Visit Puerto Rico. Here you learn about popular sites in Puerto Rico, and its natural attributes which lend themselves perfectly to sports and exploration.
As a Caribbean island, you may associate Puerto Rico with its array of sandy beaches and stunning landscapes, suited to the more chilled traveler looking to kick back and relax, but there’s much more to this popular holiday destination than meets the eye. The Island itself is the smallest of the Greater Antilles in terms of land area, and is made up of its main Island, and a number of smaller Islands, including Culebra, Mona and Vieques. San Juan is the capital, which is split into various districts and offers a balanced mixture between old and new, traditional and contemporary.
Puerto Rico’s main sites of interest are perhaps its beaches, which span for over 270 miles, and being a tropical island, it’s packed with diverse foliage and stunning forests. Keen surfers know Rincón to the West as a Caribbean surfers’ Paradise, closely followed by Isabela and Aguadilla in the North West.
For those in search of action, Puerto Rico is of course home to an array of theme parks, zoos and other attractions, with its main cities offering all that would be expected in the way of culture and history.
In this section you can learn about other popular sites in Puerto Rico, and its natural attributes such as caves and coral reefs which lend themselves perfectly to sports and exploration. Whether a traveler in search of relaxation on a beach like Luquillo with Rainforest views, an adrenalin rush on the Salinas Speedway, or some history in the capital with its array of defensive forts; Puerto Rico offers a plethora of diverse and varied places to visit for travelers old and young.