This destination has it all- beautiful beaches, stunning landscape, and lively culture. You'd be surprised to find out how much the culture of this city adds to your vacation experience! (Oh yeah, the magnificent scenery helps too!) The locals are very hospitable and more than happy to show you around this great city but still give you the time to relax and take it all in. If you prefer to explore on your own, make sure you visit the lush rain forests or dive in the clear blue water.
Old San Juan is a 7-square-block was once the most powerful fortress in the Caribbean, surrounded by a wall that held off would-be attackers. By the 19th century, however, it had become one of the Caribbean's most charming residential and commercial districts. Today it's a setting for many restaurants and shops, as well as many hotels and resorts located along the beachfront.
Puerto Rico is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and its hundreds of miles of coastline harbor an almost endless selection for the beach connoisseur. Beaches come in every size, color, and form, from the pure white dunes of Isabela to the black volcanic sands near Punta Santiago. You can find a beach for any level of seaside activity, from a stroll in the shimmering shallow waters at Luquillo to a thrilling ride in the boisterous surf of Rinc?n.
Whether you're dreaming about spectacular surfing waves, a challenging golf course, or the perfect sunbathing beach, Puerto Rico offers the active traveler a tremendous array of opportunities. Surfing and golf compete with tennis, fishing, kayaking, SCUBA diving, and horseback riding, not to mention windsurfing and parasailing, for your active time. Puerto Rico's perpetual summer weather begs you to enjoy the sport of your choice!