If you are like me, you need to get your coffee right. Puerto Ricans are obsessed with coffee. The best coffee shops in Puerto Rico are usually in a bakery. When ordering, you must know the lingo that locals use to get their coffee right. Keep in mind that it's all about the size and the strength of the coffee.
One of the best things about Puerto Rico is definitely the food. You will find that Puerto Rican food is full of flavor, portions are generally big and you can find options for everyone. The most popular side dishes is rice and beans and various forms of plantain. The best time to go for local food is during lunch. Some of the best restaurants offer deals during the hours of 11:00am and 2:00pm. Here is a few of our top recommendations:
Isla Verde beach is the closest beach to the Luis Muñoz Marín International airport a.k.a. San Juan airport. This beach's beautiful turquoise blue warm water and a mile of soft sand makes it one of the best beaches in the island. It is a fantastic spot to spend the day whether you are looking to sunbathe, read a book, go for a walk, swim or simply relax. You can find watersports like jetski rentals, banana boat and para sailing on the east corner of the beach.
If you are planning a Kitesurfing trip to Puerto Rico, you are probably wondering where is the best spot to go Kiteboarding in Puerto Rico. I have been Kitesurfing in the island for over 20 years and can give you a better understanding of where to go and where to stay.
North East coast of the island that I do with my friends and wanted to share with you in case you rent a car and want to explore a little bit outside the Isla Verde area. Be ready to bring cash, extra water or your cooler with refreshments, a change of clothes, bug spray, toilet paper or wipes(you never know if you may need it) tennis and or water shoes.