San Juan, Puerto Rico
Cabo Rojo (Red Cape), located on the southwestern tip of Puerto Rico, is a charming town that boasts many attractions. Named after the reddish coastline that surrounds it, the town was founded in 1771 as a port. Today, the town is a famous spot between locals for weekend entertainment and summer vacationing. A few resorts and many small hotels are found all over town and countless sea-food restaurants. The most visited sectors are those of Puerto Real, Joyuda and Boquerón, where you can find fishing villages, strips of ocean-front restaurants and plenty of water sports. There's also a lighthouse, hiking trails and a beautiful public beach.
by Melissa Alvarado Sierra