Puerto Ferro Lighthouse, Isla de Vieques

#26 of 68 in Historic Sites in Puerto Rico
Lookout · Hidden Gem · Lighthouse
Part of a wildlife refuge, Puerto Ferro Lighthouse was erected in 1896 by the Spanish government. Although the structure itself is now abandoned and in poor condition, the site is worth the climb, as it affords great views of the surrounding area. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Puerto Ferro Lighthouse by using our Isla de Vieques tour planner.
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  • Once again we had this beautiful spot to ourselves. It is a short flat walk from a parking lot. The lighthouse itself is decaying and is fenced off. There is a sign explaining its history. The views.....  more »
  • Given that there aren't many hikes on the island at all (you can hike up Mt. Pirata) this is a good activity. Just inside the wildlife refuge gate, take a right down that dirt road. There's plenty of....  more »
  • One of the beautiful local attraction! Loved the ocean views!
  • Gorgeous spot of dilapidated Navy exercise area with a historic lighthouse fenced in for observation. Great hike onto the beach though!

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