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Palm Beach

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Yarimar
Yarimar
March 25, 2018
You can find casinos, shopping malls, restaurants, piano bar, night clubs and more
Sher & Kim
Sher & Kim
November 16, 2019
Palm Beach passes by most of the island's high rise resort hotels. The calm tidal waters are ideal for family activities. Bright tropical fish swim through the clear blue water, so snorkelers will find plenty to observe. Wander up to the hotels; most of them have ocean-side gardens, little souvenir…
Natasha
Natasha
September 26, 2019
Lots to do at Palm Beach Aruba. Daytime its great for Palm Beach - night time it comes to life with many many restaurants to choose from with diverse menus and nightlife entertainment! Shopping is an option here too at local vendors or at Paseo Herencia Mall. Live Spanish Dancers perform outdoors…
Jerry & Jacquie
Jerry & Jacquie
August 1, 2019
Closes beach to the villa. Water sports, pier bars, shopping and lovely white sand beach. Perfect for happy hour and sunsets.
Ludwiska
Ludwiska
January 2, 2020
The most popular tourist spot at the high rise hotels on the Island.With a lot of watersport activities, some pier where you can have a drink, eat and dance Also you can book a catamaran trip and enjoy the beautiful sea, sun and fun on the south/western coast of Aruba
Comfort Rentals Aruba
Comfort Rentals Aruba
August 22, 2018
Palm Beach has palm trees, hotels, casinos, water sports concessions, piers, beach bars, restaurants and shops. Calm waters make this beach a comfortable haven for swimmers and snorkelers.
Belle Privé
Belle Privé
January 26, 2020
This neighbourhood is close the Belle Privé. Lots of our guest sunrise or sunset jogg/run/powerwalk. We invite you to beach plogging to help our planet 🌎 ♻️
Joost En Pauli
Joost En Pauli
April 29, 2019
Bij de grote hotels ligt Palm Beach. Alles wat je op de plaatjes altijd ziet, is hier. Veel watersporten, lekker een drankje drinken op de pier, zonnen op het strand en mensen kijken vanuit je luie stoel. Het ligt achter de hotels, maar vrij toegankelijk voor iedereen. Het strand op Aruba is van het…
Yolanda
Yolanda
January 20, 2020
Palm Beach is dotted by palm trees, hotels, casinos, water sports concessions, piers, beach bars, restaurants and shops. Calm waters make this beach a comfortable haven for swimmers and snorkelers.
Zolema
Zolema
September 22, 2019
Beach,beach,beach bring suntan,ice jug,some snacks 😍😍😍

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Natural Feature
“Eagle Beach is one of the top 10 beaches of the caribbean. The perfect place to get relaxed and disconnected from the real world. It is a public beach where umbrella and chair rentals are available. ”
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Point of Interest
“have not met a person that does not smile when seeing a butterfly, there are to many to count here. do a quick visit or hang out for a while and get a tour...”
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Lounge
“Good dancing every saturday with live band and Proffesional latin dance instructor”
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Natural Feature
“From Aruba.com’s website: "Try the local flavor of a hidden gem amongst the best beaches in Aruba: Rodger’s Beach, offering clear swimming water. Rodger’s Beach is a narrow powdery white strip close to famous Baby Beach, yet has a more authentic feel to it as fishermen anchor their colorful boats here, protected by the calm waters of the bay. During the week Rodger’s Beach is very quiet and perfect to read a book or indulge the crystal clear Caribbean; on weekends this Aruba beach is often populated by local families. If you want to stay away from the crowds you'll find on Palm Beach and Baby Beach, this is a great, quieter alternative. Adjacent to Rodger’s Beach is a local dive shop offering snorkel and dive gear rentals, a shower and a restaurant. If you want to explore the fun, bars and underwater world of Baby Beach you will get there in a minute's drive. Fun fact: Rodger's Beach was named after the British Captain Rodger, who opened Aruba's first oil refinery in San Nicolas, Aruba Lago Refinery in 1928. With captain Rodger at its helm, the refinery brought prosperity to Aruba. The refinery can be seen from Rodger's Beach."”
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Karibisches Restaurant
“Stunning place with amazing atmosphere and wine cellar. Make sure to make a reservation!”
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