Caribe Aquatic Adventures
This outfit does dives near San Juan, but also further afield around the islands off the coast of Fajardo (Icacos for snorkeling and...
Fuerte San Gerónimo
This half-forgotten fort is situated at the east end of Puerta de Tierra and was completed in 1788 to guard the entrance to Laguna del...
Benitez Fishing Charters
If you want to trade White House gossip while doing some serious deep-sea fishing for dolphin fish, tuna, wahoo and white and blue...
Open only on the weekends, Kouros is probably the most glamorous disco in town, and it caters to a well-heeled gay male and female crowd...
Wilo Benet is the island’s very own Gordon Ramsay (without the expletives), a celebrity chef par excellence who has uncovered the soul...
Balneario Escambrón information
Lonely Planet review
Balneario Escambrón. Imagine it - a sheltered arc of raked sand, decent surf breaks, plenty of local action and the sight of a 17th-century Spanish fort shimmering in the distance. But, hang on a minute. Are you really still only a stone's throw from Old San Juan and the busy tourist strip of Condado? Balneario Escambrón is almost too good to be true, which is probably why a lot of people miss it.
Perched on the north end of the slither of land that is Puerta de Tierra and abutting majestic Parque del Tercer Milenio, this palm-fringed yet rugged beach just might be one of the best municipal options offered anywhere. Adding convenience to enchantment, there are lifeguards, restrooms, and snack bars on hand along with a large parking lot