Punta Mulas Lighthouse
Punta Mulas Lighthouse
The Haven is a recently remodeled and professionally managed home in the beach side village of Bravos de Boston and in the Vieques Garden District. The Haven is comprised of two levels which can be rented separately or together. The Poolside Level is the lower level and the Oceanview Level is the upper level of this private, tropical compound.
Sea View House is a perfectly perched Vieques vacation beach house within one minute of La Chata beach, the true Secret Beach as it is only known by those in the neighborhood and a few local surfers.
The Pool Cottage at the Palm Cottages is one of the Vieques vacation rental cottages at the residential compound which was formerly a church, its rectory, and several small out buildings. The property has been completely renovated and all new as of Summer 2019.
Sea Patch is a recently renovated Vieques vacation rental. A spectacular Master Suite was added with Bravos Boyz signature polished concrete counters and integrated sinks.
Sol Sanctuary is a newly refurbished Vieques vacation rental home sitting on a tropical hillside in the beach side village of Bravos de Boston. The views from this home will dazzle while you see the islands of Puerto Rico, Culebra, St. Johns and St. Thomas and the turquoise Caribbean Sea.
North Shore Pointe is an oceanfront completely renovated Vieques beach rental house on the ever popular North Shore in the beach side development of Bravos de Boston. There is snorkeling in front of and around the house as well as two swimming beaches, La Lanchita beach 60 seconds away and La Chata beach 2 minutes walk from North Shore Pointe.
North Shore Pointe is a brand new and completely renovated beach rental house on the ever popular Vieques North Shore in the beach side development of Bravos de Boston.
Punta Mulas Lighthouse, also known as Faro de Vieques, is an historic lighthouse located in Isabel Segunda on the west shore of Vieques island.
It was first lit in 1896 and automated in 1949. Punta Mulas Lighthouse was the second lighthouse built on Vieques after the Puerto Ferro Lighthouse. The light was established to guide through the dangerous passage formed by a chain of reefs. It was of key importance for navigation in the San Juan Passage.
In 1992, the lighthouse was restored in celebration of the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s first voyage to America. The structure houses a museum featuring the maritime history of Vieques and the Americas as well as other historical exhibits and it is listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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