The largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix
is easily accessible and offers a more relaxed atmosphere
than St. Thomas, but more activity options than quieter
The Washington Post published a wonderful article about
St. Croix. Click
here to read it.
Visit the unique and beautiful Danish Colonial town
of Christensted and the historic plantations, including
the well-preserved Whim Plantation where evening concerts
may be available during your trip. Play golf on two
wonderful golf courses; the historic Buccaneer Gold
Course or the beautiful Carambola Golf Course.
Attend health clubs, play tennis or go horseback riding.
At the end of the day, sign on for a champagne sunset
cruise from the beautiful harbor.
The island has many historic attractions, special attractions
and wonderful artists. Shopping is duty free and not
as crowded as St. Thomas.
Our concierge service, Bubble Makers,
will meet you at the airport, escort you to the villa and help you plan great activities to do on St.
St. Croix has a wonderful array of restaurants, which compete in an annual "Tastes of St. Croix" competition. There are also an abundance of waterfront and beachfront restaurants around the island.
Water Activities and Buck Island National Seashore
and Underwater Sea Trail
From parasailing to sailboating, St. Croix offers a
wide assortment of water activities. Sail the crystal
clear waters, or kayak the Nature Preserve at Salt River.
The Cotton House has it's own private waterfront where you
can snorkel and dive in nearby reefs (only 50 feet away!)
and our very own shipwreck.
On a calm day, you can easily kayak or take a sailing
tour to Buck Island National Park. Turtle Beach on Buck's
west end has been voted one of the world's most beautiful
beaches by National Geographic. Take a guided snorkeling
tour of the underwater trail and surround yourself with
coral, angel fish, and crustaceans.
St. Croix has a wide array of events, attractions,
shopping, dining and arts. To learn more, click on one
of the extensive guides below.