Isabel Segunda, Isla de Vieques
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Considered Viques’ capital, Isabel Segunda combines a charming mixture of old and new architecture with a rich, interesting history. The sleepy little town abounds with colorfully painted buildings and offers a wealth of historically significant sights, including the last Spanish fort ever built in the Americas: “El Fortín Conde de Mirasol.” Take a stroll through this quaint town and discover its churches, the main shopping district, and a hub of restaurants serving traditional Criollo cuisine. The town is also the arrival and departure point for the Viques ferry, with regular trips departing to Fajardo in Puerto Rico. Plan your Isabel Segunda visit and explore what else you can see and do in Isla de Vieques using our Isla de Vieques travel itinerary maker.
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