Uncover a hidden gem of natural beauty and serene ambiance at Finca Victoria (or La Finca) on the idyllic island of Vieques, a true haven just seven miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico.
From the beaches of San Juan to El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico offers plenty of beautiful sites for tourists to enjoy. If you’re looking for another fun attraction to take in during your stay, plan a trip to Isla de Vieques.
If you want to enjoy an amazing and eco-friendly attraction while traveling, head to Vieques, Puerto Rico. Vieques is home to Mosquito Bay, the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world. Mosquito Bay is best known for its fascinating, glow-in-the-dark appearance. What makes it glow? Tiny, single-celled organisms known as dinoflagellates.
When it comes to beach vacations, few destinations compare to Puerto Rico. The island is full of incredible beaches that will make your trip one to remember. Not sure which beaches to visit? Here are 11 of the best options to add to your itinerary, depending on where in Puerto Rico you’re staying.
On November 5, 2020, LatchKey Gallery opened its doors to art patrons who are eager to experience the Puerto Rico-born and based artist Emanuel Torres’ newest exhibition: “Sombras Fracturadas | Fractured Shadows.” The NYC show features nine new paintings from Torres. All of these paintings were created during the spring and summer of this year while he, like most of the world, was in quarantine.