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Hadicurari Beach, known for its picturesque Fisherman's Huts that dot the beach, is probably Aruba's most popular spot for windsurfing – in fact, it's actually the site of the annual Hi-Winds Pro-Am... Read More
Hadicurari Beach, known for its picturesque Fisherman's Huts that dot the beach, is probably Aruba's most popular spot for windsurfing – in fact, it's actually the site of the annual Hi-Winds Pro-Am Windsurfing Competition. Just up the street is the so-called "Windsurfing Village," the center of the universe for many windsurfers. The water at Hadicurari is shallow, the winds are strong, the waves are gentle and equipment, lessons and local experts are all readily available. Hadicurari is accessible by bus or car, with plenty of parking and exciting possibilities. Whether it's surfing, swimming, sailing, snorkeling or simply sunning, Hadicurari is worth a splash.
- Beaches: "Hadicurari is also a seafood restaurant and a fisheries center which aims to promote local fisheries traditions and the well being of Aruba's fishermen."
- Best for Beaches Because: Hadicurari Beach was once home to the island's fishermen, and is now a popular spot for surfing enthusiasts, sporting events and tournaments throughout the year.