THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS!
Find the Kiani Lagoon path by Green Beach
Jump off the sugar pier!
Explore The Sugar Mill Ruins
Walk Sea Glass Beach in Isabel
There was a 4000 year old skeleton found at the archaeological site near Sun Bay!
From El Blok's rooftop bar and terrace you can see all of Esperanza! Check out their live music sunset events.
These trains used to carry sugar around the island and are right here in Esperanza
Sun Bay, Just a 15 minute walk away, has bathrooms, a bar, outdoor showers and tons of horses
Snorkel with the sea turtles at Mosquito Pier
There are more than 12 restaurants, bars and food trucks within a five minute walk of the hostel. Try pinchos @Julio's or tacos @ Lizzy's Lunchbox
Try a Medalla, the most popular Puerto Rican beer
Check out the beaches in the reserve! Blue Beach and Red Beach are the favorites, but there are so many!
Grab A Drink At Lazy Jacks
Visit the old military bunkers
Grab a book from our huge library and head to the beach for a day of relaxation
Build a bonfire on the Cayo!
Take a tour of Bioluminecent Bay. Pickup and drop off right on the Malecon.
Get some produce at the farmer's market in Isabel on Tuesdays and Fridays
Rent a scooter or golf cart to explore the island
Try snorkeling at the Esperanza Harbor
Go sailing! Seeing the island from the sea is amazing
Painkillers Are An Island Specialty. Pineapple juice, orange juice, creme de coco, light rum, dark rum and nutmeg topped with a cherry
There is amazing art in unlikely places. Walk around to find hidden treasures
Grab some friends and hang out
Walk across the street to stand at the malecon and watch the sunset.
Walk to black sand beach. The sand is magnetic!
Walking to Black Sand Beach? We like to stop at Blue Horizon's Blue Moon Bar for a chilled glass of sangria and a killer view.
Visit a museum to learn more about the island. We even have an archaeological site!
Buy a fresh coconut to drink from Ramache who sets up his truck just down the street. He always has a piglet or puppy with him
Walk to Navio Beach for caves, cliff jumping and snorkeling
Take a sunset walk down the beach
Visit the old lighthouse in the wildlife reserve. It's untouched and unvamped
The malecon, Esperanza's ocean boardwalk, is great for vendors, strolling and meeting people
Vieques loves to party! Join in one of our festivals or parades
Coconut Beach is just 15 minutes away on foot and a great quiet beach for a day of sand and surf
Check out the Cieba Tree on the north side of the island. It's the oldest tree in the Caribbean!
Hike Media Luna trail to the caves
Get some friends together, grab a few cases of Medalla and have a beach day!