Travelers vacationing in this section of Puerto Rico typically enjoy a day at one of the gorgeous beaches. Here, you shouldn't be too far from nearby beaches.
Each of the access points along the coast of Puerto Rico are different; even subtle characteristics could mean the difference between an uneventful visit and a lively day in the sun. You're bound to find an option that suits you in the following table. Click the names below to see more details:
|Cana Gorda Beach||--||--||10.8 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Playa Santa||--||--||3.0 mi. South-Southwest of Guánica|
|Ballena Beach||--||--||3.5 mi. East of Guánica|
|Rosado Beach||--||--||3.8 mi. South West of Guánica|
|Manglillos Beach||--||--||3.8 mi. South West of Guánica|
|Tamarindo Beach||--||--||4.0 mi. East of Guánica|
Cana Gorda Beach is the closest to Mary Lee's By the Sea. Caña Gorda Beach is so favored by locals that many own vacation homes nearby. This means you'll want to hit the beach early in order to stake your claim on a nice plot of oceanfront property.
Vacationers may also stop in at Manglillos Beach at which many visitors create a stir of activity. Located on the south coast of Puerto Rico, Manglillo Beach is part of the Dry Forest Reserve. The calm waters and beautiful surroundings make it a favorite amongst both locals and tourists, especially on weekends.
Hopping over to a town or community that neighbors your villa complex can add some depth to your vacation experience, whether you're browsing a beautiful natural setting, or interacting with the locals while on your trip. Mary Lee's By the Sea is situated along the southern outskirts of Guánica.
The following table contains a listing of areas near Mary Lee's By the Sea:
|Liborio Negron Torres||6.3||NNW|
Mary Lee's By the Sea is an excellent spot for active visitors. There are many active pursuits to be enjoyed when exploring near this accommodation. Yes, this area has a lot of places for vacationers to explore, like, , and . Of the three, the closest is .
If these attractions don't interest you, you'll find a number of other choices nearby; the closest to this property are listed in the table below.
|Park||--||--||1.5 mi. West of Guánica|
|Guanica Lighthouse||Lighthouse||--||--||1.3 mi. South of Guánica|
|Bosque Estatal De Guánica||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||2.2 mi. East of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||3.0 mi. Southeast of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||3.7 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Park||--||--||1.3 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Park||--||--||8.3 mi. East-Northeast of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||8.5 mi. North of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||10.7 mi. North of Guánica|
|Museo Historico de Las Piedras||Museum||--||--||San German|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||3.0 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Bosque Estatal De Boquerón||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||4.2 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Punta Pitahaya Nature Area||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||5.5 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||--||--||10.8 mi. South West of Utuado|
If you're looking for a chance to see something a little different, Guanica Lighthouse could be a good option. A historic lighthouse located in the Guanica State Forest, the Guanica Lighthouse was first lit in 1893, and served until 1950. The historical significance of this site comes from the tale of lighthouse keeper Robustiano Rivera, who, in July of 1898, spotted the American forces as they were lading on the island during the Spanish-American war, and was able to warn local residents.
Learning more about nearby hotel booking possibilities is generally a good way to get a feel for the surrounding area. While there is only one additional place to stay right around Mary Lee's By the Sea, the tranquil surroundings here are what make it an ideal choice for those looking to find a secluded vacation spot.
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