Flying into Vieques (20 minutes from San Juan). Esperanza harbor on the Caribbean side in the distance: Casa Paso Fino overlooks the 2 islands in the Esperanza harbor (see other views from house).
The two islands of Esperanza Harbor as seek from the roof pavilion. (The one on the left is connected by a spit of land, which you can cross to walk onto Sun Bay beach.)
Living area on 2nd level looking out to sitting deck and the Esperanza harbor with island and the Caribbean blue waters stretching to the horizon in all directions
Living area on 2nd floor in evening light with French door all open.
Roof pavilion at midday with hammock for reading, napping, or star gazing by night.
Roof deck eating area set for 10 in early evening.
Interesting boats in the Esperanza harbor, as seen from the roof deck of Casa Paso Fino.
Sun Bay, the largest bathing area, seen from the roof deck.A magnificent beach that is never crowded.
Kitchen area of 2nd floor
Looking backward from living area toward kitchen and the bedrooms down the hall. (There is a dining area to the left.)
Twin bedroom 2nd floor
.Twin bedroom on 2nd floor
Living area of two-bedroom casita, looking toward back porch.
Living area of two-bedroom casita, looking toward front porch.
Sitting area of two-bedroom casita, with bedrooms visible on either side of couch.
Front porch of Casita Tia Maria
Master bedroom of two-bedroom casita.
Second bedroom of two-bedroom unit. (Twin beds that can be linked for king sized bed.)
Esperanza harbor with fishing boats and visiting sailors and its islands. (Sun Bay beach is accessible to the left of the 2nd pier in the distance.)
Sun Bay and beach looking toward Esperanza
Clear, calm waters of Vieques -- perfect for swimming, snorkling, and children.
Vieques is ringed by beautiful, uncrowded beaches and clear waters. Many beaches have calm waters perfect for children; others offer surf.
Enjoying the view from the Malecon, looking toward Casa Grande and a hiking area of Vieques.
Late afternoon drinks and snacks on the Malecon.
January sunset from the Malecon
A morning fishing trip!
A trail ride on the Paso Fino (fine gate) horses that roam the island. Enjoy the smooth gait and the views. Young boys often pass the house riding bareback. Evenings and weekends, riders pass along the Malecon in the unique gait of these horses.