Beach Five Minutes Walk From Property
Beach Five Minutes Walk From Property
Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
2 bedrooms
2 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Apartment
Per month: $500
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Port of Spain vacation apartment rental
Clean safe tiled two bedroom unfurnished apartment in fishing/beach town of Mayaro, Trinidad with front and rear access, Liv/Din/kitchen, one toilet/bath, balcony and secure parking. Five minutes walk to Mayaro's 14 mile long beach, fishing, jogging, hotels, etc. Ten minutes walk to town center, bank, grocery, farmers market, restaurants, hospital, pharmacies, police station, mini-mart, tennis, fitness center, cricket/soccer field, schools, library, Temple and Church. Public transportation to all major towns within short walk. Fenced concrete wall. Carport, garden and outdoor showers. Insect proofed with screens throughout. Cable and wireless internet equipped. US$500 per month unfurnished or $800 per month if furnished. Can arrange for transport, meals etc. Email, call or leave message.

shantee maharaj

Area Information
Mayaro Bay is the largest bay of the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of the island of Trinidad in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The beach which lines this bay, Mayaro Beach, is a popular destination for holidays, long weekends, and is one of the traditional places to spend the Easter holidays. The shore is lined with holiday homes. There is an almost uninterrupted line of coconut trees (Cocos nucifera) on the shore, testimony to the days when most of the area consisted of coconut plantations.

Mayaro is the name of a group of villages in southeastern Trinidad and Tobago.

The "Mayaro District" was the first area of settlement on the east coast. Many estates were granted to French planters who settled Trinidad in the late 18th century. No roads crossed the island and the area was only accessible by steamer until the late 19th century. The name Mayaro is applied to several villages along the coast. The county of Mayaro occupies a large area of southwestern Trinidad, but the name is usually only applied to the coastal strip. County Mayaro is divided into two wards - Trinity and Guayaguayare.

Along this strip a number of villages exist to which the name Mayaro is generally applied. From north to south these are: Ortoire, St. Joseph, Beau Sejour, Plaisance, Pierreville, Beaumont, St. Ann's, Radix, Ste. Marguerite, Lagon Doux, Grand Lagoon and Lagon Palmiste. Beyond that are several small villages and then the town of Guayaguayare.

Mayaro falls under the jurisdiction of the Rio Claro-Mayaro Regional Corporation. Until 1990 it was administered together with the neighbouring county of Nariva by the Nariva-Mayaro County Council. Mayaro is also associated with oil production - most of Trinidad's oil and natural gas production comes from offshore oil fields to the east of Mayaro. The major producer is BP Trinidad & Tobago (bpTT), together with BHP Billiton. Onshore oil production is under the control of Petrotrin, although a considerable area has been farmed out to small independent oil producers.

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