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Where is Curacao Located

How do you pronounce Curaçao? Curacao is pronounced as Cure-ah-souw and is part of the Dutch Kingdom.

Where is Curacao located? Curacao is a beautiful island located in the Southern Caribbean, just a 20-minute flight away from Aruba. Curacao puts the C in the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire & Curacao).

Where is Curacao in the ABC? It’s right in the middle of both Aruba (left) and Bonaire (right).

Where is Curacao in size? It is the biggest island of all three. And the biggest island of all islands that are part of the Dutch Kingdom.


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What is the capital of Curacao? Willemstad is its capital and it is the most Colorful Capital in the Caribbean. You will never be short of Insta-worthy photo ops.

Where did the name Curacao came from? The most popular theory is that the Spanish named the island "Corazón" for its heart shape, which later became "Curacao", derived from the Portuguese word for heart, "Coração".

Which language do they speak on Curacao? Many Islanders Speak Four Languages. For some Curacaoans, knowing four languages is just a way of life. The languages spoken on the island are Papiamentu, Dutch, Spanish, and English.

Where is Klein Curacao located? Curacao has it’s own mini deserted island called Klein Curacao (“little Curacao"), and it’s a small island about a two-hour boat trip from Curacao. All that can be found on the island is an abandoned and dilapidated light house, a ship wreck, and lots of sea life. 



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