Come out to Placencia this weekend and enjoy Lobster Fest 2016 with us! See you there!!! [RPG id=3676] Lobster Season is now officially open, and now it’s time for a festival! Enjoy these photos from previous years.
[pmill_vat vid=”6″] John and Ellen, owners of Maya Beach Hotel and Bistro in Placencia, have traveled a lot and been to a lot of countries that they like. They eventually reached the “burnt out” stage and decided that Belize (Central America) should be on their list of places to consider moving and having a complete […]
An optimist is a small sailboat designed particularly for children. Over the past year, the sailors of the optimists have sailed six races. The ones who are qualified to sail for the Championship Sailing Regatta had to sail five of the six preliminary races for them to qualify for the Dennis Bradley Cup. The Belize Sailing […]
Tipsy Tuna Beach and Sports Bar opened its doors in 2000. Tipsy Tuna Beach and Sports Bar in Placencia offers a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere both Indoor & outdoor right on the beach! Great food & drinks, awesome view, beach volleyball, live entertainment, karaoke, pay per view sports events… Tipsy Tuna is the perfect Sports Bar […]
So when do you get to go on your next vacation from the daily monotonous grind? Already planning? Let me guess… you are heading to Belize, Central America, right? Ha! I knew it! Well, as you might already know, there are so many things to do, and so many places to visit in Belize. If […]
The Placencia Hotel in Belize was masterfully developed by a pair of European visionaries who sought to create the ultimate vacation escape where people could unwind and tune in to the natural world. The Placencia Hotel in Belize brings a new interpretation of tropical luxury to the peninsula’s beachfront. This relaxing setting features approximately 100 […]
[fancygallery id=”9″] Placencia, Belize Wikipedia: In the 17th century, Placencia was settled by the English Puritans, originally from Nova Scotia and latterly from the island of Providencia. This settlement died out during the Central American wars of independence in the 1820s. The Placencia Peninsula was resettled in the late 1800s by several families. Placencia prospered and soon became a […]