Boca Santa Pretu

Boca Santa Pretu
Boca Santa Pretu is a special beach located on the north coast of Curaçao, near the village of Barber. This secluded beach is known for its rugged and pristine beauty, surrounded by rocky cliffs and lush green vegetation. Boca Santa Pretu offers a unique and unforgettable experience for visitors seeking an authentic and remote beach experience. One of the most striking features of Boca Santa Pretu is its remote location and rugged natural environment. The beach is an ideal place to relax and unwind, surrounded by the natural beauty of Curaçao. Visitors can enjoy the sound of the waves and the fresh sea air while relaxing on the soft sandy beach.

Location and Accessibility
The beach is not easily accessible by car and requires a short walk from the parking lot to the beach itself. However, this walk is rewarded with breathtaking views of the rugged cliffs and azure waters of the Caribbean Sea. Boca Santa Pretu is also known for its quiet and peaceful atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of the more touristy areas of the island.

House Rules
  • No littering
  • No unsupervised children
  • No disruptive or disorderly behavior or activities
  • No pets
  • Do not eat the fruits from the trees (they are poisonous)

Restaurants and Facilities
Boca Santa Pretu has no formal restaurants or facilities, so visitors should bring their own food, drinks, and beach equipment. However, it is a great place to picnic and enjoy a relaxing day by the sea away from the hustle and bustle of the more touristy areas of Curaçao. There are a few picnic tables and trash cans; these may be occupied, so it is recommended that you bring your own if you like to sit on a chair. There are no further facilities at Boca Santa Pretu.

Tips from PMI
It is recommended to bring good walking shoes to Boca Santa Pretu, as the walk to the beach can be rocky and bumpy. It is also advisable to arrive early in the day to enjoy the peace and quiet of this secluded beach. Furthermore, it is recommended to bring enough food and drinks to the beach; this is because there is no way to get them there. It is also recommended to bring beach supplies such as a towel and sunscreen; this is because there are no further facilities at the beach.

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Practical Information

Open daily
Free entrance

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