Semidey's Beach Villa is very spacious and comfortably accomodate 8 persons. Our 2 Villas posses beautiful ocean views with a private balcony, fully equipped kitchen, fans, A/C and CATV, laundry and more . Relaxing by our beautiful surround and enjoying our beautiful ocean view and palm trees. You can also take a boat from here and visit the cays front of our property Guilligan and Ballena 'beatifull small islands', while going away from everything. Dining “al fresco” will be another highlight of your stay at Semidey’s Beach Villa. Have your morning coffee watching the sun rise from one of our terraces, enjoy lunch on another, sip afternoon cocktails on yet a third as you watch the sun set, and then serve dinner while enjoy our fabulous view.
How to get Semideys Apartments: Aeropuerto Internacional Luis Muñoz Marín
Carolina 00983Puerto Rico
1. Head north
2. Continue straight onto PR-17/Puente Teodoro Moscoso
3. Take the ramp to PR-26
4. Keep left at the fork and merge onto PR-26
5. Take the exit onto Expreso Jose De Diego/PR-22 W
6. Slight left onto Expreso Las Americas
7. Continue onto Autopista Luis a Ferre/PR-52 S
8. Exit on the left onto PR-2 W
9. Exit onto PR-116
10. Turn left onto PR-116R/PR-333 (Burger King)
Continue to follow PR-333
Destination will be on the right after Copamarina Beach Resort make a right then go straight to San Jacinto Just in a minute you will find Semideys Apartments
Welcome to Guanica! Known as the Town of Friendship. It is about a 45 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Ponce (PSE), and 2 hrs. from (SJU). Explore and enjoy all of the local area activities such as snorkeling, diving, surfing, kite surfing and seaside local restaurant food. It is home to various natural reserves including Bahía Ballena and the Bosque Seco de Guánica. Manatees and marine turtles roam the waters of the former’s diverse ecosystems present here. The U.N. designated this whole region of the Bosque Estatal de Guánica as a biosphere reserve. It is also the site of the most diverse population of birds in the island. As might be expected from its designation as a “dry forest,” this part of Guánica receives very little rainfall. Further inland and up the hills, the climate is not as arid and much more welcoming to hikers. Is also home of Guilligan’s Island, this small, mangrove-surrounded islet boasts crystalline waters and can only be reached via little boats.
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2 night minimum stay
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