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New steps and enlarged terrace complete!. Gran Vista has private beach access and beachfront terrace!

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8th and Ocean offers two fully restored, upscale, gated, beachfront villas, the Gran Terraza (5 bedrooms) and the Gran Vista (4 bedrooms), featuring new fully equipped, GE energy star kitchens with granite counters, new bathrooms, Carrier zone air-conditioning systems throughout, grand view window walls, large tinted windows and ceiling fans throughout.  Each villa is on its own level and has its own outdoor space for maximum privacy and comfort. There is also a 2 bedroom villa, the Casa Mar on the second level.  Rent the entire property for groups of up to 28 people.

 

For larger groups, the nearby two bedroom Reina del Mar Villa, beachfront provides additional guest accommodations.  Reina del Mar is also great as a stand alone experience for smaller groups (up to 4 guests).

The flexible floor plans are perfect for small to large families, comfortably accommodating up to 28 guests. A perfect destination for your oceanfront Rincon wedding party or family reunion.  

 

Best of all, 8th and Ocean has one of the best locations in all of Rincon, set on an incredible golden sand beach with calm swimming waters and walking distance to a great variety of restaurants, shopping and fun activities. Our beachfront offers unique palm tree cover so you can comfortably be outside all day long right on one of the best residential swimming beaches in the Caribbean and enjoy the sunsets from the privacy of your own terrace.

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8th and Ocean offers covered terraces, balconies, patios  and direct, private beach access with outdoor shower. All villas feature fully furnished kitchens, TV, Wi-Fi, premium bedding, linens, beach chairs and towels. Fully modernized and restyled in 2011, the art deco styled oceanfront building features cabinets hand made in Rincon with Bolivian premium grade wood, rattan from Malaysia, dining rooms from Vietnam, and furnishings from the Dominican Republic.

Our latest Blog posts:

Das Alpen European Cuisine in Downtown Rincon!!!! (Sun, 29 Mar 2015)
They say ... "Little changes, Big difference!" and it is looking yummy and beautiful.   They have remodeled the inside and the menu just a bit .... it is still the same beautiful indoor air condictioned Rincon restaurant in the downtown plaza that you have come to love ...  Homemade Pastas Homemade Sausages Traditional German and Italian Cuisine Brunch Saturday and Sunday starting at 9am  Reach them at (787) 233-8009 to get more details. Enjoy your Rincon Vacation.   // //
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Country it up during your Vacation in Rincon Puerto Rico (Wed, 25 Mar 2015)
If you are looking to enjoy some Country Music and Cooking during your stay at your Rincon Beachfront Vacation Villa Rental we suggest Cowboys Cantina and Outside Grill!   And this Friday March 27th you'll find the local Rincon band, The Rubberneckers playing at Cowboy's from 7-10pm   This is a great spot for the whole family with Pony Rides (call 787-370-5835 to reserve/confirm) Ribs, Burgers, Salads, Etc.  Huge Outdoor Dinning area (plenty of room for kids to move around in) and the Rubberneckers Band this Friday! Enjoy your Country in the Caribbean during your Rincon Vacation! //
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Uniquely Rincon (Mon, 23 Mar 2015)
We are always saying how unique Rincon is and we aren't the only ones to say that.   Even within Puerto Rico, a most beautiful Island with welcoming people and customs, Rincon is uniquely different and your Rincon Beachfront Vacation Rental is one of the most unique vacation rentals in Rincon!     Taken from "My Puerto Rico Concierge: Your guide to exploring the Island of Enchantment!" online blog we give you Rincon .....   The other Puerto Rico: Rincon Colorful boat on Los Almendros beach Colorful boat on Los Almendros beach Rincon is a totally unique destination: appealing to surfers, families, couples, singles, friends, nature seekers, sun seekers, modern day hippies, budget travelers, weekenders from San Juan, and those who love to explore. I call it “the other Puerto Rico” because of its distinctly different ambiance highly influenced by the surfer population. The Rincon lighthouse (faro in Spanish) has a beautiful park with great sea views The Rincon lighthouse (El Faro in Spanish) has a beautiful park with great sea views Black Eagle beach or Marina beach, one block from Blue Boy Inn Black Eagle beach or Marina beach  the sandy curve of Black Eagle beach where boats also are launched. Several bars and eateries are located nearby in walking distance including the very recommended La Copa Llena at the Black Eagle. Here the Chef has created a menu including small plates or large plates which are very well executed and prepared with taste and presentation on a par with best of upscale restaurants in world cities. Wednesday evenings at the outside patio bar become quite lively, mainly with an American surfer crowd mixed with tourists playing bingo. It’s a totally unexpected thing to find here on the island of Puerto Rico. .....The mood is very laid back. You’ll find that shorts, t shirt and flip flops are de rigeur wherever you go here. This is definitely not the case in the San Juan area where locals tend to dress better than the tourists. Here, you can feel very comfortable in your Havaianas or sandals day or night. Tapas at La Copa Llena Tapas at La Copa Llena Enjoy organic, garden fresh food at La Carta Buena Enjoy organic, garden fresh food at La Carta Buena Rincon’s situation on a piece of land which juts out of the northeast corner of the island owes to its popularity for both beach goers and surfers. The surfers frequent the northern perimeter of Rincon’s shoreline as these are the beaches on the Atlantic side with more wind and waves, creating perfect conditions for the sport. The names of the beaches are unique like Domes, Steps, Maria’s or Sandy Beach. The calmer waters of the Caribbean side are on the beaches nearer the town center.
The topography of Rincon is of rolling green cow pastures and low lying beachfront communities, with one large hill which one must climb in order to cross from the town area to the Punta area where you a strip of inns, shops, bars and restaurants as well as some businesses which cater to the surfers and the health minded crowd. It’s not hard to find health food, vegetarian cuisine, and yoga practitioners in this area of Puerto Rico. There’s even a food truck called La Carta Buena which makes natural juices and garden fresh food which is currently very popular as an alternative to the fried foods commonly offered on many menus. Cow pastures near Steps beach Cow pastures near Steps beach Exotic lagoon at Los Almendros beach Exotic lagoon at Los Almendros beach Ask anyone in Rincon for their recommendation for seafood and they will likely tell you to “go to La Cambija!” What’s La Cambija? It’s named after the street that it’s on, Calle Cambija, just steps away from the main part of Rincon town plaza. What can you expect of this restaurant? Freshest fish, empanadillas (fried turnovers) filled with either shrimp, lobster, fish, conch, meat, or even the hard-to-find lion fish! Lionfish is recently making the scene in the Caribbean but it’s not widely found on menus yet, due to the fact the the fins contain a poison which must be taken into account when preparing the fish for consumption. The Lionfish turnover at La Cambija was delicious and I’d recommend trying it! Lion Fish turnovers (empanadillas de pez leon) at La Cambija are worth trying Lion Fish turnovers (empanadillas de pez leon) at La Cambija are worth trying Other points of interest in Rincon are “the lighthouse” and it’s well-groomed park with gorgeous views of the Desecheo island in the distance, surfers on the Domes beach below, and in winter, you may spy whales breaching in the sapphire blue waters surrounding this area. In one day in February, we saw several whales breaching and spouting in the distance, both from the lighthouse park as well as from Tamboo Bar deck on Sandy Beach. Tamboo Bar’s newly renovated deck now offers a delightful shaded position from which you can watch surfers and enjoy a cool tropical drink and a lunch, just steps from your beach towel. Sandy Beach is also the perfect place to look for shells and sea glass, as the waves tend to bring these to this beach more frequently than the calmer beaches of the Caribbean side of the Rincon point. Small treasures found on Sandy Beach Small treasures found on Sandy Beach Guanabana or soursop fruit growing in Blue Boy Inn's garden Guanabana or soursop fruit  Let yourself wander and discover on rural roads of Rincon! Let yourself wander and discover on rural roads of Rincon! Enjoy your Rincon Vacation! //
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