Discover a selection of 3,000 vacation rentals in Puerto Rico that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $95 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in Puerto Rico. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Sea and sun in vacation home rentals in Puerto Rico

Bathed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, Puerto Rico is an island of awe-inspiring mountains, enchanting waterfalls and lush tropical rainforest. Claimed by Christopher Columbus in 1493, the U.S. territory has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its weathered centuries-old forts and grand mansions, and the colorful old town that beautifies its capital. Many of the luxurious Puerto Rico vacation rentals sit steps from the silky, sandy beaches, making it the perfect destination for a beach escape – but don't worry, with Puerto Rico's vibrant art scene, buzzing nightlife and endless activities, there's never a dull moment.

Things to do

Attractions near vacation homes in Puerto Rico

A Puerto Rico vacation rental in the capital, vivacious San Juan, places you within easy reach of the island's star attractions. One of these is Old San Juan, a neighborhood known for its quaint narrow streets and colorful Spanish colonial buildings. Of the island's many historical forts, 2 of the most famous are the powder-blue 16th-century La Fortaleza, now the official residence for the Governor of Puerto Rico, and the domineering Castillo San Felipe del Morro. Built in 1539, the castle was used to protect the city's port and features 140-foot high walls and breathtaking views over the glittering Caribbean.

Activities

Things to do near your summer rental in Puerto Rico

With the sun-soaked beaches gilding the northern edge of Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, sunbathing and swimming are always popular. When you want to up the pace, surfing, scuba diving, parasailing and kayaking are all on offer too. On dry land, there is championship golf, tennis and horseback rides, while hikes through the El Yunque rain forest are rewarded with refreshing dips beneath waterfalls. And don't forget to sample the local wares, which range from rum and handmade cigars to artisan-made trinkets. After a busy day, retreat to your Puerto Rico vacation rental for some spa-style pampering.

Weather

Local weather for your trip to vacation rentals in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has a tropical rainforest climate, and the island luxuriates in warm weather all year round. Average daily temperatures are a very toasty 85 degrees in the lower areas, dropping to the low 70s in the mountainous parts. The island's rainy season takes places from April through to November, with May and fall typically being the rainiest times, which mostly affects the north coast and highlands. Despite this, the best time to visit is anywhere from early spring to June, when the winter crowds have all gone home. This gives you mid-80s temperatures on most days.

Natural features

Explore Puerto Rico's unspoiled splendor

From sun-kissed beaches and misty mountains, to mangroves, caves and waterfalls, Puerto Rico's landscape is always camera-ready. Its most majestic natural wonder, however, is the El Yunque National Forest, situated in the northeast of the island. Spanning almost 29,000 acres of vegetation-draped terrain, the park is dotted with bamboo groves, babbling rivers and cascading waterfalls that empty into enticing pools. Here nature lovers can hike the trails, or visit the El Portal Visitor Center, which grants them access to a walkway which winds through the rainforest canopy. At night, visitors are treated to a concerto of calling coqui tree frogs.

Beaches

Best beaches near vacation homes in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has gorgeous beaches for swimming, sunbathing, or watersports. Vacation homes can be found near places like Cayo Icacos, a small island with sandy beaches and vibrant sea life for snorkeling and diving, and Flamenco Beach, a popular beach with shallow turquoise waters and white sand. You could also visit Caja de Muertos, a natural area with sandy beaches, hiking trails, and clear waters for swimming and snorkeling.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation rentals in Puerto Rico

With its idyllic scenery and array of activities, it’s no surprise that Puerto Rico is popular for couple’s retreats and honeymoons. Vacation rentals are available near unique attractions like Bahía Bioluminiscente, a rainforest beach with bioluminescent microorganisms that shine at night, and Parque Isla Verde, a beach area for sunbathing in the day and upbeat clubs at night. You'll also like Cueva Ventana, a scenic natural cave on a limestone cliff with spectacular ocean vistas.

How many vacation rentals are available around Puerto Rico?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,853 vacation rentals around Puerto Rico. From 1,224 house rentals to 398 villa rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Explore destinations around Puerto Rico

San Juan
930 vacation rentals
Rincon
393 vacation rentals
Culebra
91 vacation rentals
Isabela
193 vacation rentals
Aguadilla
482 vacation rentals
Luquillo
501 vacation rentals
Fajardo
454 vacation rentals
Ponce
65 vacation rentals
Cabo Rojo
165 vacation rentals
Humacao
188 vacation rentals
Guanica
19 vacation rentals
Aguada
478 vacation rentals
Loiza
1,253 vacation rentals
Arecibo
107 vacation rentals
Dorado
514 vacation rentals
Carolina
1,020 vacation rentals
Lajas
155 vacation rentals
Patillas
56 vacation rentals
Manati
122 vacation rentals
Vega Baja
137 vacation rentals