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As an island community, St. Thomas is both “rural” and “urban” in character. Lining the narrow streets of the downtown Charlotte Amalie historic district are many buildings dating from the early 1800s and a few from earlier times. The rest of the island [sometimes called “the country”] blends residential and commercial areas, including shopping centers and malls.
Leisure-time attractions abound. White sand beaches ring the island, and water sports options are all but endless. On the dry side, there’s golf, tennis, guided tours and visitor attractions including some that take you beneath the surface of the sea or up where the pelicans fly!
The restaurants are second to none, and visitors often find that their toughest task while here is to choose among so much creative cuisine.
Things to See and Do [PDF]
Restaurants of St. Thomas and St. John [PDF]