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Quaint

Can be scary in certain areas and certain times, but be smart and enjoy what this area has to offer.

Reviewed 4 November 2014
CWG51
Nice little town

There wasn't a whole lot to do while walking around town with the exception of getting a cheap beer... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2014
Amerikki
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Shenzhen, China
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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 4 November 2014

Can be scary in certain areas and certain times, but be smart and enjoy what this area has to offer.

Thank CWG51
Reviewed 3 September 2014

There wasn't a whole lot to do while walking around town with the exception of getting a cheap beer or two. The fort on does offer some exceptional views of the ocean though. Next time I visit Vieques, I will probably stay in Esperanza to...More

1  Thank Amerikki
Reviewed 24 August 2014

Friendly people, nice shops, a whole different way of life for this mid-westerner. I especially liked the wild horses roaming free all around Isabel and most of Vieques.

Thank CandySue1947
Reviewed 13 August 2014

We went to Isabel Segunda to catch a sailing charter. There really isn't much there compared to Esperanza. The area is not very clean and we didn't find a reason to go back. I think there is a lot of potential but the area needs...More

Thank Steelers76
Reviewed 3 August 2014 via mobile

We stayed in Vieques for a week. The house we rented was right outside of Isabel Segunda so we would come here to go the market, eat, etc. I would definitely stay here again instead of Esperanza. It's a peaceful town, but has lots of...More

Thank Jenrs
Reviewed 22 July 2014

We loved that fact that this became our headquarters----we would always default to driving here at the end of a day's adventure. Cafes, delis, supermarkets, funky bars, and of course Medalla (awesome local PR beer) can be found everywhere.

1  Thank Frank D
Reviewed 20 July 2014

It has some restaurants, the post office, supermarket, bank, etc...but not really much else. Admittedly I mostly drove through it, with limited stops at the establishments I listed above but it's not very 'pretty'. One nice thing was that while we were there the island...More

Thank Charo4
Reviewed 15 July 2014 via mobile

Isabel segunda is a small town with the post office, a hardware store, a few small gift shops and some good restaurants. At first glance it looks run down but you have to remember that this is a small island. Houses are crowded together and...More

1  Thank Kalayne76
Reviewed 29 June 2014

My husband and I stayed in Isabel Segunda. The town was definitely rundown. If you like to have more of a "local" feel with less tourists than this is the place for you. The town does have very good restaurants. We wished we had stayed...More

1  Thank Kmonty4
Reviewed 12 June 2014

Isabel Segunda is the Vieques Island Capital city, without all the flash of a capital city. There are sights to visit but the majority of your time can be spent walking the town and enjoying a typical small town. The town is rustic, has the...More

1  Thank Mike-TTME
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