent dive materials at the local divecenter.
Every day there are dozens of people who come enjoy the beach from 09:30AM to 06:30PM. It is a popular family beach because of all the facilities. You can rent sunbeds for $ 3,-. And there is plenty of shade created by the many palapas.
Playa Piskado is not the best beach to unwind and relax in the sun. This beach is in fact berth of many fishing boats.
The beach is a famous snorkel / dive location. Playa Piskado is towards West Point and is reachable by a road between the manchineel trees (NOTE: do not touch these trees or use it as shelter from the rain) and does not have its own facilities.
This small and particularly beautiful beach is hidden between high cliffs is very popular for its underwater world and local hospitality. The sand is soft and white and the sea is beautiful blue and clear.
Some facilities are available and admission is free.
It is also a beach where many fishing boats come to water. On top of the cliff is a restaurant where you can enjoy a little snack.
This small white beach is located towards West Point. The beach is not crowded and so lovely to lie quietly in the sun, to make a snorkel or dive.
The azure blue sea at Playa Jeremi is doted with its vivid underwater world. The beach does not have its own facilities and does not have much shade.
At the most western point of the island you can find Playa Forti. It is a small pebbled beach where it is always fairly quiet.
The beach offers facilities such as parasols, a snack bar and restrooms. The beautiful underwater world offers a good snorkling spot.
The well known cliff at Playa Forti is near the snack bar. Many people have jumped off the cliff. This jump is at your own risk!