Accommodations

Not too far away from San Juan, Loiza is a great destination for families hoping to absorb the local culture -- for which this town is known for displaying with great passion -- without staying in the heart of the busiest town in Puerto Rico. The pattern of available accommodations seems to be in keeping with their over-all general style. Resorts, large hotels, and villa complexes are set along the shore, while single rental properties are more easily found in out of the… more…

Hotels

There are few hotels to speak of directly… more…

Villa Rentals

Loiza tends to attract families who… more…

Activities

Loiza has a vibrant Afro-Caribbean presence that makes it unlike any other destination on the island of Puerto Rico: quiet, but full of life. Tourism is not big business here, but there are plenty of activities available for those that do make the trip including a visit to a well-known archeological… more…

Shopping

Loiza is a great center of culture in Puerto Rico, and while shopping… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Caribbean is a known Mecca for sport yachtsmen, many… more…

Beaches

The beaches of Loiza are lined with vendors selling the wares, but the one you'll want to hunt down is the cart selling fresh coconut milk.… more…

Restaurants

Within the northeastern town of Loiza visitors will find the restaurants… more…

Attractions

Loiza, a town important for its Afro-Caribbean roots, is often overlooked… more…

Casinos

Transportation

Just a short distance from the transportation hub of San Juan, Loiza is… more…

Air Travel

One of the busiest airports in the Caribbean is located on the island… more…

Rental Cars

Although a relatively small town, the recommended source of transportation… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Caribbean is a known Mecca for sport… more…

Taxis

Loiza is one of the towns in Puerto Rico… more…

Beaches

The beaches of Loiza are lined with… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Caribbean is a known Mecca for sport yachtsmen, many of whom make it their mission to visit as many of the islands as possible aboard their own private watercraft. Puerto Rico is no exception, and has a number of facilities to cater to sailors. While Loiza is not an especially popular… more…

Attractions

Loiza, a town important for its Afro-Caribbean roots, is often overlooked as a major tourist destination for one of the better known destinations… more…

Beaches

The beaches of Loiza are lined with vendors selling the wares, but the… more…

Map

This map depicts the location of 270 attractions in Puerto Rico.… more…

Map

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 sandy beaches along most coastal areas. It is cooler than many other Caribbean islands due to the northeast trade winds, heavy precipitation, and altitude of most of the island. The trade winds also bring in showers from the Atlantic and make the northern coast of Puerto Rico wetter than the south. Sea, land, and mountain breezes are fairly constant,… more…

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