Luquillo, Puerto Rico

Luquillo, Puerto Rico

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 156 vacation rentals near Luquillo. From 57 condos to 56 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Luquillo for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

You couldn't be better placed than Luquillo

The booming beach town of Luquillo sits on the buzzy north-eastern corner of Puerto Rico. It's dominated by Playa Luquillo, a mile-long stretch of golden sand backed by palms and Luquillo vacation rentals. Weekends can be teeming with families from nearby San Juan, but if you head down to the beach on a weekday, it's surprisingly quiet. Grab yourself some Puerto Rican soul food and a freshly-cut coconut, and you've found paradise. When you tire of the beach and the surf, the island is not short of things to do, must notably nearby El Yunque National Forest.

There's more to Luquillo than just beach-dwelling

If you can muster enough energy in the midday Puerto Rican sun, try to tear yourself away from the beach for a while, because the island's awash with outdoor activities. When you stay in a Luquillo vacation rental, you can gallop along the winding, forested equestrian trails, or zipline down through the canopy treetops. The waves along this northern coast lend themselves well to surfing. Here, you can learn to pop up on your surfboard and ride the waves back into shore, or take to jet skis to race across the ocean's surface.

For history, look to Luquillo's neighboring San Juan

While there's not much in the way of historical attractions along the beachfront in Luquillo, Puerto Rico's a small island and the easily reached capital San Juan has plenty of things to see. A good starting point is the 500-year-old San Juan Viejo, the Old Town, which teems with colorful Spanish colonial architecture. It's easily walkable and you'll be surprised at how pretty it is. While you're there, stop by Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, a fort nestled on a little peninsula. Puerto Rico might not be known for its museums, but the Museo de las Americas, which chronicles the island's history, is fascinating nonetheless.

Winter is busiest in Luquillo, so try the spring months

Peak season in Puerto Rico is during the winter months, when the weather is deliciously warm and families escape from the cold climate back home. If you're planning to nab a Luquillo vacation rental, you'd better get in there quick, especially around the festive season. The temperature begins to climb and, with school breaks over, you can get some fabulous deals on rentals during the spring. If you're going for a bit of Puerto Rican culture, beaches aren't the priority and you don't mind the odd tropical downpour in the afternoons, you could always try visiting in summer, when prices reach rock bottom.

Luquillo is a stone's throw away for Puerto Rico's wildlife

The advantage of a Luquillo vacation rental is that you're a stone's throw away from El Yunque National Forest, the king of parks in Puerto Rico. This huge rainforest houses your best chance of spotting some of the island's land-dwelling critters. Look out for the intensely green Puerto Rican parrot, which squawks from the treetops, and brightly colored frogs. For more of a wildlife show, delve under the waters that surround the island, where you'll find solitary hawksbill turtles, colorful parrotfish and even the odd humpback whale, who park themselves in the bay to feed off the plankton.