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Holiday Letting Price Information in Saint Croix
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Saint Croix. Prices reach a peak a week in January. The price per night in a holiday letting in Saint Croix this week (12/01 - 19/01) costs on average £235. Prices drop in June to an average of £176 per night (15/06 - 22/06).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Saint Croix
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Saint Croix for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Only 23 of the rentals are still available. On the contrary, only 8% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in August (24/08 - 31/08).
The weather in Saint Croix
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is June. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 23°. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is April.
Enjoy Caribbean bliss with Saint Croix holiday homes
Your Saint Croix holiday home opens onto palm lined white beaches and turquoise ocean. Bright fish dart beneath your snorkel at Buck Island Reef, and bright flavors tantalize your taste buds at Taste of Saint Croix Food Festival. Even the historic forts dotted throughout the region zing with colour.
Caribbean cuisine in St Croix
Come to St Croix for the Taste of St Croix food festival every April. Pool parties and cultural events, music and fireworks are in attendance at this bursting with flavor food fest. Hospitable hosts introduce you to local tastes that you'll savor, all enjoyed with liberal libations, naturally.
Discover colorful history
Fort Frederik is another fascinating fort, built by Denmark-Norway to ward off pirates from their economic activities in Frederiksted Port. It is listed as a National Historic Landmark and stands in Emancipation Park, right on the waterfront. Look out for the statues of influential Virgin Islanders in the park where mahogany trees and abundant flowers line the pathways.
Heavenly sights in Saint Croix
Buck Island Reef National Monument
Dive into a marine ecosystem that pulsates with life with a trip to Buck Island Reef. An award-winning film was made about the life of the reef, which you can discover through interactive activities and exhibits. Sea turtles appear to fly through the water, a profusion of seaweeds sprout from the coral and bright fish mingle beneath you.
Rhythms and Rainbow Beach
Celebrate colorful, soulful life down at Rainbow Beach with a coconut cocktail at Rhythms Beach Bar and Restaurant. Friendly bartenders mix you lip-smacking drinks as the surf keeps rolling in, along with the rhythms of funky music at beach parties.
At the easternmost end of the Virgin Islands this point is marked by Millenium Monument, a solar clock that looks out, as you can, over the wide ocean. The Point is named after Stuart Udall, United States Secretary of the Interior under Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. Take the trail from the monument to the point, which is formed of an ancient volcanic uprising.
Over 1,500 feet of pier juts out into the ocean, enough space to accommodate two giant cruise ships. The pier is in fact designed for use by submarines. It's a fascinating sight when the pier is in use, but much of the time it is simply a beautiful place from which to watch the sun glint on the turquoise water.
Europe's influence on this 18th century building is felt more strongly than on perhaps any other in the Caribbean. The Fort's banana-yellow walls, built by colonial Danes in 1738, sing against the emerald coast. The fascinating history of colonialization is described by this historic structure, of which you can take a guided tour to learn more.
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