Oranjestad, the capital of Aruba island, is a picturesqe place, with pastel colour buildings of colonial architecture.
Just 30 km long and 10 km wide, Aruba is a sunny island almost all over the year. Here there are the most incredible beaches in the world. It's better to explore Aruba on foot, walking along the streets with palm trees, of the capital Oratzestant.This city is full of life, and has the charm of a Dutch colony, pastel colored houses, the castle and a wonderful market.
Codrington is in the country of Antigua and Barbuda; it is a town on the island of Barbuda. John Christopher Codrington and his brother founded Codrington in 1685, it is the main residential city on the island. Colonel Christopher Codrington (1640 – 1698) was a colonial administrator and English plantation owner. Him and his brother built a castle which dominated the town but was damaged by an earthquake in 1843 and now a small trace of it remains, the town in 2001 had a population of about 900. The first rebellion of slaves happened in Codrington in 1741, due to "cruel and tyrannical» behavior of manager Thomas Beach. Hurricane Irma in 2017 destroyed the island, which was evacuated, but most of the people have now returned. The population of Codrington was 1,252 in 1991.
Located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, the historical city of Cartagena is almost entirely surrounded by lagoons and bays, while still surrounded by fortifications of 17th century that were protecting the gold and treasures with destination to Spain. The many squares will offer a shady retreat as you explore the streets that cross a colonial baroque architecture.
Willemstad is one of the most picturesque cities in Caribbean. Its traditional heritage is visible even from the entrance of the harbor, where colorful buildings with triangular roof of Dutch type are lined along the coast. Visit the wonderful "Curacao Sea Aquarium", that hosts over 400 exotic species of marine life.
Iles Des Saintes, Gouadeloupe
A miniature volcanic archipelago made up of seven idyllic islands, only two of which are inhabited, Îles des Saintes (commonly known as Les Saintes) is one of Guadeloupe's crown jewels. This reef-hugged set of isles offers French sophistication mixed with a funky, laid-back Caribbean lifestyle. Εnjoy the white-sand beaches, sailing, and snorkeling in the bay or head up to Fort Napoleon Make sure to dine at one of the French and Creole bistros along the water, and to try a local tourment d’amour—a crusty-edged, soft-centered tart flavored with guava, pineapple, or coconut.
Miami, Florida, USA
World-famous beaches, exceptional nightlife, unique culinary experiences and Latin atmosphere, are all those that make this city so fascinating. Miami Beach is one of the most popular attractions of the city with wide sandy beaches, warm waters and a great variety of water sports. A tour to the famous Art Deco district of the South Beach is also a unique experience.
San Juan (Puerto Rico)
San Juan is the second oldest city in North and South America. The houses in pastel colors, balconies with wrought iron, squares with rows of statues and blue narrow cobbled streets are a conspicuous contrast to this noisy, modern,full of energy city . Although the city is busy all day long, the old San Juan, really comes alive at night when the restaurants, pubs and cafes on the sidewalks are flooded with people of all ages enjoying the fantastic scenery of the island.
Santa Marta, Colombia
Santa Marta, the coastal jewel of Colombia is more than a tropical paradise. Besides beaches with white sand and surf, is a unique place due to Sierra Nevada mountain range, which rises above it. It is the oldest city in the country with many architectural treasures. Outstanding attractions are the Cathedral Santa Marta, the ruins of Boda and the forts of San Fernando.
Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Kingstown is the capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is a large city and the commercial centre of the area. It is a popular tourist attraction due to its amazing arches, historical churches and beautiful stone buildings. Do not miss to visit the Botanic Gardens where you can take spectacular views of tropical plants, trees and birds. Nature lovers, scuba divers and hikers will adore this place. Kingstown is, also, known as the site for many of the scenes from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean.
Εntering the port you will see this picturesque island of South Caribbean and the fortress of the 18th century, the impressive Fort King George, which now houses the Archaeological Museum. You can do scuba diving and explore sunken ships in the area.