St. Croix

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St. Croix — St. Croix boasts beaches, shopping, and nice restaurants, but its real forte is its rich history. Museums, towns filled with 18th- and 19th-century buildings, and old plantation ruins introduce visitors to the island’s past.

Why Go

For affordable palm-lined beaches and rich colonial architecture pleasing to outdoor types and history buffs alike.

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What's New in St. Croix


Where to Go Now: 5 Warm-Weather Getaways for Late April

February 27, 2014 by Alex Schechter

We've got something to lift yourspirits today: As we move into spring break season, resorts throughout the Caribbean and eastern Mexico are likely to be either ... Read More »


Two Days Only: One-Way Summer Flights on JetBlue from $46

May 21, 2013 by Mandy Berman

Travel to dozens of U.S. cities and Caribbean destinations this summer with JetBlue's two-day summer sale. With fares* as low as $46, you can unwind on the beach ... Read More »


St. Croix for Foodies

March 29, 2012 by Liz Webber

As tour guides are apt to tell you, St. Croix has been owned by no less than seven different countries since Europeans first landed on its sandy shores. This ... Read More »


All-Inclusive St. Croix at Divi Carina Bay

March 19, 2012 by Liz Webber

For lodging on St. Croix, a great family option is Divi Carina Bay, which became an all-inclusive property in January 2011 (the only one of the island). Situated ... Read More »


Shopping in St. Croix

February 29, 2012 by Liz Webber

Neighboring St. Thomas might be known as the shopping mecca of the U.S. Virgin Islands thanks to its major cruise hub, but St. Croix has plenty to offer for ... Read More »


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