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Margarita Holidays


See The Pearl Of The Caribbean

Margarita holidays offer a year round sunny island paradise with temperatures averaging close to 30°C almost all the time. 'The pearl of the Caribbean' as Margarita has become known has some beautiful inviting beaches on its eastern side. Playa El Agua is the longest and busiest of these beaches. A Margarita holiday is an excuse to sample delicious cocktails, eat at beachfront restaurants nestling beneath palm trees, or simply lie back to work on your tan.

Drinking and eating out on Margarita holidays is tremendously affordable compared to some other Caribbean islands, so it is particularly satisfying to enjoy the delicious Caribbean seafood or snack on empanadas.

Surf Until Sunset In Magnificent Margarita

If peace and seclusion is your ultimate goal, Margarita holidays offer plenty of beaches where you can get away from it all or wade into the warm, clear water to surf until sunset.

Margarita has a decent selection of bars, clubs and restaurants but much of the entertainment takes place in the all-inclusive resorts. Margarita is lucky enough to have attained a duty free status, so a Margarita holiday can double up as a bargain shopping trip. The shops in Porlamar are popular with Venezuelans and visitors alike.

Attractions Of Margarita

Margarita holidays offer an island paradise that has all the same amenities as other Caribbean holidays but at very affordable prices. Whether you simply want to enjoy spending time on the incredible white sand beaches or try your hand at the usual water sports such as diving and surfing, Margarita has everything you need.

You can take a stroll in the island's scenic natural parks or play a round of golf. The impressive Castillo de San Carlos Borromeo is a 17th century fort that has become a popular attraction of Margarita holidays. The fort is free to visit and its big bronze cannons still point out over the harbour to the Caribbean Sea.

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