116 Calle Escudero, Culebra, 00775, Puerto Rico

Apartment Rental Agency

Travel Agency, Real Estate Agency, Lodging

787-742-3576

http://www.lalomaculebra.wix.com/home



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La Loma Apartments

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La Loma Apartments - Culebra, Puerto Rico

La Loma is a beautiful restored old style home in the heart of Dewey town, Culebra. The home has been divided in to three spacious studio apartments...

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