Museo Fortín Conde de Mirasol

This distinctive museum was one of the last Spanish forts to be built in the New World, with superb views across Isabel II.

Horseriding on Vieques

You’ll see the famed horses of Vieques grazing all over the island, and the beaches and trails are perfect for riding excursions.

Beach-hopping

Rent a car and explore the pristine coastline of Vieques, from the silky sands of Sun Bay to the reef-rimmed coves of Green Beach.

La Reserva Natural de La Bahía Bioluminiscente

Be mesmerized by the otherworldly glow of the bioluminescent bay at Puerto Mosquito.

Diving Culebra

The offshore cays and rugged coastline of Culebra shelter some of the finest reef dives in the Caribbean.

Playa Flamenco

Lounge on one of the world’s most spellbinding stretches of sand.

Kayaking the Reserva Natural Canal de Luis Peña

Paddle through the calm, clear waters of this marine reserve, home to multicoloured reefs, rays, turtles and tropical fish.

Isla Culebrita

Take a water-taxi to this gorgeous cay off Culebra, topped by a crumbling Spanish lighthouse and fringed with bone-white beaches.

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