The old Borinquen is the smallest of the Major Antilles and, probably, the least known of all. Due to itsbeauty and strategic position, Spaniards transformed it into an enclave envied and coveted along centuries. Puerto Rico is not a country but an Independent State associated to United States claiming its bilingualism and cultural eclecticism as identity signs. Most imported goods the country needs come through its bay and seaports. There is a natural, colonial and historical Puerto Rico, but it is also a cosmopolitan country that combines highways, aqueducts, luxury hotels and an active nightlife, with culture, folklore and culinary traditions as present in its historical inheritance. It is characterized for having charming cities and towns like San Juan, the capital, and the Viejo San Juan -the colonial area -, Ponce, San Germán, Cabo Rojo, Mayaguez, Arecibo and Fajardo. Once there you can walk its streets and visit its cathedrals, convents, fortresses, remote lighthouses and natural reservations. Its coast between the Atlantic and the Caribbean with 438 kilometers of beaches allow practicing all kinds of water sports. Puerto Rico's Water Sports Federation stipulates requirements and the performance rules for the specialization of its members in diving, snorkeling, sailing, fishing, windsurfing and other water activities. Enjoying casinos, discos, concerts, nightlife and different will make you appreciate people who have achieved a symbiosis between colonial traditions and African and indigenous inheritances together with the American vanguards.