San Sebastian(sahn se-bahs-tee-AHN)
San Sebastián is known as "El Pueblo de los Pepinianos". San Sebastián was founded in 1752 by Pedro Martínez de Oneca.
San Sebastián has one of the most beautiful places, a waterfall called "El Salto de Collazo" (Collazo's leap).
San Sebastián is located south of Isabela and Quebradillas; north of Las Marías; east of Moca and Añasco; and west of Lares.
There are many well-known "pepinianos", among them: composer Juan F. Acosta.
|Land Area:||185 sq km (53.0 sq mi)|
|Water Area:||0.77 sq mi|
|Density:||320.7 per sq km (834.0 per sq mi)|
|Per Capita Income:||$5,681|
|Source: 2000 Census|
|Hymn:||Van más de dos siglos de historia de vida..|
|Wards:||Aibonito, Aibonito Guerrero, Altozano, Bahomamey, Calabazas, Cibao, Cidral, Culebrinas, Eneas, Guacio, Guajataca, Guatemala, Hato Arriba, Hoyamala, Juncal, Magos, Mirabales, Perchas I, Perchas II, Piedras Blancas, Pozas, Pueblo, Robles, Salto and Sonador.|
|Driving Distance:||81.8 miles *|
|Driving Time:||2 hours, 7 minutes *|
Festivals and Events
- Festival de la Novilla - January
- Festival de Reyes - January
- Festival Nacional de la Hamaca - July
- Fiestas Patronales de San Sebastian - January
Quick Links* The distance was calculated from San Juan.
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