Built in the middle of the seventeenth century, Landhuis San Juan is another of the plantations made possible through the hard work of the slaves who lived there. The plantation, which grew indigo, cotton, sugar cane, and maize for many decades, can be reached by traveling on a long driveway bordered by tall greenery. The house, which features Dutch architectural details, is surrounded by open fields.
Three paths lead from the plantation to three beaches where you can enjoy snorkeling and diving. It is highly recommended that you bring all of your items with you as this spot is a bit on the remote side
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