Located about 40 miles south of St. John and St. Thomas, St. Croix differs
from its sister islands not only in location but more so in character. Due to its rich history under the rule of seven different flags, the true nature of St. Croix is one of the vibrant yet relaxing encounters. The quaint towns of Frederiksted on the west coast and Christiansted on the northeast bring the island’s history to life with their historic buildings, cobblestone streets and colorful architecture.
St. Croix is also the largest of the four U.S. Virgin Islands with 84 square miles of pristine beaches, rolling hills, and a tropical rainforest. It offers endless opportunities for hiking, diving, ecotourism and other natural
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