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Difference between north and south of town

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Difference between north and south of town

We are planning in renting a villa. Need more info on south and north part of town.

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1. Re: Difference between north and south of town

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2. Re: Difference between north and south of town

Personally, I prefer the north, at its most northerly inhabited part, it is still a lot easier and quicker to get to town than the southern area is. So, you are nearer to the shops to stock up on food and stuff, which is important if you are self-catering.

Whichever end you choose, I would recommend renting a car.

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3. Re: Difference between north and south of town

Depends on what you want to do. I f you plan on spending a lot of time in town, north is best. If you want to snorkel or dive, south is closer to where the best spots are.

It's a small island though, so either way you will be fine! the "other side" is equal distance from both (as you can get there on a road going down the middle of the island). Make usre you rent a car and go over - - - it's beautiful!

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