San Andrés es una mezcla deliciosa de tradición y diversión, de actividades y un completo relax. Dicen que son los colores de su mar es lo mejor, yo digo que es su gente.
Miguel Angel Muñiz
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In the seventeenth century, pirate Henry Morgan sought refuge from ferocious battles and quarrels in a small coral cave that protects a small lake on the island of San Andrés. Various upheavals have shaken the island since, but nowadays, time seems to have come to a stop in this archipelago where the sea invented seven colors to show itself off. In 2000, UNESCO declared it a Biosphere Reserve
An archipelago with hues invented by a sea of seven colors.
A charming Creole English-speaking population, amazing coral reefs, palm trees, beaches, pedestrian walkways, and excellent free port shopping make the 27 square kilometers of San Andrés Island a magical place. Outings on the Morgan Galleon, accompanied by the rhythms of reggae and socca and delicious seafood cooked in coconut milk are a favorite activity of all kinds of visitors. The rondón (run down) and dumplings are the emblematic dishes of the island.
The neighboring island of Providencia, is surrounded by a coral reef and joined to the island of Santa Catalina by the Lovers’ Bridge.
The beauty of the three islands is truly exuberant; they constitute a great option for incentive trips for small groups.