Mirador Piedra Degetau Aibonito, PR
a scenic lookout point featuring some of the most comprehensive panoramic views of the island
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Year Established: 1996
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Federico Degetau is best known as Puerto Rico’s first representative to the United States Congress, serving as Resident Commissioner from 1900 to 1904. He moved to Washington, D.C. for this post, but it was the municipality of Aibonito he would come back to afterwards. It is said that Don Federico drew inspiration from the mountainous beauty of Aibonito, standing on the rock that now bears his name. La Piedra Degetau, as it is known, is the historical anchor of a “mirador” inaugurated in 1996 with extensive facilities.

The Mirador Piedra Degetau is more than a convenient rest area in the middle of Puerto Rico’s Panoramic Route. It is a scenic lookout point featuring some of the most comprehensive panoramic views of the island. Travelers in need of a break from driving around the snaking mountain roads will also find picnic tables and huts, as well as a playground for children. An observation tower provides the perfect vantage point for locating the faraway coastal cities of San Juan to the north and Ponce to the south, as well as all the beautiful sights of the Cordillera Central’s hills.
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