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Top Choice Farm in Jayuya

Hacienda San Pedro

San Pedro is a small, working coffee farm with an attached museum and cafe/tasting room where you can get a fascinating insight into the coffee-making process from green bean to dark-roast espresso. Tours are availa…
Top Choice Puerto Rican in Jayuya

El Burén

A host of Puerto Rican classics await you in an atmosphere reminiscent of a jíbaro ranch, but with the quiet confidence of an establishment that knows people know how well it cooks. Try longaniza (a chorizo with a v…
Cafe in Jayuya

Cafe la Finca

Espresso fiends should not pass up the chance for a caffeine fix at the finest cafe in the Central Mountains – if not the whole island. The reason for its appeal? Not only is this a cool coffee bar hung with antiqua…
Distillery in Jayuya

Pitorico Rum Distillery

It's certainly not Bacardi, nor even Don Q, that does it for Jayuya folks – not compared to their very own artisan rum, which comes in delicious flavours like passionfruit and coconut. The amenable staff here will g…
Archaeological Site in Jayuya

La Piedra Escrita

Some of the island’s best-preserved native petroglyphs are carved on a large rock in the middle of the Río Saliente just off Hwy 144 3km east of Jayuya. The stone forms a natural bathing pool, and it has become a po…
Museum in Jayuya

Casa Museo Canales

In a small park in the barrio of Coabey, this reconstructed 19th-century coffee finca (rural smallholding) nestles in the shadow of the surrounding mountains. Replete with interesting antiques, it belonged to Jayuya…
Museum in Jayuya

Museo del Cemí

In the same park as Casa Museo Canales, in Coabey, this is perhaps the oddest building on the island. Designed by Río Piedras architect Efrén Badía Cabrera, the weird fish-like structure supposedly represents a giga…
Cultural in Jayuya

Jayuya Indigenous Festival

Held in November, this festival remembers the region's Taíno heritage. How close the food, drink, music and 'Miss Taíno' contest come to a cultural insight into Jayuya's ancient indigenous population is open to deba…