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Humacao intro. Located in the eastern region of Puerto Rico, Humacao is a small city just south of Naguabo and west of the Vieques Passage. With a city spread across 10 wards or districts, hotels in Humacao are also distributed across most of the city. Health conscious travellers beware that the city is most famous for its granitos. This greasy and tasty delight is made of friend rice flour with oozing cheese in the middle. Palmas del Mar is the city’s largest resort area and has a number of fancy and high-end hotels in Humacao. There are number of points of interest and landmarks around Humacao. For those interested in exploring the many attractions of the city, booking hotels in Humacao near sights such as Casa Roig, El Morrillo Beach or Guzman Ermit. The Fiesta patronal is held every year at the start of December and celebrates the Immaculate Conception.
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