Accommodations

With a nickname like "El pueblo de las doce calles," which means "the town of twelve streets," it probably comes as no surprise to visitors that this town is not overrun by resorts and hotels. In fact, when a major resort chain tried to purchase land along the coast, the people protested the development and eventually the chain rescinded its offer. Villas and rental homes remain the chief accommodation offering, allowing visitors to set up a place to call home as they… more…

Hotels

With easy access both to the Caribbean… more…

Villa Rentals

Within the town of Guanica, visitors… more…

Beaches

Most agree that outside of the dry forest reserve, the beaches are the main reason to visit Guanica. Flat, soft white sand shores sweep out to the ocean which laps ashore calmly. Unfortunately only one of the beaches here has on-site facilities and it isn't open to the public regularly, so make sure to bring your own supplies. You will find a large selection of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Just click on the beach names to get additional… more…

Natural Attractions

There may not be a town with more green… more…

Attractions

Guanica is an outstanding destination… more…

Activities

Set on Puerto Rico's undeveloped southwest coast, Guanica is a quiet town that welcomes visitors who want to escape busy cities like San Juan. Many of the best loved activities here will keep you outdoors, like hiking through the Dry Forest, or scuba diving not far off the coast. Lazy days… more…

Diving

Guanica is located along Puerto Rico's southern coast, which is recognized… more…

Shopping

The small town of Guanica is growing as an eco-tourism… more…

Snorkeling

A string of cays off the coast of Guanica make this town… more…

Weather

Puerto Rico is made up mostly of mountains with a coastal plain belt in the north. The mountains jut out to the sea on the west coast, but there are… more…

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