El Faro de Punta Mulas
One of Puerto Rico’s 16 historic lighthouses, this pastel-shaded historic monument stands on the hilly point just north of the Isabel...
Fortín Conde de Mirasol
This small fort, on the hill above Isabel Segunda, is the last Spanish fort constructed in the Americas (1840s). Although never...
Al’s Mar Azul
Al’s shelters the ghosts of Charles Bukowski and Ernest Hemingway and is the nexus of local gossip. Locals come to play pool, and expats...
The open air dining room is topped by a thatched roof, the patrons dine at mosaic beach tables and benches, and the chef prepares meals...
Lonely Planet review
With its high-end magazine cover setting in the Bravo Beach Hotel, you would expect this restaurant to be trendy and chic. And naturally, it is. This place is foodie heaven, with European cheeses, New Zealand lamb and plenty of infused local ingredients. Tapas are the specialty, but there’s also a wine room and the poolside Palms bar where you can enjoy an alcoholic appetizer.