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The Placencia Municipal Pier was gifted to the residents of Placencia Village to give villagers a place to enjoy the beauty of the Placencia Harbour as well as to boost economic growth of the village. In the pier area you can find gift shops, tour...more
Was in Palencia, Belize for the day, off of the NCL BREAKAWAY. Several of the vendors had carved items, ie: turtles, etc to purchase and was able to haggle for prices. At one of the little stores on the pier was able to purchase Marie...More
It being our first time in Belize and Plencia, in particular we tried to explore as much as was reasonable.Wandering through Placencia Village, we stumbled across this pier. It juts out from the southern end of the Placencia peninsula and offers a great pitstop to...More
Fun place to walk about & be sure to walk on the “boardwalk” between all the little shops & restaurants. Fun to look in the shops and there are two beachfront bars that have live music. A cool breeze blowing, listening to music, views of...More
A great place to hang out, take some photos, enjoy the ocean air and views.
Resaurants right next door. Big public beach. Nite Wind snorkeling tours right from there. I looked to the southwest and could not believe it when I saw a cruise ship....More
At the end (or beginning) of the long sidewalk that is lined with restaurants, artisans, bars and many other places. There are some picnic tables on the beach and benches on the pier for a stop; as well as a small sandy beach.
We anchored our large catamaran out in the bay and then took our dingy into this charming, small, very safe pier. We were met wit a big map of the area at the foot of the pier. Only a few feet away were bars, grocery...More
Whatever you do, don't miss Placencia.... It's a wonderful, friendly, interesting village. Hot and dusty but well worth a visit. I was there for a week in April and loved it. I assume you're on a cruise if you're at... More
Whatever you do, don't miss Placencia.... It's a wonderful, friendly, interesting village. Hot and dusty but well worth a visit. I was there for a week in April and loved it. I assume you're on a cruise if you're at Harvest Caye. As far as I know, the local boat operators are NOT allowed into or out of the caye, so you will need to arrange a day trip to Placencia via NCL. There's plenty to see and do there to occupy a full day. Bon voyage!