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Coconut Coast Villas 2014 • St. John, USVI

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Your home away from home

Local Information:

St. John Island is the prized jewel of the US Virgin Islands. It is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, filled with history, natural wonders and magnificent beaches and is just a short hop away from the shores of North America - it is right in your backyard!

Being eighty percent National Park, St. John offers world famous sugar white sand beaches and undulating natural shorelines that are virtually untouched by development. Its snorkeling, diving, watersports and hiking trails presenting unique opportunities to explore by both land and sea a tropical wilderness that has changed little since the time of the sugar plantations.

Peace and relaxation are the norm , this Caribbean island represents an unusual escape from the stress and worries of home, while it still carries a comfortable
American /Caribbean flavor.

The small but lively town of Cruz Bay has quiet, tree lined streets that with a variety of specialty shops, and not one stop light! Quintessential beach bars and world famous happy hours help travelers unwind with tropical drinks, easy conversation and live music.

Restaurants represent everything from five star dining, local spicy Caribbean fare, to the best cheeseburgers in any paradise.
 

Where to Shop:

For a little bit of everything you might need to stock up once you get here, the Marketplace shopping center is ideal. It has a gourmet shop, a grocery store, a drug store, a hardware store and many other shops and restaurants. Just a short 5 minute drive away from the property or a pleasant 20 minute walk.

Another well stocked grocery store is the Dolphin market. It has great fruits, vegetables and other groceries for competitive prices. It is also just a short 5 minute drive or 20 minute walk away.

Mongoose Junction is at the far end of town and is a nice upscale shopping and dining complex with brew pub, a deli, a variety of other shops and restaurants.


What to do:

Watersports - there are several spots to go scuba diving, rent snorkel gear, rent hobie cats or larger sail boats, go charter fishing, enjoy a sunset sails or a full day of sailing or motor boating. Also, dingy rentals are a great and affordable option to see the island by water and be in control of oyur agenda and schedule. Most beaches have a spot to pull right in and park on the beach for a picnic , swimmming or sunbathing. Check with us for recommendations or assistance in bookiing these many activities

Hiking - is big on St. John because of the pristine natural state of the island, the large national park lands, the extensive trails and the beautiful weather. The National Park has maps for self directed hiking and schedules many guided interpetive hikes with park rangers as guides.

History and Archeology - There are many historical ruins from the sugar plantation era such as sugar mills, great houses and slave quarters and there are ancient indian sites all over the island.

www.stjohn-guide.com

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