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Aguadilla (West Coast)

Aguadilla is coastal town located in the West of Puerto Rico. It is one of 17 municipalities of Porta del Sol. Biking, Bio Bay, bird watching, diving, fishing, hiking, surfing, among many other natural wonders are all possible in Porta del Sol.Porta del Sol, is home to some of the best beaches and surfing areas. Porta del Sol is also the destination to some of the finest seafood in Puerto Rico. Check out our vacation rentals in the area. Aguadilla is best known to visitors for its beaches. Aguadillas most popular surfing beaches include Crash Boat, famous for its crystal clear waters, Gas Chambers, and Wilderness. Among Aguadillas main attractions you will find the popular Parque Acutico Las Cascadas (tel. 787-819-1030), a modern aquatic theme park, the biggest in the Caribbean and the Merendero, with a beautiful view of the towns bay and the nearby Desecheo islet. The town center is known as Plaza de Recreo, located in front of the old catholic church and the Alcalda (Majors House). Another of Aguadillas attractions is the Ojo de Agua (water eye), this is an underground fresh water source that anciently was used by the Aguadilla Harbor in times of Spanish Occupation. The city is also home of the Aguadilla Ice Skating Arena - the only ice skating facility in the Caribbean region. Porta del Sol Main Attractions Biobay, La Parguera(787) 899-1660 Boqueron Beach, Cabo Rojo Desecheo Island, Rincn (best diving) Domes Beach, Rincn (best surfing) El Palacete Los Mureau Guajataca Lake Guanica Dry Forest (787) 821-5706 Guilligans Island Los Morillos Lighthouse de Cabo Rojo Mayagez Zoo (787) 832-6330 Porta Coeli - Religius Museum (787) 892-5845 Rincon Lighthouse (787) 823-5024 Salt Flats and Lighthouse Area, Cabo Rojo (El Combate) (787) 255-1560 Aguadilla Ice Skating Rink (787) 819-5555 ext 221 Monte del Estado Ecological Park. (787) 873-5632

Aguas Buenas (Central Mountain)

The Central Region is the heart of the Central Mountain Chain. It shelters major finds of the indigenous culture of Puerto Rico and better preserves the legacy of our Tanos. It is from the central zone that our eternal and traditional Jibarito (farmer) has been immortalized. Main attractions are: Caguana Indigenous Ceremonial Park Utuado (787) 894-7300 Caguas Botanical & Cultural Garden Caguas (787) 653-8223 Carite National Forest - Cayey Casa Luis Munoz Rivera. (787) 857-3810 Cemi Museum. (787) 828-1241 Cibuco historical Tourism Center. (787) 859-8079 Dos Bocas Lake (recreational area) Utuado (787) 894-3505 Guilarte Forest. (787) 829-5767 Guavate Roast Pork Route Cayey Mirador Piedra Degetau/Sightseeing Mirador Orocovis-Villalba Monument to El Jibaro San Cristobal Canyon. (787) 857-2094. Toro Negro Forest & Lookout Tower. (787) 867-3040

Bahia Beach Resort (North Coast)

Bahia Beach Resort is located on the northeastern corridor of the island of Puerto Rico, at the foot of the El Yunque National Forest. The resort is bordered by the 5,000 acre Espritu Santo River State Preserve and is a 30 minute drive from Old San Juan, a 500 year-old Caribbean treasure. Main Attractions in the area include: Main Attractions: Camarero Racetrack. Canvanas El Yunque National Rainforest. Rio Grande Pinones Foerst. Loiza. (787) 791-7750 Las Cabezas de San Juan. Fajardo. (787) 722-5882 Century Old Fajardo Lighthouse Bioluminescent Lagoon (Laguna Grande). Fajardo. La Cordillera Nature Reserve. Fajardo. (787) 860-1000 Seven Seas Beach. Fajardo Luquillo Beach. Luquillo Punta Tuna Lighthouse. Maunabo

Dorado (North-Central Coast)

The town is a touristic centre with many residential resort communities and prestigious hotels. Dorado is home of the most famous hotels in the Metropolitan area. North Regions geography offers scenarios from the central mountains and forests to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. This type of geography is the reason of a much diversified economy of manufacturing, cattle and pharmaceutical world class industries. North region is also famous for resort and golf destination city of Dorado, surfing beaches like Hollows in Arecibo and Los Tubos in Manat; and beautiful beaches as Cerro Gordo in Vega Baja. The modern expressway #22 runs all the north shore making very easy the access to these municipalities. Cities near San Juan like Dorado, Toa Alta and Toa Baja now function as suburbs of the metropolitan area. The North counts with magnificent natural attractions as the Camuy Caverns, and scientific attractions as the worlds largest Radio Telescope located at the Arecibo Observatory. For travelers who like shopping you can visit the Prime Outlets in Barceloneta. Municipalities that form the North Region are: Toa Alta, Toa Baja, Dorado, Vega Baja and Vega Alta, Barceloneta, Manat, Arecibo, Hatillo and Camuy. Information Attractions: Arecibo Observatory & Radio Telescope (787) 880-7540 Rio Camuy Caverns (787) 898-3100 Catao Waterfront Isla de Cabras National Park(787) 788-0440 Arecibo Lighthouse & Historical Park (787) 878-2612 Cambalache Forest (787) 881-1004 Mar Chiquita & Golondrinas Cave (787) 884-3428 Vega Alta Forest (787) 883-2240

Fajardo and Luquillo (North East Coast)

Enjoy the extraordinary Fajardo Bioluminescent Bay where nighttime kayaking is a favorite adventure, beautiful beach coastlines, scuba diving and snorkeling expedition, day-time boat trips, and spectacular local seafood restaurants. Fajardo has the largest marina in the Caribbean; it is also the town where you can catch the Ferry to Culebra & Vieques Islands. Fajardo is the place for most of the scuba & snorkeling excursions and sailing trips. Luquillo is best known for its Blue Flag Luquillo Beach. Main Attractions: Camarero Racetrack. Canvanas El Yunque National Rainforest. Rio Grande Pinones Foerst. Loiza. (787) 791-7750 Las Cabezas de San Juan. Fajardo. (787) 722-5882 Century Old Fajardo Lighthouse Bioluminescent Lagoon (Laguna Grande). Fajardo. La Cordillera Nature Reserve. Fajardo. (787) 860-1000 Seven Seas Beach. Fajardo Luquillo Beach. Luquillo Punta Tuna Lighthouse. Maunabo Conde Mirasol Fort & Museum. Vieques Flamenco Beach. Culebra Puerto Mosquito Bio Bay. Vieques. (787) 741-8683 Sun Bay Beach. Vieques Culebra wildlife Nature Reserve. Culebra (787) 742-0115 Punta Mulas Lighthouse. Vieques. (787) 741-0060

Grand Wyndham Rio Mar Beach Resort (North Coast)

Grand Wyndham Rio Mar Beach Resort is located on the northeastern coast of Puerto Rico, and enjoys proximity to the Islands El Yunque Rain Forest and Luquillio Beach. It is only 19 miles from the San Juan Luis Munoz International Airport. The Resort has two 18 hole championship golf courses and stunning beach, the resort has a 13 court Tennis complex, Casino, a fabulous Spa and fitness center and variety of Shopping options.

Hato Rey Financial District

La Milla de Oro (The Golden Mile), a stretch that effectively covers only one mile but that is home to the headquarters of many large local and international banks that are one of the most important centers of Puerto Rico and the Caribbeans economy and some upper middle class condominiums. Hato Rey is also home to a series of boutiques and restaurants (mostly along Roosevelt avenue). The Jos Miguel Agrelot Coliseum and the Tren Urbano (Urban Train) are reshaping Hato Rey and bringing people into the area after hours.

Old San Juan (North Region)

Old San Juan is a 500 year-old neighborhood originally conceived as a military stronghold. It is the oldest settlement within Puerto Rico and it is the historic colonial section of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The original city founded in 1521, contains carefully preserved examples of 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colonial architecture. Old San Juan is the heart and soul of the Island. Puerto Rico its a melting pot of Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, Tano and Anglo influences that converge in the history, architecture, galleries, music and the gastronomy of a 16th Century Old San Juan... If you are interested in history, enjoy a walk on the ramparts, where half a millennium ago Spanish soldiers held their watch. Begin your journey with three stunning Spanish Colonial Fortresses: El Morro, Fuerte San Cristbal and La Fortaleza, designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. El Morro, was designed to protect the city from attacks by sea; San Cristbal guarded from approaches by land. This last one covers 27 acres, and it is the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World. Dont miss the opportunity to have a splendid picture from La Garita del Diablo (Devils Sentry Box), which is one of the oldest parts of Castillo San Cristbal. (It was built around 1634). Old San Juan, the magnificent walled city, its rounded with magical architecture, churches and chapels, fountains, statues Pretty and comfortable plazas that invites you to stay all over again hundreds of time just to relax and enjoy pictorial people that adorned streets with their typical town chores. ATTRACTIONS: Casa Blanca Museum Cristo Chapel National Gallery La Fortaleza (Governors House) San Felipe del Morro Fort (El Morro) & San Cristobal Fort

Palmas del Mar Resort (South East Coast)

Palmas del Mar is simply PRs best kept secret! Set in 2,750 acres of land with spectacular views of El Yunque Rain Forest, the Caribbean Sea, & beautiful landscapes. You can enjoy evening walks watching the sunset, as well as cruising the southeast coast of Palmas in kayaks. Municipalities in this region are: Maunabo - known for its 19th Century Punta Tuna Lighthouse (still in operation); Yabucoa known as sugar town. Among Yabucoas attractions is the old Hacienda Santa Lucia. Humacao is the largest city of the region and host of major hospitals, university campuses, shopping centers, and Palmas del Mar community. Las Piedras, known for its crafts artist and indigenous rock carvings. Juncos, Ciudad del Valenciano or the City of the Valencians (from Valencia, Spain) offers great Puerto Rican cuisine. Naguabo has the best seafood of the region. Ceiba counts with the Ceiba Forest a popular attraction for hiking and fishing of marlins. Main Attractions: Camarero Racetrack. Canvanas El Yunque National Rainforest. Rio Grande Pinones Foerst. Loiza. (787) 791-7750 Las Cabezas de San Juan. Fajardo. (787) 722-5882 Century Old Fajardo Lighthouse Bioluminescent Lagoon (Laguna Grande). Fajardo. La Cordillera Nature Reserve. Fajardo. (787) 860-1000 Seven Seas Beach. Fajardo Luquillo Beach. Luquillo Punta Tuna Lighthouse. Maunabo Humacao Natural Reserve

Parguera (South West Coast)

La Parguera known for its Bioluminiscent bay, world class diving and its mangrove canales is one of the most attractive places for eco tourism and science in Puerto Rico. At La Parguera explore the west coast of Puerto Rico, `your door to a fun-filled sun vacation`.

Punta Santiago (South East Coast)

Punta Santiago located in Humacao on the Southeast coast of Puerto Rico, minutes from Humacaos beautiful Natural Reserve Park, El Malecon of Naguabo and Palmas del Mar Resort. Enjoy the true local flavor of Puerto Rico at our beach front property. Our Vacation Rental Cottage is located 5 from Humacaos Natural Reserve.

Rio Grande (North Coast)

The East Region of Puerto Rico is a Nautical and Resort Destination. The East counts with five Marinas, four regional airports, six golf courses, world class attractions, and the two beautiful Islands: Culebra & Vieques. It is just 20 minutes from San Juan & Metro area and it offers impressive natural wonders such as El Yunque National Rain Forest and its beautiful beaches! Rio Grande is a golf resort destination as well as home for El Yunque Rain Forest. Loiza is known for Pinones, a cultural hectic area and gastronomical route for Puerto Rican favorites plates. Loiza is also home of famous surfing beaches: Chatarra and Aviones. Canovanas has Camarero, the only thoroughbred racetrack in Puerto Rico.

San Juan Metro (North Coast)

We have a wide selection of Vacation Rental condos and homes in the San Juan Metropolitan Area to include Condado, Isla Verde, Miramar and Punta Las Marias. Enjoy the beautiful beach front coastline located just minutes from the San Juan international airport, Old San Juan, and within walking distance to the best hotels and casinos in the area, restaurants, shops and much more. During the early 16th century, San Juan was the point of departure of Spanish expeditions to charter or settle unknown parts of the New World. Its fortifications repulsed the English navigator Sir Francis Drake in 1595, as well as later attacks. In the 20th century the city expanded beyond its walled confines, known as Old San Juan, to incorporate suburban Miramar, Santurce, Condado, Hato Rey and Ro Piedras. San Juan is the largest processing center of the island, the metropolitan area has facilities for petroleum and sugar refining, brewing and distilling and produces cement, pharmaceuticals, metal products clothing, and tobacco. The port is one of the busiest in the Caribbean. San Juan is the countrys financial capital, and many U.S. banks and corporations maintain offices or distributing centers there. San Juan is center of Caribbean shipping and is the 2nd largest sea port in the area (after New York City). ATTRACTIONS: Botanical Garden (787) 758-9957. Open from 8am-5pm. Rio Piedras Caparra Museum (787) 781-4795. Open from 8am-4:30pm M-F. Guaynabo Casa Bacardi. (787) 788-8400. Open from 9am-4:30pm M-S & 10am-3:30pm Sun. Catano. Luis A. Ferre Science Park. (787) 740-6868. Bayamon. Closed on Mon.-Tues. Museum of Art of PR (787) 977-6277. Closed on Mon.