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Holiday Letting Price Information in Puerto Rico
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Puerto Rico. The most expensive prices are in December (15/12 - 22/12). Prices reach an average of £134 per night. The cheapest week is in March (30/03 - 06/04). Prices fall to an average of £121 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Puerto Rico
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Puerto Rico with the graph above. In December (22/12 - 29/12), only 58 are available. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of April (06/04 - 13/04).
The weather in Puerto Rico
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 31° No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 21° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Explore pristine beaches from Puerto Rico holiday lettings
A territory of the United States, Puerto Rico offers everything that travellers look for in a holiday amid nature. For lovers of sun and sand the place serves as a dream holiday destination with its fabulous beaches and water sports which include surfing, snorkelling and deep-sea fishing.
Puerto Rico gets a considerable number of visitors. You can choose a lovely beach house, a stylish condo or a charming villa. If you want your holiday accommodation to be authentic Puerto Rico-style, go for a Ponce Creole home featuring traditional architecture.
Journey into Puerto Rico
Travelling to your Puerto Rico holiday home is easy and comfortable. If you are journeying by air internationally, or from the U.S, you will most likely arrive at the San Juan International Airport, situated within the capital of the same name. From here you can travel into and around San Juan and other locations on the island via public transport. There are a number of trams and buses available at the airport for you to take to your desired destination.
You also have the option of taking a taxi or an airport coach, or even renting a car at the airport, giving you more flexibility throughout your trip. Highway 53 will bring you to Caguas and Ponce, and Highway 22 which will bring you to Arecibo. If you book your Puerto Rico holiday letting in advance, you can make this your base while you explore the rest of the island.
Gastronomic delights to try in Puerto Rico
The diverse cultural influences on the island have influenced its food as well. The cuisine here is a mix of Spanish, American, African and Caribbean. Salty and meaty with generous use of herbs and spices is how the locals like their food on this island.
Your Puerto Rico holiday cannot be complete without tucking into the national dish, Arroz con Gandules at Asao Smokehouse in Ciales. It consists of rice with pigeon peas, chorizo, pork, olives and red peppers with a delicious sauce for the seasoning.
Weather in Puerto Rico: The best time for a holiday
Because of its tropical location Puerto Rico has a moderate climate with a rainy season between April and November. Winter is the time when the island is most beautiful but it can get crowded in this season.
If you want to book a Puerto Rico holiday home within a budget autumn is a good time to visit. The period between mid-April and June is also a great time for a holiday as the weather is pleasant right after the winter.
Puerto Rico and its sights
The island of Puerto Rico has many wonderful sights. By booking a Puerto Rico holiday letting you have the option of exploring them all. The island’s rich history can be witnessed throughout its cities, which host landmarks such as the Castillo San Felipe del Morro, an awe-inspiring 16th century citadel situated in San Juan. This seaside national historic site is an iconic place and a must-see location when visiting the island. Also worth visiting is the fantastic Fortaleza, an immense 16th century building serving as the residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico, and the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, the second oldest cathedral in the Americas, built in the 1500s. If you truly wish to be immersed in history, stroll through the amazing ‘Old’ San Juan, the oldest district of the capital city, and a wonderful place to see the island’s historic architecture.
Visit one of Puerto Rico’s most renowned natural wonders, the Camuy River Cave Park, one of the world’s largest underground cave systems. Discover this awe-inspiring sight, located in the northwestern region of Quebrada on the island, which is even more easily accessible if you have booked a Puerto Rico holiday letting in this part of the island.
Puerto Rico’s art and culture
The island of Puerto Rico exhibits a wonderfully diverse artistic and cultural scene. If you wish to discover some of Puerto Rico’s art and culture, visit places like the Museo de Arte de Ponce, one of the finest art galleries on the island, displaying a range of European and Puerto Rican works. If you love art also visit the larger Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, an immense gallery located in San Juan.
All of Puerto Rico’s fantastic art and culture opportunities are easily accessible when you book a Puerto Rico holiday home, expecially if you are looking for an exciting night out at the theatre. Visit preforming arts venues such as José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, the largest stage entertainment building the island, housing a range of performances from drama to comedy. See the fantastic Teatro Tapia, one of the oldest American theatres still in use, and a true Puerto Rican cultural experience.
Puerto Rico and its nightlife
Puerto Rico offers some truly exciting nightlife. Visit famed districts within the capital such as ‘Old’ San Juan which houses some of the best nightlife on the island. Many other cities and towns in Puerto Rico, such as Caguas and Ponce, also start partying when the sun sets, so there are always nightlife opportunities no matter where you are.
From thriving modern nightclubs and casinos to country pubs and traditional bars, the island of Puerto Rico is diverse when it comes to nightlife. If you are someone who enjoys what the region has to offer at night, book a Puerto Rico holiday letting in or around the major towns and cities to be close to the action.
Sights to see in Puerto Rico
The El Yunque Rain Forest
El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest in the US. 13 hiking trails coupled with the lush greenery and rare birds make it a photographer’s and trekker’s delight.
Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Get a peek into Puerto Rico’s history with a visit to this Spanish stone fortress that dates back to the 16th Century. A walk along the rock wall of the historic monument, also called Morro Castle, provides some spectacular sea views.
San Juan National Historic Site
Located in Old San Juan, this is another landmark that takes you back in time. Arched passageways, dungeons and tunnels are just some of the fascinating sights at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This sandy white beach in Culebra is considered as the world’s second most beautiful beach and is the perfect place to enjoy the Caribbean sun and try snorkelling, diving or kayaking among other activities.
Old San Juan
A small island and Puerto Rico’s oldest settlement, Old San Juan is a historic colonial area that features excellent architecture, views, sculptures and many entertainment options.
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