Vieques is the perfect vacation spot for:
Mosquito Bay was officially declared the brightest Bio Bay by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008. Situated in Vieques, a small island off the east coast of Puerto Rico, this is a must see attraction on your next trip to Puerto Rico. Although Vieques is a bit off the beaten path, there are tour options available that depart from San Juan and directly to the island. On all tours you will discover the beautiful glow from the bioluminescence and learn more about the dinoflagellates that populate the water.
Explore the area with a local guide that will show you the way around the bay by kayak and take you to the best areas to see the glowing water. Trusted tour operators have the knowledge and ability to guarantee an incredible experience while visiting Mosquito Bay.
The Mosquito Bio Bay, is a bay in the island of Vieques famous for its bioluminescence produced by the dinoflagellate Pyridinium Bahamans, which glows blue when agitated. This species of phytoplankton is found in bays in the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and The Bahamas.
A relaxed and pleasant atmosphere with your family, friends and love ones. Casa Nativo offers you the best service, comfort and local food
A Mexican Restaurant in Vieques. Just a 3 minute walk from the ferry port. Mexican dishes with the Island flavors.
One of the best local food restaurants with an exquisite Puerto Rican flavor. Located at Isabel II, historical downtown area.
Artesanal Mojito Bar 16oz y 32oz!
Beers , Mix Drinks, Shots , Frozen Drinks, Cocktails! Good local food!
Sun Bay Beach is an idyllic beach located on the south side of Vieques. The beach is managed by the Puerto Rico Department of Natural Resources, so it has a few "extras" that make it one of the island's most family-friendly beaches. The beach facilities include bathrooms, showers, changing rooms, BBQ grills, food kiosks, and more.
Thi beach is conveniently located in one of Vieques's main town areas— La Esperanza. Therefore, it is one of the few beaches in town that is walking distance from restaurants, shops, hotels, and tour operators. La Esperanza is also home to one of Vieques's most iconic landmarks— the Esperanza Pier.
Playa Caracas, also known as Red Beach, is found at the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. With golden sand and the turquoise water, visitors will agree that Caracas is the embodiment of a poscard-ready beach. While there are no restrooms on the grounds of the beach, there are a few small gazebos and on-site parking.
You don’t have to fly all to a faraway place or Hawaii to appreciate and experience what it feels to sink your toes on black sand. Areas on the island like Monte Pirata are volcanic and some of this amazing volcanic material is washed down through a quebrada (stream) during heavy rains, ending up at this gorgeous beach.
El Gallito (the little rooster) is a small beach between two rocky points. You can find seaglass here, and see people fishing, surfing, swimming, etc. You can also snorkel or paddleboard on calm days. The snorkeling on the point to the right (east side of the beach) is excellent when the wind is from the southeast.
One of the best things about this beach is just sitting around and chilling with friends on a Sunday Funday afternoon. The road is very close, but it has no impact on your chill, as the sound of the waves make for a peaceful day.
There is some nice shade from the overhanging trees.
Blue Beach, better known as La Chiva Beach, is a popular beach on the southern coast of Vieques in barrio Puerto Ferro. The beach is considered one of the best in both Vieques and Puerto Rico for its breathtaking scenery, its soft sand and crystal clear water, ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
Media Luna (Half Moon) is a smaller beach with pure white sand protected from the trade winds and waves by a tight entrance to this small bay. It's a beautiful place and is perfect for families with small children. The water is calm and shallow so it's great for kids, but also for learning to paddleboard or kayak.
At Playa Grande you’ll find the most unique sand on the island. The sand is very coarse, made up of an artsy collection of broken shells, coral stones, and tiny soft pebbles. Along your walk, you’ll see unique little treasures from the sea, a tiny shell that catches your eye will make the perfect souvenir to spark moments in Vieques. As you hold hands with your loved one, you’ll feel the caress of the breeze, your feet will walk on sand that gradually changes from golden to soft sparkly black.
Bastimento Beach is a northside beach with views of mainland PR to the left and Culebra to the right.
It is a nice long strip of sand for walking, beachcombing, etc. There is a very shallow protected area right at the edge of the sand which is shielded by a line of reef and rocks. There is good snorkeling as well, depending on wind and waves.
There is some shade along the shore from the bushes and palm trees.
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