Puerto Rico's Natural Wonder
Running along the southern coast of Puerto Rico, Guayama blends historic charm with a robust recreation scene and a wealth of natural hotspots.
People flock to Guayama for its prime recreation and bustling city center. The real estate market in Guayama is diverse, with everything from single family homes and condos to large apartment complexes and seasonal housing. Architecture runs the gamut from creole and colonial style dwellings to more modern facades. A place of social contradictions, locals feel just as much at home relaxing at the beach as they do wading their way through packed shopping centers and busy restaurants.
The city features a mix of historic districts and preserved land. Favorite restaurants and unique shops line the streets alongside laid-back bars. Go-to destinations for nature enthusiasts like the Jobos Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve house undisturbed mangrove forests and vast lagoons. The Carite Forest, a 6,000-acre nature reserve, hosts over 50 species of birds on its grounds. Birdwatchers gather to marvel at the wildlife. The birthplace of many significant artists and musicians, Guayama boasts live music venues, art galleries, and performance centers. The Casa Cautiño Museum houses historical paintings, carvings, sculptures, and furniture built by Puerto Rican artisans.