PRICES ARE PER NIGHT/ PER PERSON
1 Room - King Bed/Sleeps 2
1 Twin Sofa / Sleeps 1
1 Full Futon / Sleeps 2
1 Memory Foam 6" Foldable Mattress/Sleeps 1
TOTAL 6 GUESTS
Punta Aloe 20 has dock Facilities that can be used by boat owners upon request (Docking Fees May Apply). It is located a few steps from the Villa. The apartment has a large private bedroom with private entrance. A large outdoor terrace deck with breathtaking views. It is the best place for dinning, reading, practicing yoga or simply catching a wonderful nap with the constant caribbean breeze. The decks are the top feature to watch the boats sail by, feel the breeze and admire the stars.
Culebra is accessible from the San Juan International Airport and Isla Grande Airport via Air Flamenco and Vieques Air Link. Isla Grande Airport is a 10 minute cab ride from the International Airport but the flights are more affordable. An alternate method of travel is to take the ferry from Ceiba.
It is important to reserve your jeep or golf cart vehicle early – For Jeep and Golf Cart rental find Carlos Jeep Rental and Jerry's Jeeps. Both are great business owned by Culebra Locals.
Culebra is known to those who cherish it as "the Spanish Virgin Island." It is a tiny unspoiled treasure of the Caribbean. Officially, Culebra is part of Puerto Rico so visitors are within a commonwealth of the United States. Passports are unnecessary and the currency is U.S. dollars. Culebra caters to eco-tourism providing great opportunities for turtle watching, sailing, snorkeling, diving, surfing, flats and off shore fishing, sea kayaking, bird watching, and hiking. You will find are some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Search for Flamenco Beach on the web, it's been rated 3rd within the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. ZONI Beach is a 2 mile beach with white sand, season turtle nesting and blue waters. The coral formations around the pristine shoreline and the surrounding Cays make up an underwater forest of uncompromising beauty and adventure. Culebra also offers smaller off island islands that are officially part of Culebra, Culebrita Island and Luis Peña Cay are two undeveloped treasures designated as wildlife reserves.