Isabela ocean front luxury condo – homeaway gas constant for air

This is one of Isabella’s most breathtaking beachfront condos and communities. Get ready to be amazed. If you expect nothing but the best for your vacation, look no further because you have arrived to a tropical paradise. Only the highest quality towels, linens, gourmet kitchen, granite, stainless steel appliances, Washer/Dryer and check-out Housekeeping. Flat screen TV’s with cable and access to TV streaming App’s which you can use with your streaming accounts. The condo has security cameras at each point of entry.

When you think about a beach vacation that is ON the ocean look no further. The host Beverly is beyond welcoming, accommodating, sweet and a joy to interact with. Her only goal is to ensure that your vacation is memorable and that you will leave their family vacation home wanting to come back.

You will have this entire condo all to yourself. You and your party will be able to enjoy this as if it were your own private Caribbean getaway. The condominium features a pool and hot tub for residents and their guest as well as a gym. You will have access to all of these amenities and of coarse there is always the natural outdoors and getaways beyond the community.

We will be there to meet you when you check-in to provide keys and show you the ropes. Granted enough time is provided, we would be more than happy to offer suggestions for places to shop, eat, relax and see. Not too mention the secrets to the plethora of beaches and activities that will be available for you to enjoy. View more

The condo reservation was a bit in question after Hurricane Maria. The unit was not optimized due to Hurricane Maria. For example, the elevator, cable and even electricity were affected but still this place was immaculate, well kept, very well docorated, by the beach, comfortable, large enough to sleep 9, had all the amenities from cups, plates, knife, coolers, BBQ Grill, beach chairs, towels, etc. It is right next to the beach, although a bit out of the way from town and there can be a bit of tourist noice. However, you are going to have a hard time finding a better rental in Isabella because of the quality of the furniture, the security, the pool, the Jacuzzi, the view and most importantly, Beverly Sierra, the owner. She was amazing helpful and available and supportive. She even made us a delicious Seafood Paella with 1 day notice on Christmas Eve! My family and other relatives are certainly going to be back. You cannot go wrong here if you are looking for a bit of a secluded home away in the Isabela area.

The town of Isabela, on Puerto Rico‘s northwest coast, is known as the "Garden of the Northwest" and offers visitors great views and beaches. You will be in heaven watching the beauty of the ocean crashing onto the shore or over rocks. Though best-known for its beaches and surfing, Isabela also has a forest reserve, caves, lakes, rivers and historical sites all waiting to be explored. Isabela’s quaint culture, includes monuments to the island’s native Indian heritage, and specialties including santeros, the artisans who carve wooden santos, or saints; a local cheese called quesito de hoja, and elegant Paso Fino horses. Five reasons you’d want to visit Isabela and stay at our condo 1. The Beaches Isabela has numerous beaches, which cater to surfers, snorkelers, boogie boarders and fishermen, along with people who crave a lazy day in the sun. Isabela’s best stretches of sand includes: JOBOS – One of Puerto Rico‘s most popular surfing beaches. SHACKS – An all-purpose beach good for snorkeling, surfing, and horseback riding (more on that below) BLUE HOLE – A must-visit destination for anyone who loves to snorkel. BAñO LA PRINCESA & BLOWHOLE – A large area dotted with coral formations, beaches, and natural pools. PUNTA SARDINA – Punta’s deep waters make it a popular swimming beach and a great fishing spot. 2. The Guajataca Tunnel Built in 1911, the Guajataca Tunnel was a railroad tunnel that connected the towns of Isabela and Quebradillas. It was meant to transport the sugar crop in this part of Puerto Rico. The tunnel is open to the public (the railroads are long gone), and is worth the trek to reach the rugged and beautiful coastline as well as Playa El Pastillo and Playa de Guajataca. The latter has a rough surf and strong currents, and is not a safe place to swim; the former, on the other hand, is a large and beautiful beach. On the west side, take a look at the Cara del Indio, a rock carving of a Cacique, or native chief, named Mabodomaca. Legend has it that Mabodomaca leapt into the ocean to his death rather than be captured by the conquistadors. 3. The Guajataca Forest The Guajataca Forest is a pristine natural reserve with flora and fauna unique to the island. The forest has 25 miles of trails, with the most popular being Trail #1, leading to the Cueva del Viento ("Cave of the Wind"), and the interpretative trail. The former is a beautiful natural cave filled with bats and featuring limestone rock formations; the latter is a 2-mile circular path that makes for a light hike. From the trail, you can also visit an observation tower and a picnic area. The forest contains some 156 types of trees and 45 species of birds. 4. Horseback Riding Tropical Trail Rides offers beachfront horseback rides (and now, ATV tours as well) in Isabela. From here, you’ll continue into a lush forest setting. For those who are inclined and able, they’ll even take you on a hike up the cliff for a panoramic photo opportunity. If hiking isn’t your thing, you can swim on the beach or explore the cliffside caves. 5. Scuba Diving Isabela offers great scuba diving thanks to its underwater caves. So it stands to reason that the most well-known outfit in town is La Cueva Submarina, which means "The Underwater Cave." These guys offer a full menu of dives and courses, including underwater cavern dives for skilled divers. If you don’t want to dive, they also have snorkeling trips and scuba safaris for beginners. Another local outfit that offers dive trips is Aquatica Dive and Surf, which offers scuba, mountain biking, snorkeling and surfing.