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Where to stay around Curaçao?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 578 vacation rentals near Curaçao. From 237 apartments to 184 villas, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Curaçao for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

So much to see in colorful Curacao

With countless cultures, pristine beaches, expansive coral reefs and a nod from UNESCO for its candy-colored capital of Willemstad, there are plenty of reasons to head to the beautiful island of Curacao. Whether visiting with family, friends or both, Curacao vacation rentals serve up the ideal spot to call home during your stay, and whether you're planning lazy days relaxing on the sand or something a little more energetic, you'll find the island's size means its selection of delights are on your doorstep.

Exploring Curacao's capital city

Put your best foot forward on a walking tour of Willemstad, arguably the best way to discover the charm of the country's capital. Star turns in the city include the 17th-century Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue, the oldest surviving synagogue in the Americas, and a lively floating market, where brightly-colored boats brimming with colorful Venezuelan produce bob along the banks of Waaigat Bay. After a busy day sightseeing, evenings are best spent in one of the capital's many upmarket bars, with a glass of the country's signature bright-blue liquor in hand.

Natural wonders in Curacao

While Curacao vacation rentals in the capital are close to fascinating spots such as the Kura Hulanda Museum and the colorful murals of the Otrobanda neighborhood, attractions elsewhere on the island are often of the natural variety. Nowhere is this more apparent than at Christoffelpark. The largest of the island's national parks, Christoffelpark boasts 8 scenic trails, with birdwatching excursions and safaris among the many activities available to explorers. The smaller Shete Boka National Park on Curacao's northern tip features a volcanic landscape, dramatic coastline and large numbers of iguanas.

Curacao is an all-season getaway

For travelers hoping to enjoy a budget-friendly taste of the tropics, the island is widely considered one of the Caribbean's most affordable spots. As you might expect, rates for Curacao vacation rentals do rise a little during the peak winter season of December through April, but there are plenty of deals should you have a little flexibility about when you travel. The island's location, outside the hurricane belt, means the storm season often fails to have the same impact here as elsewhere in the Caribbean.

Hitting the beach in Curacao

Though it takes less than 2 hours to drive between Curacao's northern and southern tips, the island boasts a surprising number of beaches. Among the most famous is Playa Knip, although those looking for a particularly Instagram-worthy spot could do worse than head to the quirky Playa Lagun. Travelers keen to dive beneath the waves often include Porto Mari in their plans, while for those who have luxury on the agenda, a day pass to one of the island's resorts often comes complete with undisturbed access to a picturesque beach and swimming cove.