- 21Puerto Rico16 reviews
There's a functioning lighthouse at the end of Cabo Rojo that overlooks one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It's approximately a 45 minute drive from the condo.
- 22Puerto Rico6 reviews
the best beach in PR
- 23Cuba79 reviews
Havana is a crumbling colonial paradise, where the cobblestone streets are lined with classic american cars and palm trees, and the air is an unchanging warm breezy embrace. It is fascinating to observe the nuances of everyday life in revolutionary society, where the fundamental social contract is law and basic human rights are upheld as national policy. There is no ...
- 24US Virgin Islands2 reviews
- 25Puerto Rico19 reviews
- 26Dominican Republic2 reviews
It's a cute little beach town with lots of action during the day and plenty of bars, restaurants and discos for evening enjoyment.
- 27The Bahamas
- 28Saint Martin / Sint Maarten2 reviews
the best location to stay on the island in my opinion. perfect quiet beach on the caribbean - not the atlantic ocean like the eastern side of the island
- 29The Bahamas24 reviews
Just a great place to relax and have a good beachy time. Probably going to stay at your resort more than you'd tourist around, but if that's your jam, this is a good place for it.
- 30Puerto Rico3 reviews
We loved the area, with quaint shops and restaurants nearby. El Yunque Rainforest was also nearby, and ended up being our favorite spot.
- 31Dominican Republic24 reviews
I had fun
- 32Dominican Republic9 reviews
- 33Dominican Republic5 reviews
Really nice reasonable priced resorts and nice beaches.
- 34Saint Martin / Sint Maarten9 reviews
Love this town!
- 35Puerto Rico3 reviews
raised in San Sebastian, PR. I have been in Cali over 10 yrs but i miss it everyday. I love Puerto Rico! Perfect place to be a kid.
- 36Puerto Rico16 reviews
See Vieques note. Culebra is even less developed. Flamenco Beach is its crown jewel, a breathtaking mile-long arc of pale sand.
- 37Saint Martin / Sint Maarten6 reviews
Marigot is the capital of French St Martin. There are numerous good restaurants (creole and french), cafe's and an excellent array of boutiques with fashions straight out of Paris. The town is distinctly French with a touch of Creole around the edges. Marigot is split into two areas that are of interest to tourists. Firstly the harborfront which has the ...
- 38St. Lucia10 reviews
Check out the place carenage or point serephine for the ultimate jewellery shopping experience.
- 39Cayman Islands7 reviews
Georgetown reminds me of Singapore - it's just less humid. It's very clean and you see foreigners dressed up in business wear. It's likely because George Town is a big international banking hub. Nevertheless, the city itself isn't remarkable but they have enough restaurants and souvenir shops to keep you occupied.
- 40Puerto Rico2 reviews