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Playa El Gallito, Vieques ā€“ The Gringo Beach That Really Isn’t

They sound like polar opposites, but Gringo Beach and Playa El Gallito are actually one in the same (and well worth visiting) in Vieques.
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Lizzy's Lunchbox, Vieques
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Lizzy’s Lunchbox, Vieques: Prime Pre-Beach Pitstop in Esperanza

Set in the shade at the far east end of Playa La Esperanza, Lizzy's is a tiny food trailer. Do not, however, let its humble size fool you.
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Vieques Palm Tree Swing
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Vieques Palm Tree Swing Moment of Zen

The Vieques Palm Tree Swing makes it easy to enjoy a sweet slice of beach zen astride the sea in Esperanza.
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Cayo Afuera/Cayo Real
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Cayo Afuera, Vieques: An Islet Easily Seen, Yet Hard to Find

Cayo Afuera is easy to see when visiting the village of Esperanza in Vieques. You won't find the tiny islet on any maps, though.Ā 
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Punta Mulas Lighthouse
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Punta Mulas Lighthouse, Vieques ā€“ Uncommon Attraction

Punta Mulas Lighthouse, or Faro Punta Mulas is the first point of interest you'll see when arriving via ferry to Vieques.
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Vieques Horses roaming free on the beach | Credit: Flickr user karlnorling
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The Not So Wild Horses of Vieques

You see horses wandering around on their own across so much of Vieques, in fact, that it's only natural to assume they must be wild.
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Sandcastlematt Makes Art of Caracas Beach, Vieques

Few things bring out the kid in me while adventuring around the Caribbean quite like building sandcastles.
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Playa Negra Black Sand Beach, Vieque
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Playa Negra, Vieques: An Out of Place Black Sand Beach

Located on the southern shore of Vieques just east of the Blue Horizon Boutique Resort, the aptly named Playa Negra is not for everyone.
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BilĆ­ Quenepa-Infused Rum
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BilĆ­: How to Make (and Enjoy) Your Own Quenepa-Infused Rum

Quenepas are the main ingredient used to make BilĆ­, along with rum, of course. Sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, and bay leaves are also commonly used.
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