A quick glimpse of Placencia, Belize

Take a quick peek at this quaint fishing village called Placencia, located at the very tip of the Placencia Peninsula, southern Belize. The village is known for its 4,000-foot narrow main street which is only for pedestrians.

Placencia is accessible by air or land from Belize City, as well as by ferry from Harvest Caye, a neighboring island.

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