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  • Treat Yourself To A Puerto Rican Cruise

    Puerto Rico is known to be an exotic holiday destination, complete with vibrant energy, an island atmosphere and magnificent beaches to enjoy. As the sparkling ocean waters come rushing to the ...

  • Haciendo surf en Puerto Rico

    Los surfistas experimentados saben que los tres mejores sitios para hacer surf en los EE.UU. son Hawai, California y Puerto Rico. De éstos, Puerto Rico es probablemente el menos famoso, pero así ...

  • Una encantadora opción para viajar en grupo

    Considere los placeres de unas vacaciones conduciendo un lujoso vehículo deportivo utilitario, inmerso en un escenario que le quita la respiración, en compañía de amigos y, por si fuera poco, ...

  • Visit OBRA Galleria

    The OBRA Galleria was the brainchild of Jose E Alegria, who was born into a family of artists, some of whom have contributed greatly to the art culture of Puerto Rico. Alegria’s grandfather ...

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What to See

  • Porta Caribe (South)


    Arroyo (ah-RO-yo) was founded on the 25th December 1855 and is also known as “Pueblo Ingrato-Pueblo Grato”. The name Arroyo comes from a small brook that was used by worn-out travelers who wished to rest and take a drink of water. The city of Arroyo, which has its own local Government, in the 2000 Census had a population of 20,219. It’s located within a dry region called the Southern Coastal ...

  • Community

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  • Sights

    Puerto Mosquito Bioluminescent Bay

    The Puerto Mosquito Bioluminescent Bay on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico, is a fascinating natural phenomenon which is quite rare, and absolutely spectacular. A visit to this popular attraction gives new meaning to the term “night life”, as the waters of the bay glow blue-green with every movement. Fish and other sea creatures appear to glow as they make their way through the waters. ...

  • Culture

    Over the course of Puerto Rico's history the country has been strongly influenced by a number of different cultures. The strongest of these were Spanish and Western, but there are also a number of other cultures which have been merged with these to provide a culture which is unique to Puerto Rico. Today you will find that not only do the inhabitants of this island enjoy a wonderfully rich ...

  • Holiday Inn Hotels

    Holiday Inn Express San Juan

    The city of San Juan is a popular tourist destination in Puerto Rico as it is home to a variety of historic attractions, exciting activities and natural wonders, such as the El Yunque Tropical Rain Forest and Rio Camuy Cave Park. At night, the city comes alive with fun and entertainment. In the district of Condado, in San Juan, visitors will find comfortable accommodation and superb services ...

  • Courses

    El Legado Golf Resort

    Located in the south of Puerto Rico is a hidden treasure. On 285 acres of stunning land surrounded by mountains and the sparkling Caribbean Sea, an adventure awaits those who visit the El Legado Golf Resort. El Legado is situated in Barrio Cimarrona and is the brainchild of renowned golf professional Chi Chi Rodriguez. This remarkable golf resort offers patrons a magnificent luxurious ...

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  • Hotels

    Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa

    Tucked away on Puerto Rico’s relatively undiscovered southwestern coast, far away from the glitz and clamor of more built up parts of the island like San Juan, the Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa offers holidaymakers a chance to get away from it all. The resort is set on 20 acres of landscaped tropical garden and features a half-mile of pristine beach fronting the Caribbean Sea.


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