The Spanish Virgin Islands consist of two major islands and their cays. Vieques Island and Culebra each with their own history and vibe. Culebra is considered the best kept secret in the Spanish Virgin Islands. It is due to the lack of run-off from streams and rivers, Culebra boasts crystal clear waters with sixty feet of visibility on a bad day. The snorkeling and scuba diving around Culebra are outstanding. Tropical fish and other sea life abound. The depths rarely exceed one hundred feet. Flamenco Beach is a great experience which is a nearly flawless, waveless, sheltered cove. It is consistently voted as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches with blue flag international status. You can expect a quite relaxing atmosphere while on the island. Additionally, yachts visiting Vieques also enjoy great beaches, bays and culture. While visiting Vieques a must do evening visit to Mosquito Bay, the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world will amaze you. Experience true tropical bliss and see and visit dozens of undeveloped secluded beaches and coves. A beach lovers paradise and a perfect yachting destination.