Welcome to Aruba
Aruba is a small slice of paradise in the Caribbean and is one of the best islands in the region. This happy island welcomes visitors with open arms and an endless amount of experiences. So whether you are looking for a peaceful getaway on sandy white beaches or a more exciting visit with cultural and immersive adventures, this Dutch island nation has you covered. The island is filled with various restaurants and cuisine options to suit any traveler. From budget-friendly ‘mom and pop’ restaurants to high-end mouthwatering dishes, it’s hard to go hungry in Aruba.
Where to Eat
The Top Neighborhoods
The capital city of the Dutch island of Aruba, Oranjestad, is also the largest city. Visitors can find a busy nightlife scene with abundant restaurants, clubs, bars, and casinos. There are also tourist attractions here like Fort Zoutman, the oldest building.
Noord stands for “North” and is at the island’s northern tip. It is both a town and a region in Aruba. Here visitors will find both low-rise and higher-rise hotels, but there are also beaches, lighthouses, and other sights to visit.
Palm Beach is a two-mile strip on the northern coast of Aruba known for luxury hotels and water sports. Nearby streets are lined with bars and restaurants, and the Bubali Bird Sanctuary is nearby. Visitors will appreciate the calm waters and beautiful scenery.
Eagle Beach is both a beach and a neighborhood of Oranjestad. Known as the most expansive beach in Aruba, it is also rated one of the best beaches in the world. Eagle Beach is known for its soft white sands.