|Recomended for:||Sightseeing, Relaxation, Twentysomethings, Singles, Family, Couples|
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|Tags:||Culebra, Puerto Rico, Dewey, laid-back, beaches, colorful, ferry, tourists, airport, guesthouse, restaurants, plaza, city hall|
The town of Dewey – on the western coast of the island-municipality of Culebra – is the center of all local activity and starting point for most visits.
The majority of Culebra’s residents live in town, which consists of only a handful of streets. These are easy to traverse and are also lined with a variety of guesthouses, restaurants and other services.
The distinctive layout of Puerto Rico’s town squares – with City Hall and a chapel nearby – is also preserved at Dewey. Additionally, the town is where most tourists arrive at the island, either disembarking from the ferry terminal or landing at the local airport.
Even though the town is small and visitors will want to rush to explore the island’s spectacular beaches, the colorful buildings and laid-back atmosphere make Dewey an essential part of any trip to Culebra.