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Awesome Things to Do in Vieques, Puerto Rico

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When Elliot and I began planning our winter getaway to Puerto Rico, we were pretty intentional with our itinerary. We wanted to have a relaxing trip that didn’t involve too many hotel switches, but we also wanted to make sure our tourism dollars were being put to good use.

We decided to split our time in Puerto Rico between the city and the beach; we spent 5 days in San Juan, and 3 days on the island of Vieques.

Vieques is a small island 8 miles off the east coast of the main island of Puerto Rico. Most well-known for being home to the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world, Vieques is also a popular weekend getaway spot for both locals and tourists alike.

Sunset on Vieques

A little Vieques history

It would be easy to simply say that Vieques is a laid-back, beachy paradise, but I think it’s important to know about the island’s history before visiting, too.

Vieques was first inhabited by indigenous people that came from Caribbean regions like Cuba and Hispanola. They became known as the Taíno people, and were the first people Christopher Columbus would have come into contact with when he “discovered” the New World.

The Spanish claimed Vieques along with Puerto Rico in the 1490s. The smaller island eventually became a center for Taíno rebellion against the Spanish, leading to the Spaniards killing, imprisoning, or enslaving most of the native population of the island.

After the Spanish rolled in, Vieques experienced a few hundred years of lawlessness, becoming a hotspot for pirates and smuggling. Then came the sugarcane plantations in the mid-1800s. In 1898, after Spain lost the Spanish-American War, Vieques (along with the rest of Puerto Rico) changed hands and became a US territory.

Playa Negra

In 1941, the US military seized most of Vieques to be used as an outpost for its Roosevelt Roads Naval Station on the Puerto Rican mainland. After WWII ended, the US Navy continued using Vieques for munitions testing and didn’t leave Vieques until 2003, after a few long years of local protests.

After the military left, much of Vieques was designated a National Wildlife Refuge. But there are still scars left behind; some visible (like the signs around the island warning you to watch out for unexploded bombs), and some more sinister (like the mysteriously high rates of cancer and other serious illnesses among longtime residents).

On top of all this, Vieques was hit hard by Hurricane Maria in 2017; not only were buildings flooded and destroyed, but the world-famous bioluminescent bay went dark for a while, as the tiny organisms that produce the bay’s glow all died.

But Vieques has rebounded. There are few physical signs of hurricane damage any longer, and the bio bay is now brighter than it ever was before. And since the island doesn’t get the cruise ship tourists that the main island of Puerto Rico sees each year, we knew our tourism dollars could do some good on Vieques.

Media Luna from the air

When to visit Vieques

NOTE: Vieques is open again to visitors, but ALL people traveling to Puerto Rico need to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to their departure. More info here. The Vieques ferry has also been operating for locals only; tourists may need to fly to the island.

The weather in Puerto Rico is generally pretty warm and tropical year-road, but there are definitely some months that are better for a visit than others.

Puerto Rico basically has two tourism “seasons.” Peak season is from December to May, and off-peak season runs from June through November. June-November is also hurricane season in the Caribbean, and can be slightly wetter (and obviously also sometimes full of hurricanes).

Another thing to consider when visiting Vieques is the moon cycle. If kayaking in Mosquito Bay (the famous bioluminescent bay) is on your to-do list, you’ll want to schedule it for as close to the new moon as possible, since darker skies make for a brighter bay.

Elliot and I visited Vieques at the new moon in late February, and it ended up being pretty perfect. It was hot enough to swim (and the water here is always warm enough for swimming), and the bio bay was super bright!

Perfect beach weather!

How to get to Vieques island

There are two different ways to get to Vieques: you can take the ferry, or you can fly.

The ferry leaves from Ceiba, which is a little over an hour from San Juan by road. The ferry is cheap (only $2 per person) and only takes about half an hour. But the ferry can get crowded (especially on holiday weekends), and locals are always given preference over tourists. They do offer a small number of tickets for pre-booking online (here), but there is sometimes a risk of not making it onto your desired boat.

The other way to get to Vieques is by flying. There are flights from 3 different airports to Vieques; you can fly from San Juan International Airport (SJU), Isla Grande Airport (SIG), or Ceiba Airport (RVR). Several small airlines fly these routes a couple times per day, including Vieques Air Link and Cape Air.

Flying with Vieques Air Link

The flights are short (30 minutes from SJU, 20 minutes from SIG, and 10 minutes from RVR), and prices can vary. The most expensive route is from SJU, and the cheapest from RVR.

Elliot and I flew on Vieques Air Link from Isla Grande (SIG), which is not far from SJU. It’s a small regional airport, and we paid $170 round trip each. You fly in tiny planes (ours had seating for 10), and don’t be surprised when you AND your luggage have to step on a scale before boarding.

In the end, we were glad we flew. It was quicker, didn’t involve paying for a taxi to/from Ceiba, and the views were pretty phenomenal!

Flying back into San Juan

Pro tip: If you’re planning to fly back home directly after your time on Vieques, I highly recommend allowing at least a few hours in between your flights. Flights to/from Vieques can sometimes experience flight delays due to weather. (Our flight back, for example, was delayed 2.5 hours because of a stubborn storm hanging out above San Juan.)

Things to do on Vieques

Once you finally GET to the little island of Vieques, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of things to do if, like me, you aren’t really the “lay-on-a-beach-for-days” type of traveler.

Vieques is home to less than 10,000 people, and only has two “cities:” Isabel II in the north, and Esperanza in the south. The latter is the touristy town where you’ll find most of the island’s guesthouses and restaurants.

Here are some of the top things to do on Vieques:

1. Go beach hopping

Playa La Chiva

I kept joking while we were on Vieques that the island (which only covers about 50 square miles) is pretty much just one big beach.

There are many, many choices when it comes to swimming and sun bathing. All the beaches on the island are public, and most were somewhere between really quiet and completely empty when we visited.

A beach all to ourselves

Most of the best beaches on Vieques are along the island’s southern coast, with some local favorites being located within the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. (Note, though, that the far eastern part of the island is not open to the public!)

Playa Caracas, within the wildlife refuge

Some beaches worth visiting include:

  • Media Luna – A horseshoe-shaped beach with calm, clear waters. This was our favorite beach on Vieques!
  • Playa La Chiva – A wide beach in the wildlife refuge that has some good snorkeling spots.
  • Playa Caracas – Another beach in the wildlife refuge with good snorkeling.
  • Sun Bay Beach – A wide beach with palm trees; you can often find horses roaming here (they’re not wild, just free-range).
  • Playa Negra (Black Sand Beach) – Getting to this beach requires a short hike through the forest, but the soft black sand at the end is worth it.
  • Coconut Beach – This beach was right across the street from our guesthouse, and it was quiet and perfect for watching sunsets.
  • Punta Arenas – Located at the northeast tip of the island, this beach requires a drive on a very rough road. It’s a good spot to snorkel with sea turtles.
  • El Gallito (Gringo Beach) – A nice, calm beach on the northern side of the island.

Playa Negra (Black Sand Beach)Swimming in Media Luna

Note that the roads leading to some of these beaches are unpaved and rutted; they can get really muddy and dangerous after heavy rain, so be careful!

2. Kayak at Mosquito Bay at night

Puerto Rico is home to three of the brightest bioluminescent bays in the world, with the brightest being Mosquito Bay on Vieques.

A bioluminescent bay is a bay that’s filled with lots of tiny organisms called dinoflagellates. These microscopic creatures are a type of plankton, and omit light when the water around them is disturbed; you can kind of think of them as the fireflies of the sea.

Mosquito Bay has one of the highest concentrations of these light-emitting dinoflagellates in the world, and you can see them in action by kayaking around the bay at night.

It’s nearly impossible to capture this experience with a GoPro, smartphone, or regular camera – you’d need some serious professional gear in order to really do it justice. But suffice it to say that this is one of the COOLEST things I’ve ever done. (You can see a video here.)

As you paddle in the dark, the water around your paddles and the bottom of the boat sparkles with silver-blue pinpricks of light. If you dip your hand into the water, you can see tiny trickles of light drip down your arm. Splash around, and it gets even brighter.

But don’t worry: scientists say none of this harms the dinoflagellates in the water.

You’ll need to book a guided tour in order to do this, and there are many companies that offer nighttime kayaking tours on Vieques. We went with Bieque Eco Trips, and had a really good guide who explained the phenomenon well, did some star gazing with us, and allowed us plenty of time to paddle around while singing Star Wars music. (We were in clear-bottomed kayaks, so every time we moved fast, it felt like we were entering into hyperdrive. )

Book a tour online here.

Pro tip: Advanced bookings for these tours is absolutely essential, especially around the new moon (the darker it is, the brighter the bay will appear). Not every company on Vieques offers online booking, so you may actually have to pick up the phone in order to reserve a spot. I highly recommend going with a company that offers clear-bottomed kayaks.

3. Go snorkeling

You can swim with sea turtles!

It’s not exactly the Great Barrier Reef, but there are still some really cool snorkeling opportunities around Vieques – including the chance to snorkel with sea turtles and rays.

You can go snorkeling on your own at several beaches (Punta Arenas, Blue Beach, and Playa Pata Prieta are all decent for snorkeling), or you can book a guided trip that will take you to other spots, including the Mosquito Pier.

The Mosquito Pier is a long fishing pier that turtles often like to hang around. We saw three while just walking along the end of the pier.

If you’re interested in a guided snorkeling tour on Vieques, try Jak Water Sports, Abe’s Snorkeling & Bio Bay Tours, or Vieques Paddleboarding.

4. Take a horseback riding tour

Vieques is great for horseback riding!

You’ll see horses roaming free all over Vieques. These horses aren’t wild, but may seem like it when you see them strolling along the beach or chilling on the side of the road.

Horseback riding is a great way to see Vieques from a slightly different vantage point. I wasn’t able to do this on our trip because of weather issues, but it’s something I would definitely recommend! The Esperanza Riding Company and Colon Horseback Riding are both good options on the island.

5. Eat at a food truck

Dexter’s Backyard BBQ food truck

Food trucks are quite popular on Vieques! There’s a food truck park at the north end of the island called Vieques Food Park, and trucks also gather each day in the parking lot at Esperanza Beach.

Elliot and I may or may not have eaten twice at Dexter’s Backyard BBQ since the truck was at Esperanza Beach twice during our stay. The brisket is unreal, the cobbler is some of the best I’ve tried, and they also had a watermelon lemonade that I couldn’t get enough of.

Mmmm, BBQ!

6. Enjoy sunset drinks

The “main road” in Esperanza is basically just a strip of different restaurants and bars, most with patios that offer views of the ocean.

Take a walk along the Malecon (a paved boardwalk overlooking the ocean) and take your pick from a handful of bars and restauratns. Grab a seat, order a drink, and enjoy a beach sunset at least once.

Sunset from the Malecon

7. Go on a jungle hike

Lastly, if you want to get more active on Vieques, there technically ARE some hikes you could try. Personally, hiking in hot and humid weather is literally one of the last things I like doing when I travel, so Elliot and I didn’t bother bringing any hiking shoes.

The most popular hike is one around the Playa Grande Sugar Mill Ruins in the southwest part of the island, though I’ve read that the trails aren’t always well-marked, and there’s no cell reception – so proceed at your own risk!

You can also hike to Cayo de Tierra, an almost-island attached by a sand bar to Vieques in between Esperanza Beach and Sun Beach.

Cayo de Tierra

Where to stay on Vieques

You won’t find any huge beach resorts or hotels on Vieques; this is a small island that still feels like a small island. Most of the accommodation options here are small guesthouses and vacation rentals.

Elliot and I stayed at the Vieques Guesthouse, which is within walking distance to all the restaurants in Esperanza, as well as Coconut Beach. We LOVED this guesthouse. Our room was spacious, the price was reasonable (just over $100 per night), and the owners were so incredibly friendly and full of great island recommendations.

Vieques GuesthouseVieques Guesthouse

Best of all, we were kitted out with all sorts of beach gear to use for free during our stay, including snorkeling gear, beach chairs, a small cooler, towels, and even a shade umbrella.

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Other good hotel/guesthouse options on Vieques include:

  • Malecon House – The top-rated hotel on the island on TripAdvisor.
  • Hacienda Tamarindo – A more secluded, luxury getaway.
  • El Blok Hotel – A unique, urban-inspired adults-only hotel.
  • Casa de Amistad – The top-rated B&B on the island.
  • Bravo Beach Hotel – An option in Isabel II instead of Esperanza.

There are also a lot of vacation rental options on Vieques, listed on sites like Vrbo. These would be an excellent option if you’re planning a longer stay, or if you’re traveling with a group or large family.

Some vacation rental listings to check out include:

  • Bonita Vista – This romantic retreat is perfect for two and comes complete with a private pool overlooking the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Media Luna at Paradise Cove Suites – This modern suite includes access to a beachfront gazebo and a natural swimming pool.
  • Wind Dancer – This 2-bed, 2-bath condo on the north side of the island is open and airy with ocean views.
  • Barefoot Bungalow – This 3-bed bungalow sits right on the ocean, but also has a private pool that guests have all to themselves.
  • Vieques Villa – This gorgeous villa sits up in the hills and has a large private pool with panoramic views.

Where to eat on Vieques

There aren’t a *ton* of places to choose from, but some of our favorites during our stay included:

  • Rising Roost for coffee and breakfast
  • Trade Winds Restaurant for Sunday brunch
  • Dexter’s Backyard BBQ (food truck) for lunch
  • Coquí Fire Café (near the ferry terminal) for lunch
  • Tin Box (in the center of the island)
  • El Guayacán for dinner
  • Bananas for drinks with a view

Rising Roost

Can you visit Vieques on a day trip?

Technically, yes, you can visit Vieques on a day trip from the main island of Puerto Rico. There are day-long snorkeling and sailing trips you can book, or you could conceivably fly/take the ferry to Vieques in the morning and leave in the evening.

I would not recommend this, though; you really need more than just part of a day on Vieques! AND, if you want to take a tour of the bio bay, this is something that has to be done at night, meaning you really do need to stay over.

Plus, you’ll need to stay longer to see one of these beach sunsets!

How long to spend on Vieques

So if a day trip isn’t long enough, how long SHOULD you stay on Vieques?

Personally, I think you need at least 3 days to explore all of Vieques. A longer trip of 5-7 days would be great, too, especially if you like to take things a bit slower, but 2-3 nights is perfect as an add-on to a longer trip in Puerto Rico.

Elliot and I stayed 2 nights on Vieques, and it honestly wasn’t long enough! We got to see/do most of the things we wanted to, but we definitely would have loved to have another night or two.

Me with a giant Ceiba tree

How to get around on Vieques

Renting a car or Jeep is the best way to get around on Vieques, even though rentals can be quite pricey (anywhere from $60-$90 per day is standard). But having the freedom to explore all corners of the island makes it worth it in my opinion.

Jeeps are the most popular rental vehicles on the island, and are sometimes a good idea to tackle the bumpy roads to some of the island’s best beaches. But Jeeps are the vehicles that will book up first. If you can’t rent a Jeep (or just don’t want to), you absolutely can still get around Vieques in a regular car, too.

We rented a Kia Soul from Maritza’s Car Rental, and it was just fine! (And I’d highly recommend renting from them.)

Esperanza Beach

So there you have it: more than you probably ever thought you needed to know about planning a trip to Vieques.

We loved our trip to this little slice of paradise, and definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a tropical getaway. Right now especially, your tourism dollars can really help the local economy on Vieques.

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We lived on Vieques Island for six months, house sitting. This does not make us locals, nor does it make us tourists. We fall somewhere in between. What it does make us is somewhat of authoritarians in so far as what you might want to know as a tourist or what it is like to live on Vieques.

When we first accepted the assignment to come and live here for six months, naturally the first thing we did was jump on the internet to find out firstly, where Vieques was exactly (that’s right, we had no idea!) and any information about what we would find here in as far as shops, facilities etc. The information we found was pretty lacking, to say the least. We had to ask the home owner if we needed to bring supplies from the big island (Puerto Rico).

So we have put together all the information we couldn’t find when we took a blind leap of faith and agreed to spend six months on this little Puerto Rican Island in the Caribbean.

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Vieques is an island in the north east Caribbean area sometimes referred to as the Spanish Virgin Islands. Approximately 8 miles east of Puerto Rico, Vieques is 21 miles long and 4 miles wide, with a population of approximately 14,000.

How to Get to Vieques

Getting to Vieques can be both easy and tricky.


From San Juan International (SJU-VQS) – a 30-minute flight.
From Isla Grande Airport (SIG-VQS) – 10 min cab ride from SJU, then a 20-minute flight.
From Ceiba Airport (RVR-VQS) – 1 hour cab from San Juan, then, a 7-minute flight.
From St Croix (STX-VQS) – 20min flight.
All these flights are on small planes which have a less than normal baggage limit.  Last we checked it was 25lbs and $1 per lb for excess baggage.


The ferry leaves from the Fajardo Ferry Terminal which is about a 1-hour cab ride from San Juan.  Vans are located outside the baggage claim at SJU.  They can seat up to 10 people and will cost around $100 for the trip.

The ferry is 1 hour from Fajardo to Vieques.   Be prepared to wait and possibly bumped if the ferry is full, regardless of having a ticket. Vieques residents are seated first and the system is less than reliable. We were caught out on our first ferry ride. You can read about that here, but don’t be disheartened, just be prepared and patient.

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Accommodation on Vieques

Vieques is not overloaded with your standard touristy island resorts people expect of the Caribbean – Yet. Even so, there is still a nice selection of accommodation options. To name a few (as there are only a few!) W Resort, Blue Horizon Resort, Horizon Resort, Hix Island House and the newly opened El Blok Resort.

There are also a number of smaller guest house style motels and B&B options in Esperanza and outlying areas of Isabelle II. Most people will opt for a private vacation rental, villa or casita. There are a number of websites offering private rentals.

As with vehicles, be mindful of theft on the island and always ensure your accommodation is locked and no valuables are left in plain sight.

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Getting Around on Vieques

Most people visiting Vieques rent a car and this is probably your best option. Most rentals on the island are 4×4 Jeeps, as the roads across the island can vary from okay to very bad to OMG someone has bombed the road. Access to many of the beaches is off road and can only be accessed in a 4×4. If you do rent a jeep be very careful of the wild horses roaming the island, they have a tendency to run out on the road, especially at night.

As with accommodation, do not leave valuables in the car – ever. Petty theft is rife on the island and it is recommended to leave cars empty and unlocked, especially at secluded beaches to avoid having windows smashed.

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There is a taxi service on the island as well as public vans. The public vans are identified by the “Vieques y Sus Barrios” sign on the windshield. (Vieques and Neighborhoods).  You can wave the vans down on the street or call to be picked up. They are also parked just outside the Ferry Terminal on the right as you head into town.  Expect a minimum $10 fare if not sharing or around $3 per person.

Some of the public vans will take you to the main Wildlife Refuge beaches such as Playa Caracas (Red Beach) but not all. Only a few of the main beaches can be accessed by public vans as they are not 4WD.

Expect a minimum $10 fare if not sharing or around $3 per person. Some of the public vans will take you to the main Wildlife Refuge beaches such as Playa Caracas (Red Beach) but not all. Only a few of the main beaches can be accessed by public vans as they are not 4WD.

Shopping on Vieques

Vieques has two towns one on each side of the island.  The main town is Isabelle Segunda (Isabelle II) and the other, Esperanza. Isabelle II is the administrative centre and capital of Vieques. Here you will find postal and banking services, doctors and dentists, as well as restaurants and a small collection of boutiques. Esperanza is a small tourist town on the other side of the island. Here you will find a small strip of restaurants and bars as well as a few small souvenir boutiques and a

Esperanza is the small tourist town on the other side of the island. Here you will find a small strip of restaurants and bars as well as a few small souvenir boutiques and a basic colamado store. Vieques, whilst not having a lot of retail variety, has all the stores you need to provision for a holiday or for day to day shopping needs.

Here you will find a complete guide.

Eating & Drinking

Vieques has loads of great restaurants, mostly Puerto Rican and American. Restaurants range from great street-side vendors to upscale dining. There are many options, so we will not list them all, we will, however, share some we consider to be the better dining experiences on the island. These are just some of the choices we have found to be worth a mention.

A Guide To Wining & Dining On Vieques

Beaches on Vieques

One of the big draw cards bringing people to Vieques is its stunning Caribbean beaches.  This is one of the rare Caribbean islands where you can still have a beach all to yourself. Well not all of them all of the time, but a lot of the time!

There are loads of beaches on Vieques and all of them are special for one reason or another. Some are hard to find, some are hard to get to, and some you are always guaranteed to have to yourself. So make the effort to visit as many as you can when on Vieques.

Here is a list of just a few to get you started.

Things to do on Vieques Other Than Beaches

Mosquito Pier Snorkelling

If you drive out of Isabelle II on the 200 past the airport you will see the turnoff to Mosquito Pier. Drive all the way down until you reach the security gate and park your car. On the left-hand side near the security office, you will notice a set of concrete stairs leading into the water.

The stairs were put there by local dive companies and make a great entry point for snorkelling along the rock wall and pier. Turtles are frequently seen under the pier and there is a good assortment of fish and fan corals.

Bio Bay Bioluminescent Tour

Vieques has the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world and is a must-see when visiting Vieques. Pick a night with little or no moon and book with one of the operators who are licensed to enter the bay. You can take kayak tours or visit by electric boat. Either way, it is a magical sight and a great way to spend an evening.

Horse Riding

Vieques is famous for the wild horses that roam the island, so why not go for a horseback ride along the beach. There are a number of local operators offering rides along various beaches.

Paddle Boarding and Kayaking

Vieques has lots of protected bays with small islands and inlets to explore. There are a number of operators in Esperanza offering paddleboard and kayak hire and tours.

Explore the Central Playa Grande Sugar Mill Ruins –

Closed since the early 1940s these ruins have been reclaimed by the jungle and make for a great explore. Here you will find all the details from our afternoon adventure there.

Visit the Old Fort

One of the last forts built by the Spanish in the Americas.  It sits on the hill overlooking the town of Isabelle II. The old fort houses a museum and is often the venue for local concerts and art shows.


Vieques has the annual Fiestas Patronales, usually in the third week of July. Five days of party and celebration to honour the patron saint of Vieques and fishing. You can read about it here.

Go to a Cock Fight

Probably not most people’s cup of tea, but like it or not cockfighting is legal in Puerto Rico and is a very organised sport. Vieques has a cockfighting venue on the 200 just down the road from the big Morales supermarket. If you are curious or fancy a flutter (excuse the pun) most weekends during the season you will find some action there. You can read about our day at the cockfighting arena here.

And if that’s not enough information to give you an idea of what to expect on Vieques, check out our post about life on a tropical island

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RUB 16 803


W Retreat & SpaHotel

2. 8 km from City Center

Located on Vieques Beach, this hotel offers seafood cuisine served in a casual restaurant on site.

Excellent2020 reviews

Price from
RUB 40 146


Blue Horizon Boutique ResortHotel

City center 7.1 km from the hotel

The hotel features an outdoor pool and 10 rooms with sea views.

Excellent9898 reviews

Price from
RUB 8 941


El BlokHotel

6.5 km from City Center

This comfortable hotel with a nightclub, swimming pool and tennis court is located next to Parts Unseen and 7 km from the city centre.

Excellent3333 reviews

Price from
RUB 12 002


Great EscapeHotel

6. 5 km from City Center

This design hotel features an outdoor pool and lounge bar for a comfortable stay.

Excellent55 reviews

Price from
RUB 11 342


Hacienda TamarindoHotel

2.3 km from the city center

This luxury hotel is located near Bioluminescent Bay and about 15 minutes’ walk from Parts Unseen, and features a picnic area and a library.


Price from
RUB 17 283


Bravo Beach HotelHotel

1000 m from city center 2.6 km from hotel city center

Featuring a private pool, this hotel is located close to El Viequense Sea Tours and the ferry terminal.

Excellent2323 reviews

Price from
RUB 9 301


Sea Gate HotelHotel

500 m from the city center 1. 8 km from the hotel 1.8 km from the city center

This hotel is located near Highway 997 and offers garden views from the rooms.

Price from
RUB 9 962


The Crow’S Nest InnHotel

Located near Vieques, this hotel features an outdoor pool and terrace views.



Great Escape And Breakfast InnBed and Breakfast

5.6 km from City Center

This snorkeling, diving and horseback riding hotel is located close to the Caribbean Sea. offers stunning views.

Excellent22 reviews

Price from
RUB 8 101


Vieques Good Vibe Guest HouseGuest house

200 m from the city center 2.0 km from the hotel 2. 0 km from the city center

This hotel with an outdoor pool is approximately 30 minutes walk from the center of Vieques.

Very good99 reviews

Price from
RUB 6,061


Tranquility By The SeaVilla

6 adults

3 bedrooms

3 beds

1.7 km from City Center 2.3 km from City Center

Featuring a sun terrace and a library, this lovely villa is 3 km from the city centre.

Price from
RUB 10 082


Casa De Amistad Guesthouse ViequesB&B

600 m from the city center 2.2 km from the hotel 2.2 km from the city center

The hotel offers 9 rooms and a good location in the heart of Vieques El Viequense Sea Tours.

Excellent1111 reviews

Price from
RUB 9 121


Isla Hermosa Guesthouse ViequesGuest house

1. 9 km from city center 600 m from hotel city center playground and playroom for guests with children.

Very good55 reviews

Price from
RUB 4,621


Bed and Breakfast Finca Victoria ViequesBed and Breakfast

6.5 km from City Center

Located steps from Blue Waters Caribbean Adventures, this hotel offers 7 rooms with sea views.

Very good1111 reviews

Price from
RUB 11 942


Hotel Hix Island House ViequesHotel

6.2 km from City Center

Located next to The Hideout Outdoor Activities, the hotel has 19 rooms with sea views.

Price from
RUB 16 143


Bed and Breakfast Puertas Vieques6.5 km from the city center

6.5 km from the city center

This hotel is located near Esperanza’s Promenade, 2. 6 km from Bioluminescent Bay and offers guests a sun terrace and a bar.

Price from
RUB 15 843


Hotel Vieques En El AireGuest house

2.4 km from city center 1.8 km from hotel city center

Price from
RUB 7 141


Hotel Lejos Eco Retreat ViequesGuest house 6.9 km from the city center

Price from
RUB 17 403


5 Minutes Walk To Bioluminescent Bay Bnbcampsite-Not Hotel Fully Equipped Tents Rental Transportation 7 Per Person Port Pickup-D-Off Sunset Antorches Dinner-Yellow Cuban Rice-Jumboshrimp-Deepspices-Sauce Salad 150 Dollars Plus Rent-1 0R 2Guests SameLuxury Tent

City center 6.2 km from the hotel

Price from
RUB 3,961


Crab Island Adventures Apartments ViequesApartment

City Center 1.7 km from the hotel

Price from
RUB 8 641


Villa Casa Amor ViequesVilla 6.

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