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There are 3 days 7 days 14 and 30-day discounts when your dates have selected the discounts will be applied automatically.
The price above is for 1 couple / 2 people. any additional guest
15$ p person per night.
Our home is located in Guanica a coastal town South PR.
This home has the greatest appeal to families with Kids, Corporate getaways, Wedding parties, sports enthusiasts, Zen Seekers
(Water Sports, MTB, Hiking, Yoga).
All Bedrooms Have an A/C (additional fee) & Fan. The rest of the Home Has fans in every room including the bath and balcony. FYI: The breeze from the ocean alone will keep the Entire floor comfortable. All windows are mosquito netted and Have storm Shutters, All entrance doors are metal and Every door in the house is electric locks and has its own passcode.
In the living room, we have a 43 in. 4K Roku TV with a cable internet package. The balcony has plenty of seating.
In the kitchen, there is a large fridge and space where you can do your lite cooking with a GAS griddle, microwave, and toaster. For the more serious cooking needs, The backyard has a BBQ with 6 burners.
We also take pride in letting you know, you will also enjoy
HOT showers with great water pressure. ;-)
We provide lotions, sprays, cream, soaps, pastes, and Toiletries. As well as a Blow dryer, ironing board, iron steamer, Clothesline, extra pillows blankets, linens, etc.
********* NOTE ***********
All listed below With (*)
is limited to guest Staying Two nights or more.
(*) WASHER / DRYER + (FEE)
(*) Beach Gear:
we provide beach chairs, snorkels, umbrella & some fun beach sports equipment
Security & Weather:
The entire home and surroundings are made in concrete and enclosed by a 6 ft brick wall with tiled floors. Unnecessary, but for our tranquility, there are 6 security cameras that record and secure through WiFi along with motion detectors.
This home is Weather ready and has its own power grid and water reserve heating and systems in place, for whatever comes our way.
Children: (for families with reservations with kids)
For the Kids, there are Games both Board and Electronic. some toys, Playpen, Bed Jam, Booster seats, Cut off Gates, Changing area, Baby Washtub, Highchair, and Kids Dishes. There is foam on all the corners, plug covers as well as Draw locks.
we have surrounded our selves with as many colorful and fruit-bearing plants as we can. At the moment we have many verities of cactus/ Succulents and full sun plants like lavender and lemongrass
Fruit soon to be
Pineapple, Mango, Dragon fruit, Lemon. soursop and oranges
In the Area:
Last but not least, this space is located walking distance to the local Plaza, where you will find very lively activities every weekend (FYI: the weekend start on Thursday and ends Monday night...lol!) The beaches are about 5 to 10 minutes away and within 30 min drive, there are tons of local waterfalls/ caves/ Hiking /biking trails.
Guánica (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈɡwanika]) is a town and municipality in southern Puerto Rico (U.S.), bordering the Caribbean Sea, south of Sabana Grande, east of Lajas, and west of Yauco. It is part of the Yauco Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The town of Guánica, also known as Pueblo de Guánica, is the principal town of the municipality. The town's population in 2000 was 9,247 people among 3,808 housing units over a land area of 2.49 square miles (6.45 km2). The town is located on a deeply indented harbor of the same name. The harbor resembles a tropical fjord, narrow and bordered by rugged hills, barely a quarter-mile wide, but about two miles (3 km) from mouth to the town. The town is about 100 miles (160 km) and over two hours driving distance from San Juan, the capital city of the island, and about 20 miles (30 km) west of Ponce, another principal city of the island.
Guánica's postal zip code is 00653 and telephone area codes are 787 and 939. The urban area of Ensenada has a separate postal zip code of 00647.
Juan Ponce de Leon landed in the Guánica harbor on August 12, 1508 and founded a town called Guaynía, a word derived from the Taíno indigenous culture that possibly meant "Here is a place with water". The town, considered the capital of the island of Puerto Rico (which was at that time named Isla de San Juan Bautista), was destroyed during the indigenous uprising of 1511, and the area was abandoned by Europeans for some years, during which time San Juan (itself at first called Puerto Rico) became the capital of the island. The refounded town of Guánica was at first a part of the municipality of Yauco until Guánica was established as a separate municipality on March 13, 1914. Víctor Ángel Sallaberry Safini was Guánica's first mayor.
On July 25, 1898, American forces (who included the young poet-writer Carl Sandburg led by General Nelson A. Miles) landed in Guánica as part of the course of the Puerto Rican Campaign in the Spanish–American War. This invasion led to Puerto Rico being acquired by the United States. The invasion, just one small part of the war between Spain and United States, occurred in Guánica due to its sheltered harbor and proximity to Ponce, besides being such an unexpected site for such an attack, which had been anticipated at the heavily fortified city of San Juan. The Gloucester was the first ship to set anchor in the Bay of Guanica. Twenty-eight sailors and Marines, under the command of Lieutenants H. P. Huse and Wood, departed from the ship on rafts and landed on the beach. The Marines lowered the Spanish flag from the beach flagpole and replaced it with the American flag. They then proceeded to set up a machine gun nest and placed barbed wire around their perimeter. The first land skirmish in Puerto Rico between the Puerto Rican militia and the American forces occurred when Lt. Méndez López and his men attacked and opened fire on the Americans. During the small battle which followed, the Americans returned fire with their machine gun and the Gloucester began to bombard the Spanish position. Lt. Méndez López and three of his men were wounded and the militia unit was forced to retreat to the town of Yauco. The invasion is commemorated by a contentious monument on the waterfront: along a broad paseo (el malecón), there is a large coral boulder marked by the carved words, "3rd Battalion, 1st U.S.V. Engineers, September 16, 1898." July 25 was subsequently commemorated in Puerto Rico as Occupation Day, later renamed Constitution Day
Guánica is a modern town that maintains roots and connections to a traditional past. Known as el pueblo de la amistad (The town of Friendship), it is also occasionally referred to as el pueblo de las doce calles (the town of the twelve streets). The central part of town consists of five streets running north-south crossing seven other streets that run east-west, resulting in a compact grid of 24 square blocks, one of which is the town plaza. Facing the plaza is the Catholic Church, city hall, a school, and many shops; the plaza itself contains greenery, walks, and a music stand. In recent years this central area of the twelve streets has been extensively supplemented by suburbs in the south and west. Hills surround the town and harbor, including the 450-foot (140 m) hill to the east of town, itself topped by the tiny Fort Caprón. Two large factories, one producing fertilizer, partially distract the eye from the pleasant landscape, but both have been important to the economy of the town, at one time dominated by the sugar plantations of Central Guanica. The resort chain known as Club Med once attempted to set up a luxury resort on beaches east of the town, but withdrew due to local opposition which was apprehensive about both environmental and community degradation. East of the town some 200 acres (0.8 km2) of land, including three miles (5 km) of beach, have been intermittently for sale. It is a fishing village; commercial fishermen still ply their traditional trade beyond the harbor entrance. Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa offers beach access and a short boat ride to Giligan Island, which is a great spot to go snorkeling. The water is crystal clear and shallow. People can walk from one island to another. You will see old pieces of coral and many fish!
Tipus de propietat
Guanica, Guánica, Puerto Rico