Things To Do
From the Bio Bay to Horseback Riding to Yoga on the beach, this 'nothing to do' island has plenty to keep you occupied.
Bio Bay Tours
Abe's Snorkeling & Bio Bay www.abessnorkeling.com
Horseback Riding Tours
Esperanza Riding Company
Rum Distillery Tours
Crab Island Rum Distillery
There's Something for Everyone
El Fortin Conde de Mirasol - Vieques' own Spanish Fort!
The Museum Fort Count Mirasol is open to the public Wednesday - Sunday from 10AM to 4PM.
Vieques Conservation & Historical Trust & Museum
Located in Esperanza, this small museum and marine life exhibit offers a great amount of history of Vieques Island as well as education of the island's archeological and historical sites.
The Ceiba Tree - The Ceiba is a tropical tree which features buttress roots which grow upwards out of the ground. Considered the 'Tree of Life' according to many mythologies, the Ceiba Tree is truly mesmerizing.
The Puerto Ferro Man - The burial grounds of a 4,000 year old man, believed to be one of the original settlers of Puerto Rico lies just off Route 997. The burial grounds are striking due to the unusually large boulders which seem eerily out of place. The Puerto Ferro Man burial grounds is one of the most unusual sightseeing stops on Vieques.
Black Sand Beach - Located off of Route 996 past Esperanza, is black sand beach. The trek along the path in jungle-like conditions is well worth the journey.
Sugar Cane Plantation Ruins - Vieques was once home to a sugar cane plantation, and it's ruins are still accessible on foot off of Route 200.
Navy Magazines - While the U.S. Navy was still actively practicing on Vieques, they stored ammunition and other supplies in bunkers which are not visible from aircrafts flying overhead. Today, the magazines are abandoned and serve as one of the spookiest sights on Vieques.
Beaches, Dining, Spa, Adventure...
Vieques has it all.
El Fortin Conde de Mirasol