Culebra Beach Villas

Address: Flamenco Beach , Culebra, Puerto Rico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Flamenco Beach , Culebra, is near Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco), Culebra National Wildlife Reserve, Carrer del Apuntadors, and Flamenco Peninsula.
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      Travel Blogs from Culebra

      Day 36

      A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Dec 28, 2013

      3 photos

      ... 8217;ll spend as much money, but you’ll have a much better time snorkeling where YOU want to snorkel, eating food you want to eat and sitting on a private beach. There was a nice couple on the cruise that we spent some time talking to...a big shout out to Matt and Barbie from Tampa, Florida!! We were all a little disappointed with the day, but we made the best of it and did have a good time ...

      A Change of Plans

      A travel blog entry by sudell on Nov 22, 2013

      7 photos

      ... guides spent time with her and a few other "cautious" swimmers and gave her several pointers on snorkeling. The hiking portion brought us around to the other side of the Cay where there is an old lava tube that results in some great wave action and splashing. All in all, a lot of fun. Then back to the kayaks and back to the marina. It was there that we discovered the tragedy in my slight self-inflicted injury. The ...

      The Next Phase

      A travel blog entry by dixiej on Apr 09, 2013

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... we have a double yellow, it doesn't mean you can't turn, you just can't pass. We also use the wide yellow boxes to wait to make a turn. We were all kinda confused but we smiled and he was pretty good about it. He then asked who was in the front seat. We identified Michelle. He told her he should give the ticket to her because I was busy concentrating on driving in the Left lane and she should have been navigating correctly! All in ...

      I've survived world war 2

      A travel blog entry by pierluc.f on Mar 26, 2013

      6 comments, 3 photos

      ... under this rain to be all wet. This
      weekend I'm going to climb El Toro Negro, which is the highest peak
      of the rainforest at 1075 meters of altitude, I can't wait to be
      there!

      Oh! About the title, is because the day we left the island, a 7 years old girl found grenades on the beach near the wrecked tank and they exploded. The grenades date of the second world war, when US use the island for army practice. The girl still at the hospital, but she survived!!!
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      Two & a half more days

      A travel blog entry by pollycat on Aug 22, 2012

      22 photos

      ... of there with our first stop being Meagan's Bay Beach.

      Our taxi driver was a little perplexed as to why we wanted to go to that beach as it's the only beach on the island that you have to pay a fee to enter but I just had to go! It really is as beautiful as it looks in the movie if not more so. Being located on the west side of the island it is an incredibly sheltered and calm place to swim, I could have spend all day there but with so many ...