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Jeremi is a small, natural and quiet beach compared to other beaches in Curacao, yet it is a sea glass mine! If you are a fan of sea glass, you must go there, we went mad! We had great time, although it was raining :)...More
Stopped here in our rental car while exploring the island. The beach is a bit rocky and is enclosed by rocky cliffs. The water is beautiful and you can see some fish here. It wasn't crowded, probably because there is no restaurant or beach chairs...More
Playa Jeremi is situated between Knip and West Point. It is a small cove beach with stones and brown sand. The beach has no facilities but the government does provide for a security guard for the parking lot. Swimming is good as is snorkelling. The...More
I LOVE collecting sea glass and this was the perfect place to do it. My husband always teases me how their are all these beautiful shells and I go from broken glass.
The boca itself is pretty small which I liked too- I would not...More
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The only way to travel there is by car. The cruise ship docks at the Renaissance hotel. There is a Budget rent a car located 2nd floor in the business center. Book a car and pick up there. Cost $50 a day. Get a good... More
The only way to travel there is by car. The cruise ship docks at the Renaissance hotel. There is a Budget rent a car located 2nd floor in the business center. Book a car and pick up there. Cost $50 a day. Get a good map. There are only 2 main roads West End so if you take the wrong one it loops. SHEKINAH in the lobby is a concierge for the hotel and helpful. Or... Google map before you go, and print. There are blue signs posted on roads.