Palmas del Mar is a luxury beach resort that caters to visitors accustomed to a certain quality of life. Although there are no special attractions to speak of in the town's limits, you can sign up for a number of tours or hire a car to take you just a few miles outside of the area and encounter nature reserves, lighthouses, and more.
You will discover an abundance of beaches to consider in and around the area. Just click on the name of the beach for a detailed article concerning that individual beach.
Puerto Yabucoa: With the area known for the rich and fertile soil, you can bet that Puerto Yabucoa is a beach shrouded by a wall of trees (much like the rest of the region). This helps give the beach a much more natural feel than it really is; located just steps from from homes, baseball fields, and other marks of civilization.
Another alternative worth considering is Humacao Beach. Backed by coconut palms and a small fresh water pool, Humacao has soft tan sand and green waters.
Morillo Beach: Calle Dr. Vidal runs alongside the beach, where you can exit onto a dirt road that will take you to the sand.
These examples are only some of the places worth checking out To visit our complete page about beaches, navigate to this page.
Guests can discover some other intriguing places worth visiting nearby.
If the nitty gritty aspects of life by the sea intrigue you, you should consider visiting Punta Tuna Lighthouse. Inside the lighthouse, on the second floor, is a small museum featuring pre-Columbian artifacts found by a local resident named Andres. Andres also runs the museum, so if you have questions about anything on display, he is the guy to ask.
|Punta Tuna Lighthouse||Lighthouse||8.8 mi. South West of Central Palmas Del Mar||Puerto Rico|
Do you hope to enjoy more of your vacation under the open sky? You may be happy to find out that the area has an interesting nature preserve nearby.
Humacao Wildlife Refuge is a great nature preserve found 3.9 mi. North-Northeast of central Palmas Del Mar. Hiking and biking trails, picnic pavilions, sugar plantations ruins, and war bunkers are all present at the refuge.
|Humacao Wildlife Refuge||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||3.9 mi. North-Northeast of Central Palmas Del Mar||Puerto Rico|
Travelers can visit either of two parks nearby.
The parks worth looking into are listed in the following chart.
|Park||Juncos, 12.4 mi. Northwest of Central Palmas Del Mar|
|Park||Maunabo, 8.5 mi. South West of Central Palmas Del Mar|
Travelers don't generally stay in Palmas Del Mar to gamble, although there is one option,.
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