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Contact Take a tour With more than sexy girls walking around, you would almost forget to notice that Campo Alegre is a great looking resort. Want to see more? Click here! About Campo One of the Caribbean's top attractions since Campo Alegre is an essential part of Curacao society and known all over the world. It has received international media attention, it has been featured in literary works and it has even been the subject of scientific studies.
What makes "Campo" so unique? Is it its rich and unusual history? Campo Alegre was founded by the local government in How it all started: as a Prostitution has been a fact of life on Curacao since the days of pirates and privateers.
But in the s and 40s, it started to get out of hand. With all the foreign refinery workers, sailors and foreign soldiers on the island, there were a lot of needy men running around. At the time, the popular Venezuelan, Colombian and Dominican prostitutes were mainly working in the town center, in Punda and Otrobanda.
Due to the large demand for their services, this caused all kinds of problems. Women who weren't prostitutes were being harassed by drunken men. The city streets were unsafe. Something had to be done. Let's go outside The first thing the government tried was outlawing prostitution from the city center. This didn't work either. Areas like Sint Michielsbaai and especially Marie Pampoen became huge outdoor sex centers.
It became impossible to get a taxi, because all the cars were transporting prostitutes and their clients to these areas. Venereal disease were running rampant, People were getting robbed in the wilderness, and the terrain was littered with condoms. It was mayhem. Denying foreign prostitutes entry to the island would be a bad idea, because that would only stimulate local girls to get into the business. The authorities were forced to come up with a real-life solution. The birth of Campo Alegre The governor appointed a commission that included representatives of the police, the public health department and even the clergy.