This is certainly one of the more isolated locations you're going to find on Curacao, but it might not be for too much longer as there are development plans for the not-too-distant future. So if you want to see it in all its natural glory, there's no better time than now. There are no facilities and no restaurants here, but there is a beautiful, pristine beach.
Positioned on the island of Curacao, You might want to drop by regardless of whether you're staying in the immediate vicinity. Vacationers who seek a stunning shoreline in a secluded part of town should check out Playa Jeremi, a pretty, but less popular part of the coast.
You'll need to take a car here, but there is a parking area just off the beach. On the scenic coastal road in between Lagun and Sabina Westpunt is where you'll find the paved entrance to Playa Jeremi.
Snorkeling and diving are popular in the calm waters of this bay on Curacao's western coast. The entire beach is surrounded by lush mangrove forests and features some really nice, cream colored sand. It can be a little rocky in spots, but you should still be fine without shoes. The waters just off shore are exceptionally clear and brilliantly blue, great for casual swimmers.
Unfortunately, you won't find any public restrooms along this coastline, which is something to consider if you're bringing the kids, or plan to spend all day outside. The water in the area is of good snorkeling quality, so bring along some gear if you're looking to see some exciting marine life.
If you tend to prefer coasts that bring visitors a quiet enclave, then a good choice for you is Playa Jeremi; it's tucked away within a less urban section of the region.
You'll find this beach on the North West coast of Curacao; the area is home to other attractions such as Landhuis Kenepa Plantation, which is pretty close, so visitors have the option to walk or to take a cab.
If you want to combine a little culture with your trip to the beach, you might want to consider visiting Tula Museum. This museum is located three quarters of a mile to the east-northeast, giving beachgoers the chance to escape that hot midday sunshine.
Beaches are a great attraction to visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following table includes the closest attractions.
|Landhuis Kenepa Plantation||Historical Site||0.7||ENE||Curacao|
is the closest town and is noted for its balance between seclusion and urbanization.
The crowdedness of the shoreline can vary widely, it depends mainly on when you visit, and how many hotel rooms have been booked nearby. There aren't many major hotels nearby, but it can appeal to guests from smaller accommodations in the area.
While the area surrounding Playa Jeremi isn't exactly a culinary hot spot, you'll still have some choices, especially if you are prepared to drive or bike a few miles. The closest places to grab a bite to eat is Landhuis Daniel, which is a delicious choice during or after a day at the beach.
The table below provides a list of nearby restaurants.
|Landhuis Daniel||(599-9) 864-8400||Creole, Dutch, French, Mediterranean||Informal||--||--|
|Kalki Beach Bar And Grill||(599-9) 839-3600||American||Very Casual||2.4 mi.||N|
|Jaanchi's Restaurant||(599-9) 864-0126||Caribbean||--||--||--|
Travelers who are looking for the ideal beach will have other options if Playa Jeremi doesn't suit their tastes.
If you like the ambiance at this beach, you might also like Playa Lagun, located just a short distance away. Tucked away in a concealed corner of Lagun's small village Playa Lagun is one of Curacao's beachfront hotspots. If you're on the lookout for more active and social, you might like Playa Kenepa. You'll find it three quarters of a mile to the north.
You may also enjoy Playa Santa Cruz, which is located two and a half miles away.
Curaçao has a lot to offer its visitors, but visiting Playa Jeremi or the other beautiful beaches in the area can make your time in Curaçao even more memorable.
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