On Curacao, the weather is glorious almost every day of the year, so you can enjoy a wonderful beach holiday all year round. It doesn't really matter which place you choose because you can access numerous beaches from your holiday home in Curacao. Jan Thielbaai is one of the many beaches that this beautiful island has to offer. The beach is located in the district of Jan Thiel, just 22 kilometres from the airport.
Explore the surroundings from your holiday home in Jan Thiel
Jan Thiel is seen as the Saint Tropez of Curacao. Around the beach, there are several residential areas with beautiful holiday homes.The white sandy beach, the fluttering palm trees and the azure blue seas invite you to relax or take a refreshing dip. You can also participate in a range of activities, from the beach. Why not discover the beautiful marine world under the guidance of a diving school or rent a kayak at the water sports centre. Of course you, could also choose to enjoy a drink at the popular Zanzibar beach bar.
There much more to do than just relax though! The nature on Curacao is stunning.Jan Thiel offers a stunning nature reserve with salt pans, where you can also spot Flamingos. Prefer to shop 'til you drop? Then a trip to Willemstad is definitely worthwhile.Walk along the quay and admire the beautifully coloured houses or stroll along the floating market and buy a pretty souvenir. With a holiday home at Jan Thielbaai, you can really enjoy your holiday on Curacao.
Useful to know about Curacao
Since 2010, Curacao has been part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Despite the fact that it is now an autonomous country, Dutch influences are still very clear. The official language, together with Papiamentu, is still Dutch. The island is loved by holidaymakers because of its many beautiful beaches and sunny climate; the average temperature is 27 degrees. The 'rainy season' lasts from October to February, but consists mainly of short nocturnal rains. In summer, it is 6 hours earlier on Curacao than in the Netherlands, in winter time it is 5 hours earlier. Also useful to know: the currency is the Antillean guilder, but you'll generally be fine with American dollars too. It takes about 10 hours by plane from Amsterdam.