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Mayor Jorge Marquez Perez

Maunabo History

         Maunabo is a small coastal town in the southeastern corner of Puerto Rico. Its neighbors are Yabucoa in the north and Patillas in the west, both along PR road #3. The roads leading to Maunabo are hilly, twisty and narrow, which makes it uncomfortable to travel to Maunabo. Even so, its quiet beaches and excellent sea food make Maunabo a favorite destination of many people from neighboring vicinities.

The patron saints for Maunabo are "San Isidro". Patron saints day is celebrated onMay 15th. Festival Jueyero (land crab festival) attracts tourists from all around the island.

Parador Palmas de Lucía is located midway between Yabucoa and Maunabo - (787) 893-4423
Rooms with air conditioning, cable tv. Swimming pool. Rates range from $74 per night for a single or double, to $92 per night for a suite for two persons. The Parador is minutes away from Palmas del Sol Resort and Casino .

A well-known landmark around Maunabo is El Faro, a 19th Century lighthouse. Maunabo has many snack kiosks and seafood restaurants along its beaches. Prices are reasonable and the seashore areas are very pleasant.

Maps and Pictures

Maunabo Barrios  Maunabo Town  Punta Tuna Beach

Maunabo Montains




 MAYOR  Hon. Jorge L. Marquez Pérez  
 FOUNDED  1799
 POPULATION  12,741 inhabitants (Est. 2000)
 PEOPLE KNOW AS  Maunabeños (Crab Growers)
 CITY KNOW AS  Quiet City


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 Accommodations at Maunabo

Oceanview Condo
(773) 235-5160

Maunabo, PR




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