We visited the beach just briefly but it looked very nice. The area is more residential and has some good hotels and restaurants.
Nothing really special but may worth a look. The floating market is in Punda where you can find fruits and fresh fish. It's a nice spot for pictures if you're into photography.
Don't leave the Siete Bocas areas without visiting Boca Pistol where the sea crashes into the rocks with a big splash
On the northeastern tip of the island visit this area named Siete Bocas which includes Boca Tabla. Visit in the morning on your way to some of the near beaches on the western side.
Large sand beach............giving you a view over the Spanish Water at Banda Ariba.
Topless and loud music and radio's are not permitted here.
Daaibooi is a quit beach !
Not so many people and from the beach you can go immediately into the water for scubadiving.
Down on the beach at Boka Wandomi many visitors have left their marks by artfully placing rocks in the black sand beach or on the tops of huge boulders to form their names or messages to lovers.
Near the floating market on Plaza Jo Jo Correa there is a small open air market selling local crafts.
A interesting place with a lot of sea animals and a boat with windows under the waterlevel brings the fauna of the sea close to you
If you travel with children you can go to the aquarium, there you will find a good place to contact the marine life very close.
As you see on this pictures, it looks very different from all pictures in travelbooks.
Port Marie...most beautifull beach in Curacao, ...not in nov. 1999.
More views of the imaginative "sculpture" near the pier area. In the background you can see more of the "Punda" side of Willemstad.
Visit the Floated market
It's just something you must have seen!