PORTA
DEL SOL-WEST
Home to some of the best beaches in Puerto Rico, the ocean is definitely the star in the west coast. ...
AGUADA
Aguada is the second oldest of the island’s villages. Proof of this are the ruins of the Ermita Espinar. It was bu...
AÑASCO
The city where the "gods died." The legend tells that the Taino Indians drowned a Spanish soldier, in order
to pr...
Parador Combate Beach Hotel
Rd. 3301, Km. 2.7 Interior, Playa El Combate
Cabo Rojo, PR 00623
www.combatebeach.com
(787...
LODGING
Costa Dorada Beach Hotel
900 Emilio González St.,
Isabela 00662
(787) 872-7255
Hotel Ocean Front
Rd. #4466 B...
MAYAGÜEZ
Mayagüez is the third largest city of the island has an elegant cobblestone town square with a large fountain,
...
RINCÓN
Rincón is known as the town of the "The town of
the Beautiful Sunsets". It is also well known in
surfing circles...
Tourism Company Information Centers
Aguadilla
Rafael Hernández International Airport
(787) 890-3315
(787) 890-3090
(7...
JANUARY
• GUAJATACA DOWNHILL, QUEBRADILLAS
• HUMPBACK WHALE SEASON ( DIC-MAR ), RINCON
• CALF FESTIVAL , SAN SEBASTIAN ...
AGUADILLA
Courtyard by Marriott Aguadilla
West Parade/Belt Road,
Ramey Base Aguadilla
(787) 658-8000
Faro Inn & Suite...
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Porta del Sol - Puerto Rico E-Booklet
Porta del Sol - Puerto Rico E-Booklet
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Porta del Sol - Puerto Rico E-Booklet

Informational E-Booklet of the Porta del Sol region in the west coast of Puerto Rico.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Travel      
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Transcripts - Porta del Sol - Puerto Rico E-Booklet

  • 1. PORTA DEL SOL-WEST Home to some of the best beaches in Puerto Rico, the ocean is definitely the star in the west coast. The region of Porta del Sol is the undisputable surfing capital of Puerto Rico. Rincón is home to several of the best surfing spots in the entire Caribbean. Cabo Rojo’s spectacular coastal cliffs make for some of the island’s most breathtaking beach views. La Parguera in Lajas has one of the few remaining bioluminescent bays in the world. And right before the stars come out at night, any beach on the west coast features some of the best sunset scenes in Puerto Rico. Keep your camera handy. THE BEST OF PORTA DEL SOL Porta del Sol stretches from Quebradillas in the north to Guánica in the south. This area was the first part of Puerto Rico to be explored by Ponce de León. He founded the town of San Germán in 1508, the second city to be established on the island, before he ever knew of San Juan. Today, the largest city in the region is Mayagüez, the third largest city in Puerto Rico and home to the island’s only zoo. Rincón edges the west coast and features some of the most famous surfing beaches in the Caribbean. Farther south, Cabo Rojo boasts roughly 2,000 acres of wildlife refuge, dramatic salt flats and some of the island’s most picturesque beaches. SURFER’S PARADISE The most famous address in Puerto Rico for surfers, Rincón has more than earned its reputation with beaches like Spanish Wall, Indicator, and Steps, just to name a few. This area is also known for its breathtaking beachfront sunsets. Porta del Sol region is comprised of seventeen (17) Municipalities. On the next few pages will find a brief description of each one:
  • 2. AGUADA Aguada is the second oldest of the island’s villages. Proof of this are the ruins of the Ermita Espinar. It was built in honor of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception and is evidence of the evangelization of the Taino Indians. Throughout the year you can enjoy swiming and surfing beaches in Pico de Piedra and Playa Espina r. ATTRACTIONS Centro De Bellas Artes (787) 868-6242 Ermita Espinar Ruins (787) 868-0622 AGUADILLA Aguadilla is known as the "Garden of the Atlantic". The name comes from the colorful sponges and marine life of this ar ea. It is als o known worldwide as a firs t class beach f or surfing. ATTRACTIONS Aguadilla Beaches Known as the “Garden of the Atlantic” for its spectacular marine life and sponges, Aguadilla features some of the best surfing beaches on the island. Crash Boat, Gas Chambers, Wilderness and Surfer’s Beach rank among the top surf destinations in Puerto Rico, and the city has hosted numerous interna-tional surf competitions. Beneath the waves, an underwater kingdom awaits divers and snorkelers. Aguadilla Entertainment Complex Consisting of 4 s eparate facilities - an ice sk ating arena, a bo wling alley, a sk ate park , and a w ater park – it provides fun for the entire family, indoors or outdoors, wet or dry. Aguadilla Ice Skating Arena (787) 819-5555 Las Cascadas Waterpark (787) 819-1030 Aguadilla Bowling Alley (787) 891-3495 Banyan Tree House (787) 891-1005 El Parterre (787) 891-1005 Skate and Splash Park (787) 890-7277 RESTAURANT Tres Amigos (El Faro) Mesón Gastronómico (787) 882-8000 Textura (787) 431-2687 LODGING Courtyard by Marriott Aguadilla West Parade/Belt Road, Ramey Base Aguadilla 00603 Puerto Rico www.courtyardaguadilla.com (787) 658-8000 Faro Inn & Suites Cliff Road Ramey Base Aguadilla, PR 00603 www.ihphospitality.com/farosuites (787) 890-9000 Hotel Cielo Mar Montemar Ave. #84, Aguadilla 00603 www.cielomar.com (787) 882-5959 Hotel Hacienda El Pedregal Road 111, Km. 0.1, Cuesta Nueva Street, Aguadilla, PR 00603 www.elpedregalpr.com (787) 891-6068 Hotel Villa Forín Road 107, Km. 2.1 Rpto El Faro # 5 www.villaforin.com (787) 882-8341 Parador El Faro Rd. 107 km 2.1 Bo. Borinquen Aguadilla, PR 00603 www.ihphospitality.com/PARADORELFARO (787) 882-8000 GOLF Punta Borinquen Golf Club (787) 890-2987
  • 3. AÑASCO The city where the "gods died." The legend tells that the Taino Indians drowned a Spanish soldier, in order to prove that the Spaniards were not gods. The result started the Tauno Indian rebellion of 1511. You can go surfing in Balneario Thr ee Brothers. ATTRACTIONS El Castillo Water Park (787) 826-6088 Salto De La Encantada (787) 826-3100 LODGING Rincón Beach Resort Road 115 KM 5.8, Añasco Puerto Rico 00610 www.rinconbeach.com (787) 589-9000 CABO ROJO There are two theories about the origin of name of Cabo Rojo. One is the cliffs’ red color which is caused by the salt water. The other is for the red color of the rubble around the lighthouse. Cabo Rojo includes areas of B oqueron, El Comba tey and Jo yuda. Each ar ea has its special fla vor. The t own is v ery famous for its raw oysters with lemon juice and fr esh s eafood brought to the fishing port o f Puerto Real. ATTRACTIONS La Playuela (Bahía Sucia) Bahía Sucia, or “Dirty Bay,” is anything but filthy. It’s actually one of the most picturesque half-moon shaped beaches in Puerto Rico, a secluded treasure on the southeastern tip of the island. Overlooking the beach is the Cabo R ojo lighthouse, which w as built in 1882. Balneario de Boquerón Boquerón Beach is very family friendly with picnic tables, convenient parking, gazebos, handicaped facilities, accommodations, cafeteria, playground, restrooms, and lots of palm trees perfect for a shaded nap on the beach. Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge and Salt Flats The salt flats of Cabo Rojo and the Combate Beach coastline trails are a U.S. National Wildlife Refuge and an absolute paradise for bird watching enthusi-asts. This arid landscape, almost an alien world amid Puerto Rico’s lush vegetation and azure beaches, is home to 25 species of migrating shore-birds. In fact, this is the most important point of convergence for migrating shorebirds in the eastern Caribbean. The salt flats are also frequented by over 90 resident and migratory birds, and are part of the designated critical habitat of the yellow-shouldered blackbird, an endangered species. Trails available from the salt flats, Com-bate Beach, visitor centers, and Laguna Cartagena Refuge. (787) 851-2999 Cabo Rojo Salt Flats A stark contrast to the beaches and forests of Puerto Rico, the salt flats of Cabo Rojo present a bleached, barren landscape. It’s a popular destina-tion for birds and birders alike, and a walk along the flats leads to a lovely stretch of white-sand beach. It is estimated that 40,000 birds visit this area yearly. It has an interpretative trail with panels, gazebos as well as birds and butterfly watching trails and moun tain bike route. RESTAURANTS Perichi's Steak and Sea Mesón Gastronómico (787) 851-3131 Restaurante La Cascada Mesón Gastronómico (787) 851-2158 Restaurante Tino's Mesón Gastronómico (787) 851-2976 LODGING Cofresí Beach Hotel #57 Muñoz Rivera - Boqueron, Puerto Rico 00622 www.cofresibeach.com (787)254-3000 Parador Boquemar P.O. Box 133, Boquerón, Cabo Rojo, 00622 www.boquemar.com 787-851-2158
  • 4. Parador Combate Beach Hotel Rd. 3301, Km. 2.7 Interior, Playa El Combate Cabo Rojo, PR 00623 www.combatebeach.com (787) 254-2358 Parador Joyuda Beach Road # 102 KM 11.8 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico www.paradorjoyudabeach.com (787) 851-5650 Parador Perichi’s HC-02 Box 16310, Cabo Rojo 00623 www.hotelperichi.com (787) 851-0590 Western Bay Boquerón Beach Hotel Road 101, Boquerón Public Beach Entrance www.westernbayhotels.com (787) 851-7110 GOLF Club Deportivo del Oeste (787) 851-8880 GUANICA Guánica offers one of the most spectacular bays in Puerto Rico, beautiful beaches, hiking, diving areas, snorkeling, and f orests. Guánic a Dry F orest was designated a Biospher e Reserve by UNESCO. ATTRACTIONS Guánica Dry Forest This subtropical dry forest is very different from the lush rainforest of El Yunque. Designated as a United Nations Biosphere, the Guánica forest is home to more than 600 types of flora and fauna and 48 endan-gered species, 16 of which are endemic to the island. A visit here includes a trip to the idyllic and unspoiled Gilligan’s Island. Hacienda Santa Rita (787) 856-1476 LODGING Copamarina Resort & Spa Road 333 KM 6.5, Cana Gorda, Guanica, Puerto Rico 00653-0805 www.copamarina.com (787) 821-0505 Parador Guánica 1929 Road 3116, Km. 2.5 Los Veteranos Ave., Ensenada Guánica, Puerto Rico www.tropicalinnspr.com/es/guanica.php (787) 821-0099 HORMIGUEROS At the town square you will find the Our Lady of Monserrate Basilica. Legend has it that the church was built to celebrate the intercession of Our Lady of Montserrat to save the life of a man. While work-ing in the field, the farmer was hit by an enraged bull. The man prayed to the Virgin to save his life and suddenly the bull fell and the farmer was saved. Since then, the people of the town are known as great devotees of the Virgin Mary. Also in the town is the Márquez House. This historic home is a good example of the architecture of the time, and is preserve a s it w as in the eigh teenth century. ATTRACTIONS Basílica Menor La Monserrate Built in the small town of Hormigueros in the west coast, this basilica dates back to the late 16th century as a dedication to the Virgin of Montserrat. Its architecture combines Roman-tic elements and features a bell tower with Arabic elements. LODGING Paradise Guest House Rd. 345, Km 2.2, Hormigueros 00660 (787) 849-2679 ISABELA Nature lovers will find rivers, lakes and caves to explore. Guajataca Forest has a system of walking trails that are worth exploring. Isabela beach is spectacular with accommodations available along the coast. There are also many restaurants on the beach. ATTRACTIONS Villa Pesquera (787) 872-6400 Guajataca Tunel (787) 830-1034 Hermita S.Antonio Padua (787) 872-2100 Guajataca Forest (787) 872-1045 RESTAURANTS Olas y Arenas (Villas Del Mar Hau) Mesón Gastronómico (787) 872-2045
  • 5. LODGING Costa Dorada Beach Hotel 900 Emilio González St., Isabela 00662 (787) 872-7255 Hotel Ocean Front Rd. #4466 Bo.Bajuras Sector Playa Jobos Isabela www.oceanfrontpr.com (787) 872-0444 Parador Villas Del Mar Hau Rd 466 , Sector Bajuras, Montones Beach www.paradorvillasdelmarhau.com (787) 872-2045 Royal Isabela 396 Ave Noel Estrada, Isabela PR 00662 www.royalisabela.com (787) 609-5888 Villa Montaña Beach Rd. 4466 KM 1.9 Interior, Barrio Bajuras Isabela, Puerto Rico 00662 www.villamontana.com (787) 872-9554 Villas de Costa Dorada 900 Emilio González St., Isabela 00662 (787) 872-7255 GOLF Royal Isabela (787) 609-5888 LAS MARIAS Las Marias was founded in 1871. This agricultural center is known as the "City of the sweet Orange" for its orange grooves. It is also known for its coffee history, which is found in the archives of the Library of the S tate Historic Preservation Office. T his is als o an area of archaeological impor tance. ATTRACTIONS Hacienda Palma Escrita (787) 210-8252 MARICAO Historically, Maricao was a haven for Spanish and Taino Indians where they were protected from attacks by pirates and Carib Indians. Today it is known as one of the most important sites for coffee coffee producing area in Puerto Rico and is known as the “City of coffee”. There is also a fish hatchery and the f orest of Maric ao. ATTRACTIONS Torre De Piedra (787) 838-2290 Maricao Forest (787) 838-1040 LAJAS Lajas Valley is famous for its big head pineapple farms, a type of large, juicy pineapple. Also known as the "City of the Bishop," because in this town was born the first Puerto Rican bishop of the Catholic Church after the Spanish-American War. ATTRACTIONS La Parguera One of three bioluminescent bays, or bio bays, in Puerto Rico, is located at La Parguera, a Lajas Village. The visibility in these waters makes for excellent diving and snorkeling. RESTAURANTS Rest Aquamarina (Parador Villa Parguera) Mesón Gastronómico (787) 899-7777 LODGING Estancia La Jamaca Rd. 304, Reparto Laborde, Colinas La Parguera, La Parguera, 00667 www.lapargueralajas.com/lajamaca.htm (787) 899-6162 Parador Villa Parguera Rd. #304 k.m. 3.3, La Parguera, Lajas www.villaparguerapr.com (787) 899-7777 Parador Turtle Bay Inn 6th St # 153 La Parguera, Lajas - Puerto Rico www.turtlebayinn.com (787) 899-6633
  • 6. MAYAGÜEZ Mayagüez is the third largest city of the island has an elegant cobblestone town square with a large fountain, benches and a statue of Christopher Columbus on a globe-shaped pedestal. You'll also find the historic Teatro Yaguez restored to serve as a cultural center of the community, the Dr. John A. Rivero Zoo, the only one in Puerto Rico and the Experimental Station. Anyone whoe enjoys wine and fruit juices should try their famous sangria witch combine both in a refreshing tropical drink. Another specialty of Mayagüez its "brazo gitano", (gypsy arm) which is a v anilla sponge c ake filled with chees e, guava and o ther t asty ingedientes. ATTRACTIONS Eugenio María de Hostos Museum Located in Mayagüez, this museum commemorates the life of Hostos one of greatest thinkers in Puerto Rico and L atin Americ a. Entrance is fr ee of charge. (787) 834-4263 Mayagüez Zoo The only zoo in Puerto Rico hosts 17 species hailing from South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and our own island. Among them there are lions, tigers, leopards, elephants, snakes, rhinoceros, giraffes, monkeys, and exotic birds. (787) 834- 8110 Yagüez Theather (787) 832-5882 RESTAURANTS Hacienda Latina Mesón Gastronómico (787) 833-2041 LODGING Hotel Colonial 14 South Iglesia Street Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 00680 www.hotelcolonial.com (787) 833-2150 Howard Johnson Downtown Mayaguez Méndez Vigo St #70, Mayagüez 00680 www.ihphospitality.com/howardjohnsonmayaguez (787) 832-9191 Mayaguez Holiday Inn Tropical Casino 2701 Justo Avenue, Mayagüez 00680 www.ihg.com/hotels/us/en/reservation?scmisc=header_hi (787) 833-1100 Mayaguez Resort & Casino P.O. Box 3781, Mayagüez 00680 www.mayaguezresort.com (787) 832-3030 MOCA Moca is known as the town of bobbin lace (Mundillo) in Puerto Rico. The traditional bobbin lace (Mundillo) is produced and s old throughout the y ear. Visit the T he Moreau Mansion, a his toric French Provencal mansion. ATTRACTIONS El Palacete Los Moreau, Labadié Castle Historically known as the Labadié Mansion in the town of Moca, this house inspired writer Enrique Laguerre to write La Llamarada. The property was recently restored as a museum and renamed the "Palacete Los Moreau" in honor of Laguerre’s novel. It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Hacienda Iruena Manor Hous e. Mundillo Museum (787) 877-3815 QUEBRADILLAS Quebradillas is known as "La Guarida del Pirata" (The Pirate's Hideout). The town was founded in 1823. This town derives its name from the large amount of streams that run through the town. The name literally means "small streams". Quebradillas is faces the Atlantic Ocean, north of San Sebastián; east of Isabela; and west of Camuy. Quebradillas is home o f one o f the 20 designa ted forest reserves in Puer to Rico. ATTRACTIONS LODGING Rafael Perez Santaliz Aquatic Park (787) 895-2840 Parador Vistamar Quebradillas Skate Park (787) 895-2840 Rd 113, N. Km.102.8 Int. # 6205, Quebradillas 00678 RESTAURANTS http://paradorvistamar.hotelpp.com (787) 895-2065 Flamboyán Parador Vistamar Mesón Gastronómico (787) 895-2065
  • 7. RINCÓN Rincón is known as the town of the "The town of the Beautiful Sunsets". It is also well known in surfing circles, so much so that is mentioned in the famous song "Surfin’ Safari" by The Beach Boys. Among the main attractions is El Faro (The Light House) and its park. From the shore you can see whales very near Lighthouse in winter time. If you dive or do underwater sports should consider a visit to Desecheo Island east of Rincon. ATTRACTIONS Rincón Lighthouse & Park Built in 1922, this lighthouse is situated in a park with great views to Domes Beach and nearby Desecheo Island. It’s also a great place to watch the sunset and, if in season, whales swimming by. LODGING Beside the Pointe on the Beach Rd. 413 Km 4.4 Interior, 00677 Rincón www.besidethepointe.com (787) 823-8550 Casa Isleña Inn Barrio Puntas, Rd. Int. 413 km. 4.8, Rincón, PR 00677 www.casa-islena.com/Site/home.html (787) 823-1525 The Lazy Parrot Inn & Restaurant Road 413 Km 4.1, Bo. Puntas, Rincón, PR 00677 www.lazyparrot.com (787) 823-5654 The Pineapple Inn 2911 Calle 11, Sector Stella, Rincón 00677 www.thepineappleinn.net (787) 823-1430 Villa Cofresí Hotel & Restaurant Road 115, Km. 12.0, Rincón, Puerto Rico, 00677 www.villacofresi.com (787) 823-2450 SABANA GRANDE This is one of the entrances to the scenic route and two major forests, Maricao and Susúa. Founded in 1813, the native people of Sabana Grande is known as the "petateros" for the abundance of the petate palms that grows in the ar ea. ATTRACTIONS Bosque Susúa (787) 502-6754 Casa Verde Guest House P. O. Box 1102, Rincón 00677 www.casaverdehotel.com (787) 823-3756 Casa Vista del Mar Rd. 115 Km 11.5 Int. Bo Pueblo, Rincón, 00677 www.casavistapr.com (787) 823-6437 Coconut Palms Inn 2734 St. 8, Comunidad Estela, Rincón,PR 00677 www.coconutpalmsinn.com (787) 823-0147 Dos Angeles del Mar Guest House HC1 Box 4320 Rincón, PR 00677 www.dosangelesdelmar.com (787) 823-1378 Parador Villa Antonio Rd. 115 km. 12, Rincón, Puerto Rico 00677 www.villa-antonio.com (787) 823-2645 Rincón of the Seas Grand Caribbean Hotel Rd. 115 km 12.2 Rincon PR 00677 www.rinconoftheseas.com (787) 823-7500 The Horned Dorset Primavera www.horneddorset.com (787) 823-4030
  • 8. Tourism Company Information Centers Aguadilla Rafael Hernández International Airport (787) 890-3315 (787) 890-3090 (787) 721-2400 x. 1702 Cabo Rojo Porta del Sol Regional Office Galery 100 (787) 851-7015 (787) 851-7070 (787) 721-2400 x. 1705 Airport Rafael Hernández International Airpor t, Aguadilla Porta del Sol has its largest airport in the town of Aguadilla, with direct flights to cities in the United States. If you’d like to travel directly to the west co ast, look f or the BQN airpor t code. (787) 891-222 Find Puerto Rico on: Twitter (http://twitter.com/PRTourismCo) Facebook (http://facebook.com/seepuertorico) Pinterest Contact Us Live chat (http://messenger.providesupport.com/messenger/eddinc.html) 1-800-866-7827 Travel Experts (http://www.prterewards.com/) Press (http://blog.seepuertorico.com/press_release) Partners Puerto Rico Convention Bureau www.meetpuertorico.com Puerto Rico Convention Center www.prconvention.com Puerto Rico Hotel Association www.prhta.org Department of Economic Development www2.pr.gov/Directorios/Pages/InfoAgencia.aspx?PRIFA=119 SAN GERMÁN San Germán w as founded in 15 10 and is kno wn a s the "City o f the F ounders". It is the s econd oldest town in Puer to Rico. It is very quiet and has a significant architectural heritage. The Church of Porta Coeli, founded in 1606 is one of the oldest churches in the W estern Hemisphere. ATTRACTIONS Porta Coeli As Puerto Rico’s second oldest city, San Germán has maintained much of its historic architecture, which includes the Porta Coeli Church, one of the oldest in the western hemisphere. Also worth a visit is the Santo Domingo de Porta Coeli Mus eum of Religious Ar t. Museo Casa Ramírez de Arellá (787) 892-8870 Museo Casa Aurelio Tió (787) 892-3790 SAN SEBASTIÁN San Sebastian is at the center of the karst region of Puerto Rico. Its residents are known as "Pepinianos" because locals call them "cucumbers" the hummocks. A peculiar characteristic of its the location of the church faces the plaza from the nor th. ATTRACTIONS Hacienda La Fe (787) 280-9990 Museo Casa Doña Bisa (787) 280-9990 Zip Line & Skate Park (787) 280-9990 LODGING Hacienda El Jibarito Road 445, Km6.5, San Sebastián, 00685 www.haciendaeljibarito.com (787) 280-4040
  • 9. JANUARY • GUAJATACA DOWNHILL, QUEBRADILLAS • HUMPBACK WHALE SEASON ( DIC-MAR ), RINCON • CALF FESTIVAL , SAN SEBASTIAN FEBRUA RY • DOWNHILL TOBBOGAN AND KITE FESTIVAL, LAJAS • COFFEE HARVEST FESTIVAL, MARICAO • CORONA EXTRA PRO SURF, RINCON MARCH • JOYUDA INTERNATIONAL TRIATHLON, CABO ROJO • SEAFOOD FESTIVAL, CABO ROJO • SWEET ORANGE FESTIVAL, LAS MARIAS • FIVE DAYS IN OUR COUNTRY, MAYAGUEZ APRIL • KITE FESTIVAL, AGUADILLA • KITE FESTIVAL, MAYAGUEZ • RINCON FILM FEST, RINCON • RINCON STAND UP PADDLE, RINCON MAY • PORTA DEL SOL CULINARY FESTIVAL, MAYAGUEZ JUNE • BLUE CRAB FESTIVAL, GUANICA • TANGO FESTIVAL, ISABELA • SAINT PETER FESTIVAL, LAJAS • MANGO FESTIVAL, MAYAGUEZ • BOBBINLACE FESTIVAL, MOCA • RINCON TRIATHLON, RINCON JULY • YOUTH FESTIVAL, AÑASCO • GUANICA TOWN FESTIVAL, GUANICA • YOUTH FESTIVAL, HORMIGUEROS • ANTIQUE TOYS FESTIVAL, ISABELA • LAJAS VALLEY AGRICULTURAL FESTIVAL, LAJAS • HAMMOCK FESTIVAL, SAN SEBASTIAN AUGUST • LA PARGUERA 100K CYCLING EVENT, LAJAS • LAND TURTLE FESTIVAL, MAYAGUEZ • ANTIQUE FAIR, SAN GERMAN SEPTEMBER • LA MON SERRATE RAFT RACE, MOCA • LOLA RODRIGUEZ DE TIOFESTIVAL, SAN GERMAN OCTOBER • CHIPE FESTIVAL, AÑASCO • LIGHT TACKLE BLUE MARLIN TOURNAMENT, CABO ROJO • YUCCA FESTIVAL, ISABELA • ENCANTO PRO BODYBOARDING, ISABELA • WEST BEER FEST, MAYAGUEZ NOVEMBER • DISCOVERY OF PUERTO RICO ARTISANS’ FAIR, AGUADA • PUERTO RICAN IDENTITY FESTIVAL, GUANICA • CORONA EXTRA PRO SURF, ISABELA • BOBBIN LACE FESTIVAL, MOCA DECEMBER • PETATE FESTIVAL, SABANA GRANDE FESTIVALS & EVENTS
  • 10. AGUADILLA Courtyard by Marriott Aguadilla West Parade/Belt Road, Ramey Base Aguadilla (787) 658-8000 Faro Inn & Suites Cliff Road Ramey Base Aguadilla (787) 890-9000 Hotel Cielo Mar Montemar Ave. #84 (787) 882-5959 Hotel Hacienda El Pedregal Road 111, Km. 0.1, Calle Cuesta Nueva (787) 891-6068 Hotel Villa Forín Road 107, Km. 2.1 Rpto El Faro # 5 (787) 882-8341 Parador El Faro Road 107 km 2.1 Bo. Borinquen Aguadilla, PR (787) 882-8000 AÑASCO Rincón Beach Resort Road 115 KM 5.8 (787) 589-9000 CABO ROJO Cofresí Beach Hotel #57 Muñoz Rivera (787)254-3000 Parador Boquemar P.O. Box 133, Boquerón, 787-851-2158 Parador Combate Beach Hotel Road 3301, Km. 2.7 Interior Playa El Combate (787) 254-2358 Parador Joyuda Beach Road # 102 KM 11.8 (787) 851-5650 Parador Perichi’s HC-02 Box 16310 (787) 851-0590 Western Bay Boquerón Beach Hotel Road 101 (787) 851-7110 GUANICA Copamarina Resort & Spa Road 333 KM 6.5, Cana Gorda (787) 821-0505 Parador Guánica 1929 Road 3116, Km. 2.5 Los Veteranos Ave., Ensenada (787) 821-0099 HORMIGUEROS Paradise Guest House (787) 849-2679 ISABELA Costa Dorada Beach Hotel 900 Emilio González St., (787) 872-7255 Hotel Ocean Front Road #4466 Bo.Bajuras Sector Playa Jobos (787) 872-0444 Parador Villas Del Mar Hau Rd 466 , Sector Bajuras, Montones Beach (787) 872-2045 Royal Isabela 396 Ave Noel Estrada (787) 609-5888 Villa Montaña Beach Road 4466 KM 1.9 Interior, Barrio Bajuras (787) 872-9554 Villas de Costa Dorada 900 Emilio González St. (787) 872-7255 LAJAS Estancia La Jamaca Road 304, Reparto Laborde, Colinas La Parguera, La Parguera (787) 899-6162 Parador Villa Parguera Road #304 k.m. 3.3, La Parguera, (787) 899-7777 Parador Turtle Bay Inn 6th st # 153 La Parguera (787) 899-6633 MAYAGÜEZ Hotel Colonial 14 south Iglesia Street (787) 833-2150 Howard Johnson Downtown Mayagüez Méndez Vigo St #70 (787) 832-9191 Mayagüez Holiday Inn Tropical Casino 2701 Justo Avenue, (787) 833-1100 Mayagüez Resort & Casino (787) 832-3030 QUEBRADILLAS Parador Vistamar Road 113, N. Km.102.8 Int. # 6205 (787) 895-2065 RINCÓN Beside the Pointe on the Beach Road 413 Km 4.4 Interior (787) 823-8550 Casa Isleña Inn Barrio Puntas, Carr. Int. 413 km. 4.8 (787) 823-1525 Casa Verde Guest House P. O. Box 1102 (787) 823-3756 Casa Vista del Mar Rd 115 Km 11.5 Int. Bo Pueblo (787) 823-6437 Coconut Palms Inn 2734 St 8, Comunidad Estela (787) 823-0147 Dos Angeles del Mar Guest House (787) 823-1378 Parador Villa Antonio Road 115 km. 12 (787) 823-2645 Rincón of the Seas Grand Caribbean Hotel Road 115 km 12.2 (787) 823-7500 The Horned Dorset Primavera (787) 823-4030 The Lazy Parrot Inn & Restaurant Road 413 Km 4.1, Bo. Puntas (787) 823-5654 The Pineapple Inn 2911 St 11, Sector Stella (787) 823-1430 Villa Cofresí Hotel & Restaurant Road 115, Km. 12.0 (787) 823-2450 SAN SEBASTIÁN Hacienda El Jibarito (787) 280-4040 LODGING
  • 11. EXCURSIONS COMPANIES NAME CATEGORY TOWN PHONES WEBSITES FISHING Light Tackle Adventures Fishing Cabo Rojo (787) 849-1430 (787) 547-7380 www.lighttackleadventure.8k.com Parguera Fishing Charters Fishing Lajas (787) 899-4698 (787) 382-4698 www.puertoricofishingcharters.com Mahi-Mahi Tours & Fishing Charters Fishing San Germán (787) 642-2627 (787) 642-2587 http://charters.villadelrey.net/ HISTORY / CULTURE Amigos Tours &Travel History/Culture (include nightlife) Añasco (787) 826-6418 (787) 360-9398 www.amigostours.net NATURE / ADVENTURE Eco Bike Tours & Rentals Nature/Adventure Aguadilla (787) 512-2730 (787) 362-9885 VerdeAzul Stand Up Paddleboard/Northwest Partnes Nature/Adventure Aguadilla (787) 951-5702 (787) 299-1311 www.verdeazulpr.com Tropical Trail Rides Nature/Adventure Isabela (787) 872-9256 www.tropicaltrailrides.com Coastal Marine at West Nature/Adventure Lajas (787) 310-8458 (787) 264-0516 coastalmarinepr.com AdvenTours Nature/Adventure Mayagüez (787) 530-8311 www.adventourspr.com w ww.birdingpr.com NAUTICAL / WATERSPORTS West Paradise Nautical/Watersports Aguadilla (787) 546-1114 (787) 891-8602 Adventures Tourmarine Nautical/Watersports Cabo Rojo (787) 255-2525 (787) 375-2625 www.tourmarinepr.com Paradise Puerto Rico Water Sport & Jetski rental Nautical/Watersports Cabo Rojo (787) 567-4386 www.pprwatersports.com Pino's Boat & Water Fun, Inc. Nautical/Watersports Guánica (787) 484-8083 (787) 821-6864 Coconut Water Sports Nautical/Watersports Rincón (787) 309-9328 (787) 823-2450 Flying Fish Parasail Nautical/Watersports Rincón (787) 823-2359 (787) 431-3044 www.parasailpr.com Katarina Sail Charters Nautical/Watersports Rincón (787) 823-7245 (787) 308-3190 www.sailrinconpuertorico.com SCUBA & SNORKELING Aquatica Dive & Surf Scuba & Snorkeling Aguadilla (787) 890-6071 www.aquaticadive-surf.com Puerto Rico Technical Diving Center Scuba & Snorkeling Aguadilla (787) 997-3483 (787) 431-0185 www.technicaldivingPR.com Mona Aquatics Scuba & Snorkeling Cabo Rojo (787) 851-2185 (787) 206-2205 www.monaaquatics.com Pirate Divers Scuba & Snorkeling Cabo Rojo (787) 692-1077 (787) 692-1077 Island Scuba Scuba & Snorkeling Guánica (787) 821-4373 (787) 309-6556 sanjuandiver.com Taino Divers Scuba & Snorkeling Rincón (787) 823-6429 (787) 398-6006 www.tainodivers.com SURFING Surf Lessons PR Surfing Rincón (787) 617-4731 surfleessonspuertorico.com
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