Accommodations

From its beaches to the forest reserve, Quebradillas has a varied topography that lends itself to attracting a variety of vacationers. While some may want to rent a room in a resort on the shore, others prefer private accommodations near the areas that they can hike, explore, and be close to nature. Near the center of the town is also a selection of locally-owned shops and smaller-scale hotels which are a great choice for tourists who fall somewhere in between.… more…

Hotels

Set in Puerto Rico's “Karst… more…

Villa Rentals

Hidden within the local communities of… more…

Transportation

What you need to know about Quebradillas is that it is an eco-tourist's… more…

Air Travel

Although you'll pass another airport along the way in nearby Arecibo,… more…

Rental Cars

Home to one of Puerto Rico's karst forests and a collection of beautiful… more…

Beaches

There are some great beaches in Quebradillas… more…

Attractions

Quebradillas literally means “small… more…

Hotels

Set in Puerto Rico's “Karst… more…

Attractions

Quebradillas literally means “small streams,” and the waterways that run through this northwest coast town is a great place to… more…

Beaches

There are some great beaches in Quebradillas that are recommended for… more…

Map

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

Map

Activities

Quebradillas may not be a busy resort or port town, but it is the perfect spot for tourists who want a quiet getaway that revolves around natural attractions and active adventures. The name translates to “small streams” of which there are many for tourists to visit, and various forms… more…

Shopping

The shopping scene in Quebradillas is not one that would encourage… more…

Snorkeling

If you're staying in Quebradillas and hoping to do some… more…

Restaurants

A sleepy town on the Atlantic coast, Quebradillas is not exactly known for its wide range of elegant dining options. Still, you can find some… more…

Food

Puerto Rico's dining is so amazing that some people visit the country… more…

Events & Festivals

Puerto Rican events and festivals are unlike any you'll find elsewhere… more…

Snorkeling

If you're staying in Quebradillas and hoping to do some snorkeling, you'll want to make arrangements for an off-shore excursion in advance of your trip. Located along the island's north coast, Quebradillas is much better suited for surfing than… 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 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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