Luxury villa on Vieques Island offers spectacular ocean views and modern accommodations with 5 deluxe bedrooms on 2 oceanview levels that are both fully equipped and great for large groups. Beautiful new pool with panoramic ocean views, large outdoor living space & terrace and passion fruit, guava and coconut garden. The villa has 5 air-conditioned bedrooms that offer 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, 1 full and 2 twin beds, brand new glass tiled bathrooms, 2 comfortable living rooms, formal dining room, 2 kitchens with stainless steel appliances and flat screen TVs in many rooms. The large outdoor living area with additional living room & dining room offers sweeping views of St Thomas, Puerto Rico and Culebra. Wild horses roam on the beach at the bottom of our hill. The villa is fully equipped with luxury linens and towels, all kitchen & cooking appliances/utensils, DVDs, music, games, beach chairs, coolers, BBQ, etc.
World’s brightest bioluminescent bay: The largest of the Spanish Virgin Islands resting between St. Thomas and Puerto Rico, Vieques is a paradise we are excited to share. We’ve been frequent visitors to this beautiful island and believe it is truly a special place. In addition to the great beaches and fantastic sunsets, Vieques has one of the world’s brightest bioluminescent bays, often called the eighth wonder of the world. We encourage all of our guests to experience the bio-bay via boat or kayak. You’ll see the water splash up in a burst of millions of lights and if you decide to swim, you will move through the water like a golden angel with thousands of sparkling lights running off your body.
About Vieques: Vieques or La Isla Nena, is about the size of Manhattan (21 miles long and 5 miles across) and has approximately 9,000 residents. For years the US Navy controlled the majority of the island yet only utilized a small portion for the controversial firing ranges and air maneuvers. In 2003 the Navy closed the ranges and turned three-quarters of the island back over to the public as the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. The preserve holds a rich variety of habitats, pristine white sand beaches, lagoons, mangrove wetlands as well as a strip of subtropical dry forest. Ironically it was the presence of the Navy that actually saved the island from run away development. Now the island remains largely undeveloped with pristine white sand beaches, wild horses, mangroves and native flora.
How to Get to Vieques: Many airlines have direct flights to San Juan International Airport. No passport is required. From San Juan there are two ways to arrive in Vieques, by plane or ferry. The following airlines fly to Vieques:
The second way to Vieques is to take a taxi to the ferry. Taxis pick you up in front of the airport and will bring you to the town of Fajardo where the ferry departs. The 1 hour taxi ride and 1 hour ferry ride is available for adults and children.
We recommend the rental of a Jeep or similar vehicle so that you can explore some of the remote parts of the island. The rental cars are not perfect due to the condition of some of the roads on the island so expect a comfortable vehicle in imperfect condition.