Enjoyed the local art show and had wonderful conversation at cane Bay dive shop. Other stores appeared to only be open for cruise ship stops.
1 - 10 of 173 reviews
There are some nice things on the Frederiksted side of the island, but in general is seems like this end is struggling or has seen better days. Probably better (obviously more activity) when cruise ship is in port (they dock in Frederiksted). The shops and...More
So Christensted is the tourist side with lots going on and the waters can be rough and snorkel/dive boats crowded. Fredriksted is the west side where the water is calm, the reefs start 30 feet off the beach with 7 to 10 miles of secluded...More
You have to go to the west end of the island to see the sunset at least once during your visit. There are a variety of beaches and restaurants up and down the shoreline so there is plenty to choose from and there is something...More
They have a Friday Jazz Night in the Park once every month, and it is very enjoyable. Ther is good music, all kinds of good drinks and a good time for all
We visited during a Caribbean cruise, it is a lovely, sleepy, small town worth walking round but not much to do.
I am reluctant to write a review on Frederiksted - because it breaks the mold of every other caribbean / island town ... while the big towns on the other VI's are busy, hustling & crowded - Frederiksted is old school and just as beautiful...More
This is the smaller of the 2 towns on the island. Christansted is the larger town. But Frederiksted is the quieter of the 2. You will only find 3 shops here to look for treasures. Not many restaurants to choose from. But a quaint little...More