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Dine at sunset

For couples in love, a sunset dinner is a great incentive to leave the hotel room. Preferably dinner on the beach with your feet in the sand, a sultry ocean breeze and gourmet cuisine. The beautiful island of Aruba boasts many outstanding restaurants with an ocean view.

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Flying Fishbone

Flying Fishbone is located in the charming fishing village of Savaneta. This restaurant serves Caribbean/European dishes in a beautiful setting, right on the beach. The restaurant claims to have launched the Aruban 'dining-on-the-sand' trend. It doesn't really matter if they did, but the tradition certainly goes back a long time. Today, Flying Fishbone distinguishes itself by going the extra mile and serving dinner while you sit with your feet in the surf.

Who could say no to this?

Who could say no to this?

Passions on the Beach

Planning a marriage proposal on the beach? If the way to your loved one is through his or her stomach, then Passions on the Beach is the perfect place. Even the names of the dishes are worthy of a proposal. The Perfect Match is a starter of Mahi-Mahi and scallops, and Get Together combines sea bass with spicy shrimp. But of course the name of the restaurant already gives it away...

It starts with a sunset...

It starts with a sunset...

Barefoot Restaurant

Expect a casual laidback ambiance at a restaurant called Barefoot. Everybody is welcome, with or without beach slippers! Try the dish Romance of The Sea, a combination of 3 different types of fish served in a lemon sauce. Best enjoyed with a nicely chilled bottle of white wine. Choose a table in the sand or under a palapa – with a great view of the sunset, the sea and each other.

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