The SpaceThe house is designed for comfortable beach living. Perfect for drinking cold beer and reading a best selling novel as you watch the stunning sunset on a hammock. If you enjoy the sun and sea, just walk outside and dive right in. Guest AccessYou will have access to the entire house that includes 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room, indoor kitchen as well as the outdoor kitchen and various lounge areas. Private parking is included.
You will also have access to 2 adult kayaks and fishing gear. Interaction with GuestsThere will always be someone available. We can also arrange for grocery, fresh fish or meat deliveries or to have someone prepare meals from 1 to 10 people. Additionally, private sailing, snorkeling and fishing trips to Caja de Muerto can be arranged as well as a private driver and tour guide. The NeighborhoodOne of the best things about staying at our place is our location. Situated in the southern region of the island, at Casa Moka you not only get the best of a safe and private beachfront property but you also have the convenience of easy access to visit nearby places of interest.
Santa Isabel Town- Named after the Spanish queen Isabel la Catolica, the seafront area features small restaurants and bars near the beach. This small town is one of the agricultural centers of the island with banana, mango, pineapple and papaya farms stretching along the hills that rise toward the mountain paths that lead to the central region of the island. There are also extensive horse ranches and wind mill farms that can be seen along the coast both entering and leaving the town.
Our neighborhood is perfect for buying fresh fruit, local vegetables, meats and fish. There is a shopping district, with large supermarkets, movie theater, restaurants conveniently located near the entrance of the highway.
Additionally, there are many beaches to explore and sailing excursions that can be arranged for you to visit the small islands on the South coast like Caja de Muerto or Mona Island with their incredible marine diversity for you to experience and enjoy. Getting AroundAlthough we can arrange a convenient airport pickup and drop-off (for an additional fee), if your staying for several days we recommend that you rent a car and have fun exploring the island. Puerto Rico is relatively small but with many nice places to visit, where you to get from the South to the North in a swift 1hr drive, so if you have a heart for adventure it will be worth it. We can also arrange a private day trip and tour guide to show you places of interest. Contact us for more details regarding pricing and options. Other Things to NoteHere are some tips for day tripping in the South of Puerto Rico:
Ponce City- Just 20 min from our place, it is the second largest city in Puerto Rico outside of the San Juan’s metropolitan area. Known locally as the ‘The Pearl of the South’, offers historic districts, culture and nightlife, shopping, great food, art and museums, parks and plazas. Local sports include baseball, basketball, golf and tennis. Ponce also offers casinos, salsa dancing and live music venues and theatre.
Salinas Town- Just 20 min from our place, is a small seaside town with small marina and mangrove lined bay. Several excellent seafood restaurants located overlooking the Caribbean sea. The menu typically includes a variety of well known Puerto Rican dishes with a concentration on freshly caught seafood. For $5 per person you can also take advantage of the local boats that circles the marina for beautiful views of the coastline and the many yachts in the marina.
Coamo Town- Just 20 min from our place, is located in the southern region, north of Santa Isabel. It offers restaurants and beautiful scenic views of the mountains and distant Caribbean sea. Coamo was the third settlement to be established in Puerto Rico and the cathedral, central buildings and plaza are worth a visit. Best know for the Coamo Thermal Springs.
From our place you can easily have wonderful and accessible adventures throughout the island. There are so many charming towns to visit in the South with each offering its particular local flavor. The towns of Orocovis and Barranquitas; east of Villalba and Juana Díaz; and west of Aibonito offer charming restaurants, cafes and bars, rivers, lakes and parks, music and artisanal festivals as well as coffee plantations tours and chocolate making activities. Contact us for additional fun and exciting recommendations.