Enjoy your stay in a tropical paradise! This well-maintained
condominium complex has over 50 fully grown palm trees, the most on
the island, and two swimming pools. Gaze out from your patio, just a
few steps from one of the pools and jacuzzi, or from your living room
at its beautiful courtyard filled with hibiscus, bougainvilleas, and
dozens of other tropical plants.
This fuly tiled, two bedroom, two bath condominium is tastefully
furnished with a tropical flair for your enjoyment and includes large
living, dining, and kitchen areas.
Padre Island is the longest barrier island in the United States and
its beautiful beaches are maintained daily by the City of South Padre
Island. In addition to relaxing on the beach, its activities include
fishing for trout, redfish, flounder, and snapper in the Laguna
Madre, a shallow, hyper-saline lagoon that teams with all sorts of
aquatic life, or off-shore for tarpon, kingfish, red snapper,
swordfish, and other game fish. Whether your preferece is
fly fishing, spoons, crank bait, plastics, or live bait, guide
services for all types of fishing are available for large and small
parties, or you may go it alone on the beach, the jetties, or piers.
For the more adventurous, there is kite-boarding, sail-boarding,
parasailing, jet skis, and wave running. For family fun, visit the
Schlitterbahn Beach Water Park, go horseback riding on the beach, or
visit Sea Turtle, Inc., started in 1966 when Ida Fox Loetscher,
the "Turtle Lady" of South Padre Island, first brought an orphaned
Kemp's ridley sea turtle into her home on Gulf Boulevard to nourish
it until it could be released. Finally, be sure and try the many
fine restaurants and bars in South Padre Island and Port Isabel, just
across the causeway, offering a variety of seafood, Mexican dishes,
and other cuisine. Whether it is the Wanna Wanna Beach Bar, Dirty
Als, Louie's Back Yard, the Sea Ranch, Pirates Landing, Scampi's,
Boomerang Billy's, Blackbeards, La Jaiba, or one of the many other
fine local restaurants and bars, you will discover your own "special
place" that you will return to more than once during your stay.