Ciales

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Ciales is known as "Los Valerosos" (valiants town) or "La Ciudad De La Cohoba", Ciales was founded on June 24, 1820 by Isidro Rodríguez.


Ciales is located on the Central Mountain Range, northwest of Orocovis; south of Florida and Manatí; east of Utuado and Jayuya; and west of Morovis. Its rivers are: Toro Negro, Yunes, Grande de Manatí and Cialitos.

There are many well-known "cialeños", among them: poet Juan Antonio Corretjer.


Ciales (Photo: Manuel Santiago)

Ciales is made up of 9 barrios (wards/districts):

  • Cialito
  • Cordillera
  • Frontón
  • Hato Viejo
  • Jaguas
  • Pezas
  • Pozas
  • Pueblo
  • Toro Negro

Things to See and Do In Ciales

Want to know what to see and do in Ciales? Discover few ideas for exploring and enjoying the city.

What to Do and See?

Where to Eat?

Festivals and Events

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Symbols

Ciales Flag

Anthem: El cantar de tus ros es mensaje...

Education

There are 13 public schools in Ciales, education is handled by the Puerto Rico Department of Education.

Climate

10 Day Forecast

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