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This is the capital of Vieques. It's a small town, though the biggest on the island. It's also where you arrive if you take the ferry. It's not very touristy, and there isn't a whole lot to see, but there are some good restaurants.
We were not impressed by this little town. We had a better time just driving around and exploring the island. I think this might be the best spot for shopping. There was a great smoothie stand across from the ferry. Get a delicious smoothie while...更多
Highly recommended travel destination. Easy to get to but not overrun with tourists. Easily walkable city. Wonderful food choices. Very laid back, uncrowded.
This town was okay. It seemed very Americanized. We got there at about 4 p.m. and encountered a rude American lady who was clearly from the Northeast and owned a little shop that we were hoping to get a snack in. She explained to us...更多
The town has two markets, lots of eateries, shops and a few worthwhile galleries, plus themferry fromthe main island arrives here. Great fresh seafood down at the pier for sale. Parked in a place just vacated in an area where imaginative parking, , due to...更多
If you are searching for the local spirit, you definitely will find it there. Polite and helpful people, few small shops, art gallery and a good ocean facing bars.
We booked an airbnb here instead of the other side of the island. This is a fairly quiet town with not a lot going on most of the time. But it has a much less "touristy" vibe than Esperanza. There are several convenience stores and...更多
This is the less touristy city on the island and we really enjoyed it. Don't miss shopping at the Funky Beehive, it's a fun store with beautiful swim cover ups, hats, jewelry, and other beach wear. The VQS Emporium across from Al's Mar Azul is...更多