St. Croix is the biggest of the United States Virgin Islands. The cultural distinction found on St. Croix can be attributed to the influences of our native American and African ancestors along with the 7 countries that flew their flags on the island; United States, Denmark, Knights of Malta, Dutch Netherlands, France, Spain, and England. St. Croix is 84 sq. miles of rolling green hills and established neighborhoods dotting the island from east to west. The two main towns on St. Croix are Frederiksted and Christiansted, both boasting beautiful Danish military forts that are now historic sites operating as museums. The residents of St. Croix are known as Crucians and are as friendly as they come. A rich cultural heritage is a major contributor to the beauty and wonder of St. Croix.