Curacao It is located on the margins of the so-called hurricane belt, 35 miles to the north of Venezuela Y 42 miles east of Aruba. It is the largest of the islands of the Netherlands Antilles (approximately 171 square miles). Curaçao is characterized by its mix of influences: European, African, and even Latin American.
Gentle winds help keep you warm at all times and temperatures are generally quite high. There you can practice, above all, watersports, including visits to the reefs where the diving and they are a mandatory stop for fans around the world. In total you can find 38 beaches with long stretches of silky sand, most consisting of small coves suitable for the best pictures you can imagine.
The great city of Willemstad It is the capital of the island. Its historical center and the natural port (Schottegat) show a unique environment that has made it include in the World Heritage List. You will enjoy their ranks of painted houses that allow you to imagine that you are looking through a kaleidoscope because of the liveliness of the environment.
Today, Curaçao's population is made up of a total of almost 60 nationalities who speak endless languages. Although the Dutch is the official language, the Papiamento is the vernacular language of all the Netherlands Antilles and the preferred option for communication between neighbors. English and Spanish are also widely spoken. The island, like its Dutch settlers, is known for its religious toleranceAnd tourists are always welcome.