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Vom Sightseeing bis hin zu versteckten Juwelen: Finde mit der Hilfe von erfahrenen Einheimischen heraus, was die Stadt einzigartig macht.
Point of Interest
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Natural Feature
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Route
“There are no lifeguards. Stand only on sand. Be aware of weather conditions and high surf alerts. Be aware of sea urchins and fire worms. It is better not to touch anything in the water. It is better for the marine life and better for you so that you don't step or touch anything that may cause irritation to your skin. Be aware of your own swimming ability and keep an eye out for others in your group. No need to over-exert yourself. Listen to your instincts and do not go farther out to waters then you think you may be comfortable with. Relax and gently swim along. If you feel like you may be getting tired, get out of the water and enjoy the view relaxing on the beach for a bit until you are refreshed. Bring snacks and water to keep your energy up. Pack a hat, reef-safe sunscreen and bug spray. If you have fins to wear while snorkeling, do not put them on until you are in waist deep water. It is dangerous to walk in them, or try to stand in them at the surf.”
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Point of Interest
“This hike is my favorite way to start a day. Park at the Annaberg Sugar mill ruins, hike up for sunrise and then stop by Waterlemon Cay to swim with turtles on your way back.”
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Establishment
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Natural Feature
“This private beach on St. John's East End is the one of the only dog-friendly beaches on the island. Reef2Peak operates out of Hansen Bay renting kayaks and SUP boards as well as giving tours. Vital Free Dive also operates from here. ”
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Beach
“From dollar beer happy hours to fine dining and souvenir spices to hand crafted fine jewelry, Cruz Bay has it all.”
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Lebensmittelladen
“Another market with plentiful selection. Just a stones throw from the main road and worth a view to find what you need.”
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Gas Station
“Cruz Bay. This is one of only two gas stations on the island. At the traffic circle, take the first exit directly to the right of the straight up hill (that would take you to Route 10 / Centerline Road). You will end up on a one way side street where there will a church on your right. Proceed straight down this road, and down a hill, then the Starfish Market will be on your left. Keep going and the gas station will be on your left.”
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Locality
“Driving the East End is it's own adventure with some of the steepest hills on island but also some of the best views of the British Virgin Islands to the north. There are several hiking trails on the East End as well as beaches and snorkel spots. ”
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Parkplatz
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Gas Station
“Cruz Bay. This is one of only two gas stations on the island. At the traffic circle, take the first exit directly to the right of the straight up hill (that would take you to Route 10 / Centerline Road). You will end up on a one way side street where there will a church on your right. Proceed straight down this road, and down a hill, then passed the Marketplace on your left. Keep going passed first gas station on your left, then up and over a steep hill is the second gas station on your left.”
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Beach
“Coral Bay area. This is a pleasant and moderate hike of about 15 minutes, depending on your speed, through a wooded area and leads to a beach. We recommend sneaker sandles or something similar to enter the water for swimming/snorkeling. Entry into the water can be a bit rocky compared to powdery sand found at North Shore Beaches. To get there, proceed on Rt. 10 / Centerline Road passed Skinny Legs Restaurant. The trail head will be about another 5 minutes drive on the left hand side of the road. Within 10 minutes of the villa.”
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Point of Interest
“Interesting hike and a panoramic view. Just a short walk across the street from the parking lot of Cinnamon Bay to the trail. Walk through Bay Rum trees and Teyer Palms and up to the Estate dating back to the 1850s. See ruins of the Main House, the Cookhouse, Cistern, Servant’s Quarters of a St. John plantation. Cinnamon Bay beach is open, but there is currently construction of some type as the effort is underway to rebuild campgrounds and amenities damaged in the hurricanes of 2017. Currently no food, bar, bathrooms, etc. For the hike: Moderate hike with sneakers or sneaker sandals needed; Backpack; Water. The beach is an easy walk to get to, so if you plan on going to Cinnamon Bay, bring the beach essentials also. This is not a great spot for snorkeling. ”
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