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 Sebastian Waterfall (Photo: Tarrah Carpenter)

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.

San Sebastian is made up of 25 barrios (wards/districts):

  • 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
  • Sonador

Things to See and Do In San Sebastian

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

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Festivals and Events

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Education

There are 27 public schools in San Sebastian, education is handled by the Puerto Rico Department of Education. San Sebastian is also home of 1 colleges and universities.

Climate

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Did You Know?

The world famous drink, the Piña Colada was invented in a house on Fortaleza Street in Old San Juan and that its main ingredient Coco Lopez was invented by Ramon Lopez Irizarry.