"Joyuda is a quiet coastal fishing village in western Puerto Rico, located between the cities of Mayagüez and Cabo Rojo, known for its seafood and snorkeling"
"Though Joyuda is easy to access from Mayagüez, the neighborhood belongs to the barrio Miradero in the municipality of Cabo Rojo. A chain of fishing hamlets, mini-docks and wooden homes raised above water on stilts, occupies the mile-long portion of the road P.R. 102 that borders the sea, just along the Joyuda Cove (Spanish: Ensenada Joyuda). At its north, runs the Guanajibo River, also known as Pirate River for "stealing the waters of rivers that ran south." Closer yet lies the bioluminescent saltwater Joyuda Lagoon, a natural preserve and a bird sanctuary with an extensive mangrove forest and more than 40 sorts of fish. Slightly to the west, off the coast and toward the Mona Passage is another natural preserve. Within a stone's throw, emerges Mice Cay (Spanish: Cayo Ratones), a Brown pelican nesting grounds, an islet covered with Australian pines and bordered by sandy beaches"
UNDER CONSTRUCTION and now available for booking as of July 1st, 2019. Reborn after its total destruction by Hurricane Maria in 2017, Villa Joyuda has evolved into a solid concrete two-story villa elegantly furnished, high-tech amenities, and exclusive details. Now in the final weeks of its construction, Su Casa de Playa will be oficially in the luxury rental market as of August 1st 2019. Built with the most modern building technology of concrete and foam thermal insulation, this villa is now a jewel of modern arquitecture and minimalist inspiration. The ocean views are the focal point of its architectural design, with breathtaking wide open glass spans overlooking the ocean. Everything is brand new and state of the art in this villa. Italian kitchen, advanced home theater electronics featuring SAMSUNG 82" QLED TV, BOSE Lifestyle 650 home theater system, BOSE outdoor-pool sound system, alarm system, security cameras, infinity pool, and many other modern luxuries. A private pier for fishing and swiming is the cherry-on-top of this truly unique rental property in Cabo Rojo. Cabo Rojo itself is home to many secluded beaches, a historic lighthouse, the Puerto Real fishing village, the Cofressi(pirate) cave, Mayaguez zoo, and the coastal town of Boquerón.