The legend of Pozo de Jacinto goes something like this: Jacinto was moving some cows from a pasture in the area. He was leading a cow with a rope, which was tied around his hand. The cow got spooked by something, ran over the rocks, and into the hole, taking Jacinto with it. Both perished. Today, they say that if you go to the edge of the hole and yell in “Jacinto, dame la vaca” (“Jacinto, give me the cow”), Jacinto will respond by splashing you with seawater. Enjoy!!!
The Guajataca Tunnel is right in between the towns of Isabela and Quebradillas near Rt.2. This is a very scenic location, great for taking photographs. If you’re with your loved one, take a romantic walk along the beach and through the tunnel, you will have some pretty scenery as the background on your photo memories. The sounds and sights of the ocean surf against rocks along the shore is very relaxing and adds to the romance of this place. Enjoy!!!
A Great Spot
Guajataca Tunnel is a railroad tunnel that connected the town of Isabela and Quebradillas, Puerto Rico. The tunnel is one of the most significant work of the remnants of the national railway system that connected the island during the first half of the twentieth century. In 2000, the Government of Puerto Rico declared it a historical monument.
El Túnel de Guajataca