The name 'Cabo Rojo' identifies two sites about 10 miles apart. It is the extreme southwest tip (Red Cape) of the island and it is also a municipality that includes the cape and more than 12 miles of inland territory as well. The town is actually a country market community that contains one small museum. The real attraction is the cape and the southern most tip known as Punta Jaguey. The Refugio Nacional Cabo Rojo contains displays on local wildlife. It is a major winter ground for migratory ducks, herons and songbirds, and more than 130 bird species have been sighted here.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water, Sports and the Outdoors