What if you had the opportunity to explore tourist areas in the Netherlands? There would be no better exploration of Curacao or Curaçao, the largest island in the Netherlands Antilles. It consists of two groups of islands belonging to the Netherlands in the West Indies.
Explore the island of Curacao or Curaçao, the largest island in the Netherlands Antilles chain. It consists of two groups of islands belonging to the Netherlands in the West Indies. The island of Curacao covers an area of 444 km² and has a population of about 150,000. Willemstad, the island's largest city, is the capital of the Netherlands Antilles. Curaçao is an island of dry nature, flat land, warm climate all year round, beautiful breathtaking beaches, and charming towns. These features attract many tourists to the island. The majority of the island's population is black or of mixed black and white ancestry. There is an Arab community, mostly Lebanese and Syrian immigrants.
The first to explore the island of Curacao or Curaçao were the Spaniards at the end of the fifteenth century, but they stayed there for a short time, and then stopped exploring the island because of the lack of fresh water. The Dutch soon reached it, and since then it has been part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Now Curacao is an autonomous region within the Dutch society. The islanders had a choice: gain full independence or stay in the structure of the Dutch Federation. The people of Curacao chose the second track.
There are many tourist resorts on the southern coast of Curacao. Covering the beaches, the coral colonies themselves are very close to the coast. This lets you dive directly from the beaches of some hotels.
By the way, there are almost all inclusive hotels in Curacao resorts, the main type of hotel with breakfast. But the service at the resort hotels deserves all the praise, as well as the infrastructure of the resort areas. Dive lovers can dive into the southern part of the island with lots of fun moments: you can see an underwater coral forest or learn about exotic fish ..