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Top Things to Do in Margarita Island, Venezuela, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Coche Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Isla de Coche ( Coche Island) is one of three islands forming the Nueva Esparta State of Venezuela, located in the Caribbean between Isla Margarita and the mainland. The other two islands are Isla Margarita, the main island of the state, and Cubagua, the smallest.

Laguna de la Restinga

Laguna de la Restinga is a national park on the Isla Margarita, Nueva Esparta state, Venezuela. The main part of the park is a large salt lagoon, rich in fish and birdlife. It is on the Ramsar list of wetlands of international importance, and is classified as an Important Bird Area.

Playa El Yaque - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Playa El Yaque (El Yaque Beach) is internationally known as one of the seven best locations in the world having ideal conditions for windsurfing and kitesurfing, attracting enthusiasts from all over the world, especially from Europe. It displays a row of hotels, shops and restaurants close to the beachfront, featuring a wide range of facilities and sport gear.

Playa Caribe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Playa Caribe is a beach situated a few minutes north of Juan Griego, at a small bay on the west coast of Isla Margarita. It is a fairly popular beach nearly a mile long (1200 m) with several restaurants and foodstands. Playa Caribe is an exposed beach break with moderate waves.

Playa Punta Arenas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Playa Punta Arenas is the most western tip of Margarita Island, it's a fine white sand beach and home for many of the local fishermen. The fishermen's huts extend along a beach which leads to a sandy point which gives its name to both the village and the beach.

Playa Parguito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Playa Parguito (Parguito Beach) it is situated in the Northeast end of Isla Margarita. The beach is approximately 1000 m long and about 20 m wide. The waters tend to be more oceanic at Playa Parguito which has made it a perfect place for surfing.

Playa El Agua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Playa El Agua (The Water Beach) is the most famous tourist development on Margarita Island.[citation needed ] El Agua is 2.5 miles (4 km) long, 30m wide, gold sand lined with huge palm trees that give shelter to numerous restaurants that offer their service directly to chairs located in the fine sand.

Parque Diverland

Bienvenido Diverland! El parque de diversiones de la Isla de Margarita A pocos minutos de Porlamar, ocupando unas cuantas hectáreas de terreno, se encuentra el parque sus grandes dimensiones hacen fácil advertir su presencia desde la carretera.

San Carlos de Borromeo Fortress

San Carlos de Borromeo Fortress ( Spanish: Castillo San Carlos de Borromeo) is a colonial fortress in the Bay of Pampatar in the southeast of Isla Margarita, Venezuela. It was completed in 1684, standing on the site of an earlier fortification, in an era when there was a constant threat from pirates or privateers.

Cabatucan Ranch in Macanao, Margarita Island, Venezuela. Discover the most beautiful horseback rides in the caribbean...An unforgettable horseback riding in the far west of Margarita Island