Townhouse is spacious and filled with light through its wall to wall sliding glass doors and windows on both levels, 9 feet ceilings and expansive ocean and sunset views from the rooftop deck with Ramada.
Rental includes your available access to the boutique beachfront Hotel Palmazul-- just across the lane-- with its 60 ft long pool, bar, spa, and excellent restaurant.
- 2 storey 1250 sq ft interior, plus 600 sq. ft. rooftop terrace with ramada
- 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
- Furnished with equipped kitchen, washer, dryer
- 3 AC split units (main floor, 2 bedrooms) and ceiling fans throughout
- Sat TV, Wi-Fi
- Local, bilingual rental manager will assist you with getting settled and local services such as transportation, cleaners, shopping etc.
Vistazul is a low-density, spacious, quiet development on the outskirts of the small fishing village of San Clemente. San Clemente has about 2,000 inhabitants most of whom work in fishing or tourism. It's 15 minutes from the city of Bahia de Caraquez and 30 minutes from Manta. Manta has an airport with several daily flights to Quito and Guayaquil, good medical clinics, a new shopping centre as well as good hotels and restaurants.
Bahia is the gateway city to the developing northern coast including the towns of Canoa and San Vicente. A large shopping centre is expected to open in December, 2013.
San Clemente's weather is pleasant and temperate all year around. The dry season runs from June to December and is cooler. January through May has clear sunny days and more rain during the nights. San Clemente is surrounded by farmland with tropical crops. The state of Manabí is known for its many ancient cultures, and there are several archaeological sites close to Vistazul.
San Clemente hosts a small ex-pat community of residents and repeat visitors who are active and well integrated with the local community. It is the perfect place to enjoy long walks on a vast beach and a tranquil lifestyle.
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Jan 1 2014 - Dec 31 2014
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Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.