You might think that at only 84 square miles, St. Croix would go completely unnoticed. However, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, those miles add up to make the island the largest in the archipelago and there is something special for every visitor to experience.
The island's culture is a rich fusion of its original Carib and Taino, African, European, Caribbean, and American heritages. It's a location where music and storytelling can be heard on every street corner and town square, so make sure to pause, discover, and enjoy what makes this region and its inhabitants so unique.
A wide variety of adventurous and curious tourists are drawn to St. Croix. The twin cities of the island, Christiansted in the east and Frederiksted in the west, each include a variety of shops, great restaurants, art galleries, and historical sites. You will find unique cafes, restaurants, and boutiques situated in old-fashioned buildings straight from the past that offer thrilling culinary adventures and one-of-a-kind purchases.
Away from the twin towns, St. Croix's beaches, hiking trails, championship golf courses, snorkeling, and scuba diving opportunities will pack your days with excitement.
Trek up Goat Hill for a breathtaking vista, where you can take in the entire island extending westward, and the easternmost point of the U.S., Point Udall, to the east.