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Aguadilla is home of the most beutiful beaches in the Caribbean. Aguadilla's beaches also have big, glassy and powerful surf waves.
Updated Nov 6, 2005
Address: Borinquen, Aguadilla
This is a typical sunset from one of the many mountain and hills that are home of hundreds of winding roads.
Updated Jul 28, 2005
Address: Km # 2 Custa Vieja
The restaurant at Hotel El Faro is probably the best in Auguadilla. It has a nice, quiet outdoor setting, and a local Puerto Rican menu. Also I think there were Creole and Mexican choices. Great seafood.
Updated Apr 24, 2005
Address: Hotel El Faro
Phone: 787 882 8000
This is a great place. Outdoor, right on the beach, lots of fun. After dark there is dancing. Thursday - Saturday the place was packed.
Half the fun is finding the place, but everyone in Auguadilla knows where it is so just ask around. Its on Jobos beach, off the road from Auguadilla to Isabella (110).
Favorite Dish: Good seafood.
Updated Apr 20, 2005
Address: Jobos beach
Rosalinda's is a mexican restaurant with all of the charm of the Island without compromising the luxuries of the States. The restaurant has a Bilingual menu, clean bathrooms and A/C. At the back of the restaurant there are apt. where surfers in search of the perfect wave can rest at ease with entertainment within walking distance. I strongly recommend there quesadillas, mmm good!. JD's has a state of the art sound system, a/c , a full bar, stage for bands to play and a variety of art displayed in an art deco modern back drop. It also offers clean and private restrooms with air conditioning. Jd's is a great venue to catch local bands.
Dress Code: Casual and relax
Updated Mar 12, 2010
Address: gate 5
This is Flamenco Beach in Culebra, one of the worlds more beautiful beaches.
From the ferry dock in Culebra or from outside the airport you can easily catch public transportation to Flamenco Beach. $2. each way.
You would be wise to take your drinking water (and perhaps a sandwich) with you. You can eat in town ... or sometimes the Restaurant/Bar, at the hotel at the far end of the beach, is open. Little Kiosks that sell cheap food have opened in Flamenco Beach but probably not in the winter mid-week.
Culebra has more tourists than Vieques Island and is more expensive. The 'Water Taxi' ride out to Culebrita Island and/or to Luis Pena Island is well worth the trip. The Campgrounds on Flamenco beach is one of the better places to camp in the world, you may need a permit in advance, you may not. ..see the camping pages for info.
Kayaking is great fun in Culebra.
Culebra is a nice place to bicycle. Culebra Bike and Beach Rentals 787-742-2209 is located right in town.
Written Jul 28, 2005
Take the backroads into the mountains.. San Sebastian or Maricao, for example. Getting lost is inevitable, so might as well enjoy it!
These roads are narrow and winding, as they pass through mountains and dense forest. Its slow-going but very rewarding.
Be especially careful weekend evenings as you will encounter people, crowds of people, horses, and all sorts of vehicles in the road.
Updated Apr 20, 2005