Aruba beaches offer beautiful white sand and palm trees! Perfect for your Aruba vacation!
Here you will learn more about the best beaches in Aruba but first, here is a little bit about this wonderful Caribbean Island!
Located off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is a small Caribbean Island only 32km. (20 miles) long and a maximum of 10km (6 miles) at its widest point! It is a total of 18,000 Hectares or 70 square miles!
Aruba weather is as perfect as one can possibly imagine! Why not learn more about the weather and more by watching the video!
Temperatures range from a low of 24 C (75 F) in January to 34 C (92 F) in August! Very stable indeed!
Aruba's low precipitation rate practically guarantees some of the best weather you could ask for! Its location just south of the hurricane belt makes it rare to be effected by a hurricane.
Planning a destination wedding and worried about the weather?
You may want to consider Aruba!
A stable government, friendly, tourist focused economy, beautiful beaches will keep you going back!
A friendly island where their travel slogan is "90,000 friends you haven't met yet"! Aruba offers all very popular all inclusive vacations! The friendly staff at these Aruba hotels and resorts are waiting to make your Aruba beach vacation one that you will not forget!
• Aruba Beaches •
Aruba beaches are the main attraction of this beautiful Caribbean Island! Warmed by the tropical sun yet cooled by its trade winds, Aruba beaches soothe and refresh the soul! All beaches are public and have a variety of landscapes. The west coast is where the calmer, sandy beaches are.
Luxury Hotels and resorts cater to tourists seeking to feel their feet sink into the fine, white, manicured beaches!
Visit these individual Aruba beaches on our website by clicking each link!
The Eastern coast is definitely more rugged. This windy part of the Aruba is chiseled from the fierce waves that batter its shores. The smaller beaches which may be found along this coast give solitude, tranquility. Its coves nestled amongst the inlets will give you spectacular arid landscapes. Since this paradise island is small it will be worth it to rent a car and come and visit the wilder side of Aruba!
• Please Note •
With the exception of Baby Beach, swimming is not recommended on this side of the island. Strong undertows and waves will endanger the most experienced swimmer!
• Photo Credits •
Eagle Beach, Day at the beach: Fenny en Patrick's Reispagina
Aruba Tourism Video: Aruba Tourism
Palm Beach photo: credit to Julien Calamote
Divi Divi Tree photo: credit to jake ranucci
Eagle Beach photo: credit to www.bortabra.se
Mother and baby at Baby Beach: Sam and Deirdre
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