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Rincón—Bonaire's oldest village—is a near-perfect distillation of the island's history: Established by 16th-century Spanish colonialists, the settlement was eventually populated by former slaves and later became famous for a festival (Rincón Day, on April 30) that is so popular even the king and queen of the Netherlands dropped by in 2015. A distillation of a different sort is an even more popular attraction among some visitors: a cactus liqueur called Cadushy. Head to the Plasa Cadushy with its quiet garden to sample the spirit.

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