Delfins Beach Resort is located on a 200 m stretch of coastline in the south-western part of beautiful Bonaire. The vast plot where the resort was built used to be the domain of one single villa from the 1960s. The coastal strip features some ruggedly shaped volcanic “fingers” protruding into the sea, and a so-called blow hole from which impressive jets of sea water spray are ejected at regular intervals. Remnants of a prominent coral stone dike that was in place until just a few years ago are still visible on the beach. The same type of dike could once be found elsewhere along the island’s west coast as well. It’s no coincidence that the former settlement of Kralendijk was initially baptized “Koraaldijk” by the original inhabitants of the island.