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From our dry desert to our Dutch-colonial capital, every part of Aruba sets us apart from any other Caribbean island.
To venture to each region is to experience everything that makes Aruba such a unique and diverse Caribbean island. To discover and delight in natural wonders around every corner.
Whether it’s the glamour and resorts of Palm Beach, the activity of Oranjestad, the charm and local culture in San Nicolas, or the tranquil beaches and inlets of our southern coasts, every square mile of Aruba is a treasure waiting to be uncovered.
The towns in Aruba are hubs of Aruban cultural enrichment. Get to know what makes the different towns in Aruba so unique!
Oranjestad is a unique blend of old and new that lends a distinctive charm to Aruba’s capital.
San Nicolas offers iconic beaches and island charm far removed from the glitz and glam of the Palm Beach resorts.
There is perhaps no district on the island with a better symphonic mix of all things Aruba than Noord.
One of Aruba’s trunk roads, Route 4, runs through the centrally located district of Santa Cruz.
One of the smaller districts on the island is Paradera, home to three of Aruba’s iconic landscapes.