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Aguadilla is a city and municipality bordered on two sides by bordered by
the Atlantic Ocean on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. It was founded
in 1775. Some playful but sedate souls in the city can take out time to go
to spend an afternoon at the Punta Borinquen Golf Club. This 18-hole course
oceanside golf facility was built in 1940s and features picture-perfect
views of sunsets. The name Águadilla’ is essentially of Spanish origin and
it implies the ‘Garden of the Atlantic’ because of the presence of its 19
scenic beaches. It is the highest number for a beach on any island in the
Caribbean. These beaches are at their supreme best when it comes to surfing
and underwater diving.
Things to do in Aguadilla
Fiestas Patronales (or Patron Saints Festival)
One of the most famous cultural festivals in Aguadilla, the Fiestas
patronales is a mixed bag of many popular celebrations that are held at
different times every year. It is celebrated to pay homage and respect to
the patron saints or virgins of the city. Visitors are sure to find many
parades, amusement rides, and live entertainment during this Spanish event.
Ermita de San Antonio de Padua de la Tuna (or The Hermitage of San
Antonio de Padua de la Tuna)
The Hermitage of San Antonio de Padua de la Tuna is a religious site
lcoated near Aguadilla in Puerto Rico. This early 18th century
hermitage is focally marked by a series of historic ruins of an abandoned
village church that was deserted along with a former urban settlement in
1819 AD. People living there had moved to the newly formed coastal town of
Crash Boat Beach or Playa Crash Boat
One of the best beaches in Aguadilla, the Crash Boat Beach or Playa Crash
Boat is built on the site of a former Spanish military port. All beach
lovers visit here to fish, swim and collect multi-colored seashells here.
It is flanked by two more beaches that feature top-class natural scenery