Wow What a view! Enjoy this spacious three bedroom, three bath house with its’ breathtaking view of the Caribbean! Share easy conversation on the back veranda, which is constantly cooled by the trade winds. Have a refreshing beverage on your own front patio overlooking the Caribbean.
There is a larger beach tucked beyond a little stand of trees, complete with palm umbrellas to shelter you from some sun. 'Spanish Lagoon' is home to a wide variety of beautiful fish for the beginner as well as the snorkel and scuba enthusiast. It is the premier dive and snorkel site on the island. Take a stroll on the bank or pause at the concrete bench & table of the water’s edge right in front of your vacation paradise.
Aruba is a 52 week island. With less than 20 inches of rain a year, The weather is near perfect year round.
Your house will accommodate six privately or up to 9 with the daybed & Queen air mattress.
Welcome to our little piece of paradise. We came to this “happy island” in March 2006 for our honeymoon. We loved the weather, the food, and the people. We didn't want to leave. We drove 350 km during that visit, searching for a place to come back to again and again.
Spaans Lagoenweg 43 is that place. The open view from the back veranda, right through the great room, across the front lanai, beyond the beautiful gardens to our little stretch of beach and into the inviting lagoon. This three bedroom rancher is nestled in a small residential community. The neighbor folk are friendly and helpful, as we found all natives to be.
There is a larger beach tucked beyond a little stand of trees, complete with palm umbrellas to shelter you from some sun. The weather is fairly steady at 80 degrees with a constant trade wind. The lagoon is warm enough to just “walk right in”. It is like having a large shallow pool with no chlorine needed. There is a coral reef at the outer perimeter, home of many beautiful fish. A snorkel experience that you can walk to!
Directions: From Reina Beatrix International Airport, turn right and head south toward San Nicolas. After passing Balashi Brewery (Aruba’s native beer) turn right (4.5km). Go to end of T (.2 km) (in front of water desalination plant - WEB) and turn left. Follow signs to Marina Pirata (remember this restaurant/lounge. It’s very good and you will want to patronize it). The unfinished parking lot will empty onto Spaans Lagoenweg. #43 will be about 1 mile down on the left. There are no street names but after you pass Marina Pirata on the right, you will see a sign nailed to a tree (SPAANS LAGOENWEG). Look for a bright yellow house (about 6/10 km). The fence has green crossboards and white posts. There are a lot of trees and foliage in the front yard. The Sea is directly across the street.
Other Activities: horseback riding, exploring
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