It is our first time to Curaçao so not sure how this beach compares to other beaches on the island. Generally speaking it is a rather short stretch of beach that is packed with hotels, bars and sun beds. Not our cup of tea.
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Lots of shops and restaurants. Plenty of beach chairs and play are for children. The Friday/Saturday parties are for teens and young 20 somethings. Beautiful views
We went to Mambo beach on a Sunday night to experience the nightlife. The music was great and we partied into the night. Several party spots to choose from.
Incredible beach, everything you want and can be as busy or as quiet as you make it. Cabanas available in certain parts and plenty of sun beds everywhere else. Small playground on the beach for kids and an inflatable water activity area which was great...More
This is a very busy and clean beach. There are many restaurants, and shops, and live music many evenings. It's an easy, breezy, 15-20 minute walk from the Avila Beach Hotel.
The beach was behind a very nice, new mall area with restaurants, & shops. Its pretty big and not very crowed. It connects to the beach at Sun Scape. Nice snorkeling, good variety of fish.
Lots of shops and restaurants, quite crowded. Perfect for teens and young adults who like to have a good time. Not so much for families.
It's lovely to swim in an area where there are not huge waves. The breakwater allows for nice, calm swimming in the beautiful turquoise water. It was fairly quiet when we were there and had no problem finding beach chairs. A must see when visiting...More
I do not know the name of the restaurant but upstairs there is one sushi and arabic restaurant that the food is fantastic , we enjoyed it so much that we went there 2 times in 3 days of curacao .
Loved the restaurant at Mambo Beach. Great ambience no matter which day we went. We liked it so much we have dinner twice and many of our lunches there although we were staying next to the resort. Especially lived the goat cheese salad, the caprese...More