Since it’s always summer in Puerto Rico, San Juan offers visitors the opportunity to participate in every warm-weather outdoor activity imaginable.

Watersports at Isla Verde: Isla Verde is actually a network of interconnected beaches that stretches for miles in front of San Juan's resorts and private residences. Its sandy shores are ideal for a game of volleyball or Frisbee, and also for relaxing under the shade of palm trees. Many neighboring hotels offer opportunities to sail, windsurf, Kite surf, scuba dive, and kayak. The new and exciting sport of Kite surfing or Kiteboarding has taken off at this beach. For more information contact 15 Knots Kiteboarding which offers courses and lessons at the beach house hotel. www.15knots.com.  For windsurfing, kayak and SUP rentals near San Juan checkout Sotavento water sports at the Tres Palmas Hotel (www.sotaventowatersports.com).

Tennis in Central Park: At the very center of San Juan, Central Park has over a dozen tennis courts available to use for a small fee.  The courts open at 8 AM and close at 10 PM, so tennis players can look forward to early-morning or late-night games.  This website has more information.

Horse-racing at El Comandante: For those who want to watch sports instead of participating in them, this racetrack (the only one in Puerto Rico) is well worth the half hour drive out of the center of San Juan. Pay $3 to sit inside the clubhouse, or sit in bleacher seats at no cost. Call (787) 724-6060 for details.

Fishing in San Juan Harbor: Mahi mahi, marlin, yellowfin and wahoo are just some of what one can expect to reel in from off the San Juan coast. Professionals seeking to catch that prize-winning fish should visit during the winter, which is the prime season for fishing and when most of the competitions take place. Amateurs need not plan their visits around the season, because fishing is good year round.  For information and reservations, click here.

Bicycle tour in Old San Juan - You can experience in a unique and personal way the benefits of cycling around Old San Juan, allowing you to take in the sights and the smells of the beauty that is around you.  The face of colonial Spanish, undisturbed by modern innovations, can still be seen in the streets of Old San Juan- cobblestone paving, inner patios and courtyards, overhanging balconies and religious shrines. The city’s most impressive features are the old castles and fortifications, part of the San Juan National Historic Site include the castles of El Morro and San Cristobal;  tours inside are included. 

Bicycles are easy to ride in this 3 hours tour accompany with one specialize tour guide. Ride around visiting various places of interest like the Capitol, the San Juan Cathedral, the San Juan Gate, Ballajá Barracks, San José Church, along with souvenirs shops, jewelry stores, clothing outlets restaurants and bars.

Baby seats are available to be installed in parent bike for kids until 4 years old or maximum of 40 pounds. Bikes are cruisers model single speed and both hand and pedal brakes. It have a front basket and back rack for convenience bag carrying. All bikes are the same color and shape in two sizes 26” and 20”.   RENT THE BICYCLE: (787)602-9696 or rentthebicycle@yahoo.com or www.rentthebicycle.net

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