Porta Coeli Church
This church is the most famous attraction on the town of San Germán and it is one of the oldest churches in the Americas, let alone the oldest church under the United States jurisdiction.
Visitors can see numerous beautiful homes in the district, including the noted Victorian-style Juan Ortiz Perichi House on Luna Street, which architect Jorge Rigau once called "one of the best developed spatial sequences in residential architecture in Puerto Rico."
Los Morillos Lighthouse
Located on an isolated point with white lime cliffs surrounded by lagoons and marshes, Cabo Rojo, built in 1882, marks the southeast entrance from the Caribbean Sea through Mona Passage into the Atlantic Ocean.
Cruceta del Vigía
1 (787) 259-3816 / 1 (800) 981-2275
In recent years, a new structure was built on a hill to the north of Ponce to commemorate that small "bohío" house that served as watch and protector of the people of the city of Ponce.
Hacienda Buena Vista
Call 787-722-5882 or 787-722-5834 or 787-284-7020
Hacienda Buena Vista, considered one of Puerto Rico's best remaining examples of a coffee plantation, consists of an 87 acre agricultural complex constructed in the mid-19th century.
Parque de Bombas de Ponce
Call 787-284-4141, ext. 342 or 787-284-3338
Thought to be one of the most photographed buildings in all of Puerto Rico, the Parque de Bombas (Firehouse) is a unique looking, red and black striped wooden building.
(787) 284-4141 ext. 2227
The Ponce Cathedral is one of Puerto Rico's oldest and most important churches. Built in 1670 as a small chapel in the center of what was once the settlement of Ponce, this church gives slient witness of the history, culture and people of the city of Ponce.