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A 2,750 acre resort with world class amenities, restaurants and accommodations. Palmas Del Mar is Puerto Rico’s premier coastal resort. Natural areas have been preserved, three and a half miles of oceanfront stretches of beautiful beaches and coastline, acres of wetlands, and forests of indigenous trees and flowering plants. Housing and recreation areas have been carefully plotted so that there is order and symmetry in the villa and hotel neighborhoods, the sporting complexes, and the miles of bike, walking and cart paths that connect everything.
Visitors have a wide choice of accommodations, ranging from vacation rental villas and condominiums to the Wyndham Palmas Beach & Golf Resort. There is close to 20 restaurants, eateries and coffee shops; ranging from fine dining to casual, and any cuisine you desire. There are many other amenities including; a 20-court tennis center and golf club. Palmas Del Mar also boasts a 152-slip, 100-acre marina that is the departure point for snorkeling, sailing, and deep sea fishing excursions.
Designed by Charles Fraser who designed Sea Pines Resort Community, South Carolina as well as Amelia Island Resort Plantation in Florida, Palmas Del Mar is a premier 2750 acre Caribbean Resort; very similar to Hilton Head, South Carolina. Palmas Del Mar Puerto Rico is the ideal place to own a second home; vacation home, retirement community home or to vacation.
Puerto Rico’s Palmas del Mar Resort is Puerto Rico’s most successful resort community. A planned community that is very reminiscent of Hilton Head, South Carolina, a gated community with excellent private security and a double check at the gate of every community within the resort. In the 1970s, after designing Hilton Head’s Sea Pines Plantation and Florida’s Amelia Island Plantation, developer Charles Fraser applied his innovative “master-planned community” concept to Palmas del Mar.
The Caribbean Resort has every amenity you can imagine and is comprised of about 30 secure neighborhoods, with one of the best private schools in Puerto Rico. It is truly a 2,700-acre paradise in which kids can ride bikes or horses, play tennis, surf, scuba dive and, of course, play golf. Once you experience the resort there is no question the magic will catch you.