In this upscale neighborhood are the ruins of an old greathouse and tower of the same name, both remnants of a circa-1750 Danish sugar plantation. The "Judith" comes from the first name of a woman buried on the property. From the guardhouse at the neighborhood entrance, follow Hamilton Drive past some of St. Croix's loveliest houses. At the end of Hamilton Drive the road overlooks Salt River Bay, where Christopher Columbus anchored in 1493. On the way back, make a detour
left off Hamilton Drive onto Caribe Road for a close look at the ruins. The million-dollar villas are something to behold, too.
Turn north onto Rte. 751, off Rte. 75, Judith's Fancy, St. Croix, 00820, U.S. Virgin Islands