Cueva Ventana is a large cave located in a limestone mountain in Arecibo, Puerto Rico overlooking the Río Grande de Arecibo valley. It is visible from highway PR-123, but is accessible from a trail that starts next to a gas station. Located along the PR-10 road at kilometer 75.
Address: PR 10 Km. 75, 00612, Puerto Rico
Cueva del Indio, in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico, is a prehistoric rock art site in what is now a public park. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. The artifacts at the site appear to date from the Late Ceramic Period, third phase, i.e. AD 1200-1500. c.
Address: F9R5+G8J, Arecibo, 00612, Puerto Rico
The Arecibo Observatory, also known as the National Center for Astronomy and Ionosphere and formerly known as the Arecibo Ionosphere Observatory, is an observatory in Barrio Esperanza, Arecibo, Puerto Rico owned by the United States National Science Foundation.
Address: PR-625, Arecibo, 00612, Puerto Rico
Popular beach that invites you to bathe, with large waves and pools generated by the tides and a rocky outcrop.
Location: Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park
Address: F8J3+M8J, Arecibo, 00612, Puerto Rico
The Arecibo Lighthouse or Faro de los Morrillos is a historic lighthouse located in the city of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Its name comes from its location on a rocky promontory called Punta Morrillos.
Address: Carretera 655, Arecibo, 00614, Puerto Rico
Río Grande de Arecibo or simply Río Arecibo is a river in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The headwaters are in the mountains south of Adjuntas, at the junction of the Vacas and Cidra rivers. From there it flows north until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean near Arecibo Bay.
The Corregimiento Plaza Theater in Arecibo, Puerto Rico was built in 1876 as a three-story brick building in the Classical Revival style known as the Oliver Theater or the Oliver Theater. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 6, 1986.
Address: 100 Cll Jaurregui, Arecibo, 00612, Puerto Rico