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Getting in the Mix of Vieques

Two major towns in Vieques, Isable Segunda and Esperanza, both with plenty to offer. We've rented... read more

Reviewed 29 January 2014
AeOVA
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Harpers Ferry, WV
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I read some pretty harsh comments about this place being where all the "dregs" hangout. The... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2014
Torrie D
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The pretty capital of Vieques offers a restored 1840s fort and busy waterfront.
  • Excellent40%
  • Very good29%
  • Average22%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible1%
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Reviewed 29 January 2014

Two major towns in Vieques, Isable Segunda and Esperanza, both with plenty to offer. We've rented a home in a neighborhood just outside of town, and are very pleased with our choice. Great places to eat, nearby grocery stores, coffee shops (boy, I love the...More

Thank AeOVA
Reviewed 12 January 2014 via mobile

I read some pretty harsh comments about this place being where all the "dregs" hangout. The "societal outcasts". Once I saw the place I instantly fell in love. Sure, it's not fancy, but it's a sweet step back in time. The buildings are adorable, the...More

3  Thank Torrie D
Reviewed 31 October 2013

This place seemed pretty sketch and a little more run down than the rest of the island. We ate at Beikes Bistro which was pretty good. Be careful and make sure you know where you're going. Hard to find places.

3  Thank MariaFullofMace
Reviewed 28 October 2013

lots of born locals and americans all playing well with each other Most all home business appear very old some with good upkeep some not......

1  Thank BLRKeyWest
Reviewed 19 June 2013

Just something about it. Narrow streets, town square, shops and restaurants. Has a cool feel if you like small towns in foreign settings. This is where you come in by ferry, so it is easy to grab a bite and explore a little while you...More

Thank michael m
Reviewed 10 June 2013

love the town, wish people would love it more though.. needs cleaner streets, paint jobs, a little sprucing and love you know?!

1  Thank Zorivqs
Reviewed 19 May 2013

We stayed at the W so this is the closest town. There are a couple of places to grab a bite to eat and a couple places to grab some drinks. There is also a grocery store.

Thank Kylie S
Reviewed 29 April 2013

Stop here to taste pastries, visit the organic store, walk the streets of deco styled homes, churches and parks-some restored, others in seaside decay. Wrought iron gates and adornments are beautiful and interesting. Don't expect glitz-there's San Juan for that.-Isabel Segunda seems like a century...More

Thank sydneysmom
Reviewed 12 April 2013

The mostly perfect weather and the beautiful sky and sea nearby can "whitewash" the fact that many areas of the island are crumbling and fetid; however, little Isabel Segunda does have her charms. One can easily walk the main streets of the downtown and ferry...More

1  Thank Anita H
Reviewed 4 April 2013

A bustly little town with lots of music and places to eat & shop. If you can catch the ferry coming in it gets pretty wild & wonderful to take in people watching!

Thank dpostonfamily
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