Where to stay around Cabezas, PR?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 547 vacation rentals near Cabezas. From 354 Condos/Apartments to 186 Studios, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Cabezas for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Cabezas?

There are many lovely places to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Cabezas. From VRBO travelers, the top most popular destinations to visit are:

  • Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve: 725 vacation rentals
  • Laguna Grande: 716 vacation rentals
  • Cape San Juan Light: 714 vacation rentals
  • Caribbean: 42,971 vacation rentals
  • Rio Grande: 770 vacation rentals

And VRBO offers you the chance to discover many other popular destinations in Cabezas! Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Cabezas?

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, here are the cities with the largest selection of vacation rentals for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Cabezas:

  • Rio Grande: 770 rentals
  • Vieques: 209 rentals
  • Loíza: 1,639 rentals
  • Luquillo: 708 rentals
  • Humacao: 243 rentals

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

Reconnect with nature on the Cabezas peninsula

Perched on a rugged cape, Cabezas is a nature lover's nirvana. The pocket of land is anchored by Cabezas de San Juan Reserva Natural, a sanctuary known for its lush rainforest, rare flowers and a cast of exotic wildlife. The coast is dotted with laid-back marinas and beach resorts that strike an idyllic balance of natural beauty and barefoot luxury. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a family reunion, Cabezas vacation rentals unlock access to this "off the radar" slice of Puerto Rico.

Coconuts and kayaks in Cabezas

Shaded by coconut palms, Playa Seven Seas sits on the southwestern shore of the Cabezas peninsula. The sugar-white sand is lined with beach chairs and umbrellas, plus the odd stand renting snorkels and kayaks. Head west and you'll hit Playa el Convento, a tranquil stretch of sand that you'll likely have all to yourself. The strip boasts some of Puerto Rico's best beaches, so why not stay local with Cabezas vacation rentals just steps from the sand?

Peer into Cabezas's bioluminescent lake

From sandy beaches and shimmering lagoons, to coral reefs and lush mangroves, Cabezas de San Juan Reserva Natural is made up of 7 different ecosystems. The park is laced with trails and boardwalks accessible by guided walking tours. Without a doubt, Laguna Grande takes the crown as the park's most visited attraction. The lagoon is best viewed at night, when its bioluminescent micro-organisms put on a dazzling underwater show. While sun and sand are the peninsula's trump card, you'll also be spoiled with historic attractions like El Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan. Built in 1882, it's Puerto Rico's oldest lighthouse.

Sultry springs in Cabezas

Like the rest of the Caribbean, Cabezas is at its best in the winter. Temperatures hover around the 80s and the peninsula enjoys months on end of sunshine. Puerto Rico veterans covet April to June as a sweet spot. While there's a higher chance of rain, chances are you'll enjoy clear skies and flawless beach weather. Not to mention fewer crowds and lower prices when booking Cabezas vacation rentals. You could also catch some of the island's hottest events, including San Juan's colorful SoFo Culinary Week.

Get wild in Cabezas de San Juan Reserva Natural

You'll find Cabezas on the northeastern tip of Puerto Rico, just a stone's throw from the Virgin Islands. In Spanish the name translates to "heads", a reference to the trio of rocky capes that jut out from the mainland. Cabezas de San Juan Reserva Natural is a haven for local wildlife, with the chance to spot iguanas, fiddler crabs and, of course, the park's famous bioluminescent micro-organisms. Birders will jump at the chance to tick off rare yellow-shouldered blackbirds, Amazon parrots and the country's national bird, the Puerto Rican spindalis.