The ultimate travel guide to beautiful Puerto Rico

Puerto Mosquito Bioluminescent Bay: This bay is inhabited by millions of tiny marine organisms called dinoflagellates that light up when touched. 

Flamenco Beach: The beach’s white sand, clear blue water, and palm trees often put Flamenco on the world’s best beaches list.

La Perla: For a more down-to-earth experience, take a stroll through this historical San Juan neighborhood.

Jobos Beach: Located in Isabela on the northern coast, this is the perfect beach for snorkeling, surfing, and sunbathing.

Old San Juan: The twisting cobblestone streets of Old San Juan will take you back in time.

Rincón: Known as the island’s surf capital, this is the perfect beach for surfing or just enjoying the waves.

Castillo de San Cristobal: Also located in the capital, this 18th-century fort is the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World.

La Cueva del Indio: Located in Arecibo on the island’s northern coast, la Cueva del Indio—meaning the cave of the Indian.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro: Located in San Juan, this 16th-century citadel has stood the test of time.

El Yunque National Forest: Puerto Rico is not only the perfect place for beach lovers, but also for nature lovers. 

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