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Aerial View of Placencia Village
Placencia Peninsula
Described as “barefoot perfect” for having the longest stretch of sand, the southern Placencia Peninsula is a laid-back beach destination with three distinct neighborhoods, and a place where you’ll see a little bit of every Belizean cultural group, in additional a healthy expat crowd. The Village is where the action is, the main drag lined with creole restaurants, bistros, fruit stalls, and snack stands. Heading north of the strip, resorts occupy the Seine Bight and Maya Beach areas, ranging from boutique to large scale with swimming pools and water toys. Offshore, Placencia is lucky to be near some of the most gorgeous diving and snorkeling in Belize, including dreamy islands for day trips–such as Ranguana Caye, Laughing Bird Caye, and the Silk Cayes.
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Aerial View of Placencia Village
Located at the end of the 16 Mile Long Placencia Peninsula, the Village is the hub of daily life on the Peninsula.

Aerial View of Placencia Village
Located at the end of the 16 mile long Placencia Peninsula.
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Placencia Peninsula, Belize