Where to stay around Flamenco, PR?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 101 vacation rentals near Flamenco. From 39 Houses to 28 Studios, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Flamenco for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

Can I rent Houses in Flamenco?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 39 Houses in Flamenco. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Flamenco include:

  • Studios: 28 rentals available
  • Condos/Apartments: 27 rentals available
  • Villas: 17 rentals available

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other vacation rentals including Bungalows and more.

Can I find a vacation rental with pool in Flamenco?

Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with pool among our 18 vacation rentals with pool available in Flamenco. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Swing in a hammock over Flamenco's turquoise waters

    Flamenco presents itself as one of the last undiscovered gems in the Caribbean. Hugging the coast on the tiny island of Culebra, those who stay in a Flamenco vacation rental are treated to miles of pristine white beaches backed by picture-perfect palm trees. Often ranked as some of the best beaches in the world, you need nothing more than a hammock and a freshly-cut coconut to sip on while you look out over the shallow turquoise waters. This is honeymoon territory and, other than the locals, the only souls you'll likely see are couples walking hand-in-hand down the beach.

    Walk hand-in-hand along Flamenco's beaches

    It'll come as no surprise that most of the activities on the island are centered around the sea. Dragging yourself off the sun lounger is terribly inconvenient, but those who make the effort can go snorkeling in some of the healthiest coral systems in the Caribbean. When you don snorkels and flippers, you'll be treated to close encounters with all manner of colorful marine creatures, including turtles. If you're looking to head into the deep, there are several scuba operators who'll take you out to sea. Culebra is actually an archipelago made up of several islands, many of which can be discovered by kayak or chartered yacht.

    Explore Flamenco's charming neighboring town

    Away from the beach, there are several notable things to do near your Flamenco vacation rental. El Polvorin Museum chronicles the history of Culebra and is best explored when you return from Zoni Beach. The charming (and only) town on Culebra is Dewey. Easily walkable, it doesn't take long to fall for this colorful little Caribbean haven. While you're in town, swing by Jiribillas BBQ which does Caribbean food properly. Lip-smacking pollo asado and papas fritas can be bought to go and are best gorged on with a cold bottle of beer and the sunset back on the beach.

    Time Flamenco right and the beaches are yours

    Like much of the Caribbean, the winter season sees the biggest influx of vacationers who come to escape the below-freezing weather back at home. If you're lucky enough to book a Flamenco vacation rental around this time, you'll be treated to long days of clear sunny skies. For those looking to try and score a bargain, choose somewhere between April and June after the other couples have left, the climate is still warm and dry and the prices take a nosedive. If you don't mind the afternoon rains, rock-bottom prices can be found the rest of the year.

    Flamenco is heaven for bird-watchers

    If you pack your binoculars and point them across the grassy interior, mangroves or beaches on the Culebra Archipelago, you'll be surprised at the number of bird species you can spot. There are more than a dozen seabirds that nest nearby including the red-footed boobies who can be seen doing funny mating dances in the trees. In the cays near your Flamenco vacation rental, you can spot more than 40,000 mating pairs of sooty terns. Most of the wildlife encounters are found in the waters surrounding the islands. Lobsters, Spanish mackerel and oysters all vie for space and food in the rich ocean.