One beach seamlessly merges with another, resulting in a miles-long stretch of powdery sand peppered with a few low-rise resorts. This part of the island is much less crowded than Palm Beach and great for a morning or evening stroll.
- Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/el_ramon/2623416746/">Druif Beach-20</a> by Timothy Valentine
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