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Puerto Rico's insider take:

Vieques may be secluded, but its sister island, Culebra, is even more remote. The best reason for a visit may be Flamenco Beach, a perfect crescent that is consistently named one of the two or three top beaches in the world. But there are plenty of other beaches without the P.R. campaign that are just as good or better. There are no longer ferries running between the islands, but most people travel with a five-minute flight on Isla Nena Air Service or one of the other small airlines. (It sounds extravagant, but it only costs about $70 round-trip; see our Vieques + Culebra Fact Sheet for more details.)

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