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The attractions of St Thomas
Step into a postcard at any of the beaches and bays around St Thomas, where the water is as clear as that of a swimming pool and the sand as soft as a feather mattress. Favourite spots include Linquist Beach, the sumptuously named Honeymoon Beach, Magens Bay and Secret Harbour. Many of these offer the chance to snorkel, windsail, stand-up paddle board and swim, but it’s the ‘Cow and Calf’ rocks on the south side of St Thomas that come out on top if you’re looking to dive.
Don’t leave without researching the island’s history, which is as fascinating as it is ancient. Head to Fort Christian to see the oldest standing structure in the Virgin Islands. This is also where you’ll find early maps, memorabilia and more at the Virgin Islands Museum. Climb to the top of Government Hill to see infamous pirate Blackbeard’s castle - and treat yourself to a delicious meal as this site now serves as a restaurant and hotel!
Finally, do a spot of shopping at Market Square in central Charlotte Amalie. You can pick up fresh produce, souvenirs and cheap wares, but keep in mind as you wander that just a few hundred years ago this was the location of the busiest slave market in the West Indies.
St Thomas Airport information
The airport on the island of St Thomas is the Cyril E. King Airport (CEKA) is so named after the second elected governor of the Virgin Islands. No matter where you’re staying or headed on the island, it won’t take more than 30 minutes to drive there from the airport.
When you are done exploring this island, you can take a flight to St Croix, the largest island of the county. Alternatively, you can head to nearby Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic or Jamaica.
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