St. Eustatius Travel Guide
Saint Eustatius is a special municipality of the Netherlands, one of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, in the north-eastern Caribbean Sea. It was formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles. It is south-east of Saba and north west of the island of Saint Kitts.
This tiny mountainous island has a varied terrain which includes rainforest, rocky beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. It is home to a dormant volcano, the Quill.
While most visitors come for the offshore dive sites and rural landscape there are a surprising number of historical sites to visit.