Goin2Travel Real Estate

Vieques $50,000 LOTS / $225,000 1/2 Acre Parcels / All $1,126,999.00
Property # 761


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CONTACT INFORMATION
Name: Mr. Herrera
Phone: 1-832-257-3507
Cell: 1-832-663-0001
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Property Description
7 Ac. in all, will sell 2Ac. Lots Vacant Land on the Island of Vieques Puerto Rico. Has All Utilities Water/Phone/Power. Oceanviews of our sister Islands Culebra and Puerto Rico. As well as St. Thomas to the East. This a multi-purpose property can be used for a hotel.Owner Financing Available
Amenities
Ocean View
Partial Ocean View
Mountain View
Sunset View
Excellent
3+ Car
Driveway
Landscaped
Wall/Fence
7Acres in all, will sell Small Lots. Vacant Land on the Island of Vieques Puerto Rico. Has All Utilities Water/Phone/Power. Oceanviews of our sister Islands Culebra and Puerto Rico. As well as St. Thomas to the East. This a multi-purpose property can be used for a hotel ..Owner Financing Available
Area Information
7 Ac. in all, will sell Small Lots Vacant Land on the Island of Vieques Puerto Rico. Has All Utilities Water/Phone/Power. Oceanviews of our sister Islands Culebra and Puerto Rico. As well as St. Thomas to the East. This a multi-purpose property can be used for a hotel.Owner Financing Available
Area Activities
The refuge contains several ecologically distinct habitats including; beaches, coastal lagoons, mangrove wetlands, and upland forested areas. Some of excellent examples of sub-tropical dry forest in the Caribbean can be found on refuge lands. The marine environment surrounding the refuge contains coral reefs and sea grass beds. The refuge and its surrounding waters are home to at least two plants and eight animals on the Federal endangered species list including; the Caribbean West Indian manatee, the Brown Pelican, and four species of sea turtles. In addition to its ecological value, the refuge contains important resources of archaeological and historic significance, legacy of the Taiino culture and sugar cane era.
Special Notes
Best Beaches
Everybody has a favorite beach, and the choices are passionately defended. Perhaps the beach we love best depends at least partly on what we like to do there. Below, we offer some tempting suggestions.

A Quiet Picnic:
Green Beach offers exotic scenery and stunning views of the main island as well as a popular weekend anchorage. Enter via gate to Western Fish & Wildlife Preserve, next to the airport and proceed until the very Western tip of the island. Snorkeling opportunities abound.



A Dip While Snacking and Shopping:
Esperanza Beach, right off the Boardwalk (Malecon). Cayo Afuera, an island in front of Esperanza has great snorkeling on the East side. Easy access from the staircase to the right of la Nasa, in front of Duffy's.



Snorkeling:
There are lots of choices, but our favorite snorkel departs from Playa La Chiva (Blue Beach) and goes to the western side of Chiva island. Enter via gate to the East Fish & Wildlife Preserve. Watch for turtles on the way out and for eagle rays once you’re in the corals. To get to Blue Beach, follow signs past Caracas (Red), cross bridge and look for Isla Chiva to your right.


Making New Friends:
Sun Bay, enter via Sun Bay entrance: The old standby is still one of the loveliest beaches on the island. Convenient and popular with both visitors and locals.







Young Kids:

Media Luna (enter via Sun Bay entrance and proceed East following signs) is protected and calm. Shallow water and a sandy bottom make a perfect spot for families.


White Sand and Crystalline Water:
Playa Caracas (Red beach), enter via gate to the East Fish & Wildlife Preserve. This is the easiest to reach and most developed of the beaches in the eastern Fish and Wildlife Preserve.





Beachcombing:
Playa Grande: On the south shore, this wild stretch of sand, below, is the perfect escape. Drive along the sand road to its end, cross the inlet and walk west forever. From Esperanza, drive West toward La Hueca, turn left onto road 201 and follow the dirt road until the end.



Less Crowded:
Playuela, enter via gate to the East Fish & Wildlife Preserve and follow the signs to Red Beach (Playa Caracas), then take last right before Red Beach. Just around the corner from the busy Red Beach, Garcia Beach is smaller, facing a picturesque island.





Waves and Caves:
Navio Beach (enter via Sun Bay entrance and proceed East, following signs) is a small beach ideal for body surfing. There are two caves on the East side of the beach which can be explored when the tide is out.



A Taste of Undiscovered:
Playa La Platita, Playa La Plata, Playa Escondida These three are the most recently opened beaches in the East End. They consist of narrow stretches of sand between sea-splashed rocky outcrops. Views of expansive Ensenada Honda bay, rolling green hills with a lighthouse atop. Keep going straight after entering the East End, past La Chiva, follow the signs to the beach of your choice.