Often, guests plan to visit Puerto Rico simply because they want to experience the sparkling beaches that the island is known for. Visitors love that this property is located on the water, so you won't need to go out of your way to see one of the most naturally beautiful features of the area. Being able to lay a blanket out while avoiding groups of other visitors all over the place is crucial to many vacationers. This beach has that kind of benefit, since it is located outside of the more crowded areas of Puerto Rico.
Needless to say, since Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia was built directly on Puerto Yabucoa, spending time at the shore is popular with guests staying here. With the area known for the rich and fertile soil, you can bet that Puerto Yabucoa is a beach shrouded by a wall of trees (much like the rest of the region). This helps give the beach a much more natural feel than it really is; located just steps from from homes, baseball fields, and other marks of civilization.
Maunabo Beach is closest to Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia. Nestled between the mountains of southeast Puerto Rico is a sleepy little town known as Maunabo. Within this town there are three beaches: Faro Punta Tuna, Playa Faro, and Los Bohios.
Guests who are interested to know about what is close by may be wondering how close (or far) the nearby town or city is from their accommodations. Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia is found on the eastern edge of the island of Puerto Rico, near Emajagua; it's 2.7 miles to the east of Yabucoa .
The following table contains a listing of areas near Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia:
|Palmas Del Mar||4.0||NE|
Vacationers in search of plenty of activities while vacationing in Puerto Rico will quickly learn that Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia is in a fun location with plenty of nearby sights. Actually, there are a few attractions that are very close by the hotel, for instance, Punta Tuna Lighthouse. Each location is great for tourists at Hotel Parador Palmas de Lucia, but the closest is .and
These provide just a sample of all your options; for more attractions in this area, see those named in the following table.
|Punta Tuna Lighthouse||Lighthouse||--||--||4.0 mi. South of Yabucoa|
|Humacao Wildlife Refuge||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.9||NNE||3.3 mi. East of Humacao|
|Park||14.5||W||5.3 mi. Northwest of Patillas|
If you're searching for an enjoyable experience, Punta Tuna Lighthouse might be what the doctor ordered. Still actively providing light to help water crafts navigate through the dark waters of Puerto Rico at night, the Punta Tuna Lighthouse fell into serious disrepair after the Coast Guard ceased control of it. Today, the light house is being rebuilt, but the project is slow going.
When you're deciding where to book your stay, it's often worthwhile to learn more about nearby lodging possibilities as a way to get a feel for the region. While there is only one other place to stay in this part of Puerto Rico, the quiet surroundings here ensure that it's a perfect choice for guests hoping to find a secluded getaway.
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