Imagine a historic city, with tropical incredible beaches, captivating art, and traditional music. If you can think of a place that combines the contemporary lifestyle with a fascinating culture, you are probably thinking of San Juan.
La Ciudad Amurallada, as the locals call the city of San Juan, is one of the oldest European-founded cities in the Americas. It was discovered by Cristóvão Colombo, in 1493, and in addition to being a place full of history and culture, as it allows you to take a trip to a past with more than 500 years, it is also a paradise to admire the beauty of a sunset by the sea, venture yourself into a rich gastronomic experience, shop local handmade goods or international luxury brands and get to know its nightlife.
Explore our yacht charter in San Juan, Puerto Rico and get to know the beautiful capital of the Island of Enchantment.
LUXURY YACHT HOLIDAYS IN SAN JUAN
Old San Juan or San Juan Viejo, if you are already practicing your Spanish accent, is the heart of the city and where you can feel the colonial influences and admire the variety of colors that are such differentiating characteristics of this place.
San Juan is a Caribbean gem with many treasures. Beyond exploring Old San Juan in your yacht rental, you must overlook the spectacular views of La Bahía de San Juan through El Morro, the fort that had a great importance in the past to protect the city.
Travel back in time and don’t skip El Castillo San Cristóbal, La Capilla del Cristo and La Casa Blanca. Be sure to visit La Fortaleza and the immense variety of museums that this place, which is an authentic time capsule, has at your disposal.
In addition to cultural and historical monuments, aboard a yacht rental in San Juan, Puerto Rico, feel the warm sea breeze in El Escambrón, the iconic San Juan’s beach.
GASTRONOMY IN SAN JUAN
Like its streets, San Juan’s cuisine is known for its rich colors and intense flavors. Whether you prefer exquisite food or street traditional plates, there are dishes that you won’t want to miss, the famous Mofongo, Lechón and Alcapurrias and many more exceptional flavors.
As Puertorriqueños would say, if life gives you pineapples, make Piña Colada. And as we say, you can’t go to San Juan and not try the famous drink that is originally from this wonderful island.