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Isabel Segunda is a town on the north side of the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico. The island in the Northeastern Caribbean is part of the Spanish Virgin Islands. It lies 13km east of the Puerto Rican mainland. Spanish settlers claimed Vieques over Native Americans in the 15th C; the French, English and Danish contended ownership; and the island was shared with pirates and outlaws. Spanish planted sugar fields in the early 18th C. By then part of Puerto Rico, in 1898 it became US territory, sugar fields disappeared, and it became a navy base until 2003. Today tourism’s drawcard is the island’s sleepy unspoiled nature. Snorkelling is excellent especially at Blue Beach on the south side

The island measures roughly 34km by 5km. It is now a National Wildlife Refuge under the control of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. It hills are covered with brush and subtropical dry forest. Around the coast lie palm-fringed sandy beaches interspersed with lagoons, mangrove swamps, salt flats and coral reefs. Its 40 plus beaches are commonly listed among the top beaches in the Caribbean for their azure-coloured waters and white sands. Bioluminescent Bay (Puerto Mosquito) due south of Isabel II is the best example of a bioluminescent bay in the US.

In the town of Isabel II is Fuerte de Vieques built in 1845. It houses the Vieques Museum of Art and History and the Vieques Historic Archives, related to the history of Vieques. The town is filled with colourful homes and welcoming people. To the north of town is Punta Mulas Lighthouse with small museum, and great views of the town, bay and the regular ferry. In town there are no malls, golf courses or flash shops. Paso fino horses roam free across the island. If you take a jeep west of Isabela II see the 300-year-old Cieba Tree with its massive roots. Note that the island is in the Hurricane belt.