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We are one block away from the best bakery in town where locals line up every morning to get Crucian style 'titi bread' 'butter bread', 'bush tea' and other breakfast favorites. In a two to three block radius are some of the best local food spots serving up dishes like roti, stewed oxtail, curry goat, salt fish and ducanna, kallaloo and other Crucian/Caribbean delicacies. We are also five minutes away from fine dining restaurants, historic churches and cemeteries, exquisite handmade jewelry shops, museums, nightlife, cool bars and restaurants on the boardwalk, great duty-free shopping, the seaplane (in case you want to hop over to/or are hopping over from St. Thomas) and even the beach! On the boardwalk you can organize sailing, jet skiing, fishing, and head over to Buck Island or the Cay for swimming and snorkeling. And because of the great town location you are just a taxi ride away from everything else that St. Croix has to offer.

From the Airport:
Henry Rohlsen Airport is the airport on St. Croix. From our place it's about a 15-20 min drive.

From the Seaplane:
Other than the airport there is a seaplane that lands just west of the boardwalk. It's about 3-4 blocks from our place.

Closest Beach:
The closest beach is 5 blocks away at what locals call "Hotel on the Cay". It is actually named Protestant Cay and there are accommodations there, a restaurant, bathrooms, beach chairs, jet skis, etc..To get there you simply walk down to the boardwalk and a small ferry boat shuttles people back and forth all day for $5. From door to the beach we estimate 15 min.

Cars & Parking:
Although a car is not needed to enjoy the town, one is recommended to fully explore the island. If you choose to rent a car there are several agencies in walking distance. Although we do not have off-street parking, the entrance is located on a side street with plenty of parking available.