Grapefield Beach is among the more stunning seashores in Aruba, combining as it does golden sands and cactussy cliffs in one gorgeous and deliciously isolated coastline. Keep an eye peeled for the wind-beaten, big-leaved shrub-trees called seagrapes that give the beach its name--and also for critters such as wild goats and donkeys.
The quiet beach itself calls to sunbathers and walkers, while the backing cliffs are popular among climbers. Gnarled rocks, otherworldly cactus forests, Caribbean breakers: Grapefield Beach will probably lodge itself for good in your memories.
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