Isla Verde Beach is actually a series of beaches that stretch for miles in front of luxury resorts, restaurants and private clubs. Beach lovers come to get some sun, splash in the sea, picnic, play beach volleyball, walk along the sandy shores, or simply have fun.
The more adventurous go parasailing, bodysurfing, water skiing and jet skiing or participate in many of the other water sports offered by the hotels and seaside shops.
Evening dining, nightclubs and casinos are available walking distance at the Wyndham El San Juan Hotel and Casino and the Inter Continental San Juan Hotel.
Old San Juanis a major port and tourist resort of the West Indies and is the oldest city under the U.S flag. Old San Juan is known throughout the world for it's excellent selection of jewelry, rums,cigars, ceramics, lace, and hand-woven linens. More tourists visit San Juan each year than any other spot in the Caribbean. The bus to Old San Juan stops in front of ESJ Towers.
The streets in Old San Juan are paved with cobbles of adoquine, a blue stone cast from furnace slag that were brought over a ballast on Spanish ships and time and moisture have lent them their characteristic color. The city includes more than 400 carefully restored 16th- and 17th-century Spanish colonial buildings.It also has several Forts, Parks, Plazas, Museums, and other points of interest.
El Morro Fortress is a National Historic Site administered by the National Park Service.The fort is a maze of tunnels, dungeons, barracks, outposts and ramps.It has the distinction of being the largest fortification in the Caribbean.
San Juan is the largest home-based cruise port in the world. Twenty-eight vessels use San Juan as their homeport, and each year new cruise ships either originate or call at the port.