St. Croix is one of the U.S. Virgin Islands, in the Caribbean. Bright yellow Fort Christiansvaern is among Christiansted National Historic Site’s Danish colonial buildings. West, St. George Village Botanical Gardens occupies an old sugar plantation. Point Udall’s Millennium Monument marks the easternmost point of U.S. territory. North, Salt River Bay National Park has archaeological sites, mangroves and coral reefs
St. Croix, the largest of our islands, is a tranquil tropical destination for honeymooners, culture seekers, scuba divers and more. Rich in cultural diversity, St. Croix has a fascinating history. Spain, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, the Knights of Malta, Denmark and the United States all played a role in shaping St. Croix. Experience the unique culture of St. Croix through its arts, crafts, music and more during a variety of festivals and cultural events throughout the year.
St. Croix has a variety of tourist attractions available. The Buck Island Reef National Monument is an excellent place for snorkeling and scuba diving, with hundreds of acres of beautiful water, reef, and caves. Rainbow Beach is a lovely place where you can often see ships pulling into port.
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Buck Island Reef National Monument. Only 10 adventurous souls rode with Captain Scott to Buck Island for a half-day tour on Betty Ann’s tour boat.
Every visitor needs a map of St Croix island. So we put together for you a one of the best collections of maps available to help you plan and get the most out of your holiday at Villa Margarita.
Below is a view from Google Maps. From this map of Saint Croix island you can see the hilly terrain, lush green areas, and plenty of locations where beach meets beautiful turquoise water. One thing we absolutely love about our island is that has not been over-built like so many islands have.
There’s nothing like looking out our villa windows and seeing lush, green, undeveloped hills instead of plastered with chock-a-block concrete slabs of apartments and condos. In that sense, St. Croix is truly a undiscovered gem and rarity!