You won’t just be limited to the beach in Puerto Rico, whether you want to enjoy the melody of colours with a tour through the rainforest or gaze upon captivating colonial artefacts in San Juan, Puerto Rico holidays won’t disappoint with the plethora of things to do and places to see, tempting you round every corner.
Then Puerto Rico is the place for you! There’s a range of activities that will suit families, couples and young groups as you wander through the wondrous country which is Puerto Rico. Set uniquely in the Caribbean, winter sun is just one of the many options throughout the year; whether that’s because you want to escape the cold this winter or just top up that ever-fading summer tan, Puerto Rico is a must-visit if you want to have fun times in the sunshine.
For the beach bums out there, you’re going to want to situate yourselves near to Ocean Park, Luquillo or Pine Grove Beach, three of the top beaches where you’ll be able to sun yourselves, take a dive with dolphins or serve up a spike for the avid volleyball players that litter the shoreline. Although there’s plenty of fun to be had in the sun, culture vultures will be served well with the city of San Juan injecting a slice of history into Puerto Rico holidays.
Puerto Rico is as varied and diverse as they come; La Cueva del Indio can be found in Arecibo, a cave of gigantic proportions while also being home to picturesque petroglyphs and pictograms from times long forgotten. However, if you’re scared of the dark, there’s no quicker way to get away than by horse-riding or mountain biking through Carabali Rainforest Park, outstanding natural beauty deep in the heart of the Caribbean, which is a must-see for anyone who is looking to get back in touch with Mother Nature during their holidays in Puerto Rico.
Explore some of the Spanish charm in Old San Juan, restored buildings that date back to Spain’s colonial rule give the Caribbean a unique take on European architecture – there’s nothing quite like wandering the sun-painted paved streets of this scintillating city. In particular, you should take time out to visit San Juan Cathedral, or clamber up the cobblestone pathways to Paseo de la Princesa, while a short walk away you’ll find the Museum of Art, a hub of creative and artistic treasures that demonstrate Puerto Rico’s important cultural heritage.
Undoubtedly enjoying your holidays to Puerto Rico, you’ll have to find time to visit a restaurant or two to really take in the laid-back lifestyle that awaits you. From Danish cuisine to Italian treats, you’re sure to find something that will suit all, whether it’s gorging on great food in Cosi Come Sei, getting a feel for fresh fish at Grill Costa Mar or indulging in Breakfast at Tiffanys – great value for money in what is Puerto Rico’s take on the famous name.