The first time I saw the cobblestone streets and bright white buildings of Puerto Las Hadas, I was entranced by how it was...More information +
The first time I saw the cobblestone streets and bright white buildings of Puerto Las Hadas, I was entranced by how it was tucked against the rocks of La Punta, surrounded by beoganvillas, hibiscus, banana trees and highlighted by crystal blue water. I felt like I was stepping into a fairy tale land, and I was hooked. Being a lover of tropical climates I am drawn to the warm temperatures, sparkling water, playing tennis at the club and having so many amenities within walking distance. Kayaking and scuba diving, I like the laid-back feeling of the community and charm of a colonial town with cobblestone streets, without the constant noise from street hawkers like in Cabo San Lucas. So many interesting area such as La Boquita, accessible only by Ponga boat. It has little tents and interesting places to eat and explore. The restaurants are wonderful, with fresh seafood, excellent chefs and world class service.