Survival Beach is a great place for surf enthusiasts. It is about a 20-minute hike east from Surfers Beach or a 2 mile (3.22km) walk west from Shacks Beach, which is all sand. The Surfers Beach route is a good shortcut. Even if you do not surf, the hike is worth it for the beautiful beach and rock formations.
This beach area is great for scuba diving and, when the water is calmer, for snorkeling. To get the most from your diving or snorkeling excursion, consider booking a tour through one of the local dive shops. When the surf is up, bring your board.
El Parterre is a beautifully landscaped plaza that is built around a natural spring called ojo de agua, which the Spanish used as a source of fresh water. Today the plaza is adorned with statues and gorgeous flowers and trees, and food and drink kiosks have been added. It is a lovely little place to relax with friends and think about the history of Aguadilla.
There are some amazing microbreweries and brew pubs in Puerto Rico. Just down the road from Aguadilla is Rincón Beer Co, and the Beer Box carries their brews along with many others. They have a number of craft beers on tap and by the bottle, as well as great food and a wonderful atmosphere. Immediately after Hurricane Maria there was a stall in shipping of beer around the island due to logistic issues and beer probably not being a priority at the time. Things are back in full swing at The Beer Box, so stop in for a hoppy treat or grab some for your cooler on the way to the beach.
The Beer Box, PR-110, km 31.6, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico +1 787-291-3382
Ice Skating in Puerto Rico?? Why not? This city-owned rink is the only of its kind in the Caribbean region. Its main area is, of course, the ice skating rink, which also has arcade games and snack bars, your usual rink fare. There are meeting rooms available, possibly for a unique Puerto Rican destination wedding reception. The City Band also rehearses at this facility. They have 1-hour blocks of skating, so check their website for times.
This small museum on Calle Ramón E Betánces houses beautiful works by artists from Puerto Rico. It was established on April 19, 1980 when art lovers of Aguadilla came together to preserve the beauty of their culture. Browse through the paintings, sculptures and other tremendous creations of local artists. Contact them for their hours.
You have to hike into this beach, but once there you will enjoy the beautiful scenery and clean sandy beach. As with all the beaches in this region, you are on the Atlantic, so the waves are big and you must take care. It is a good place to go if you just want to relax and listen to the waves and have very few people around. It is located in the Malleza Baja area of Aguadilla.