Yabucoa

(yah-boo-KO-ah)

Yabucoa is known as La Ciudad de los Azúcar, Yabucoa was founded in 1793. Derives its name from a Taino Indian term, which means sitio donde se cultiva la yuca.

Yabucoa is located in the southeastern region, north of Maunabo; south of San Lorenzo, Las Piedras and Humacao; and east of Patillas.


Palm Trees (Photo: Mark Collins)

The surrounding areas produces sugar cane.

There are many well-known "yabucoeños", among them: Santiago Vidarte, Antonio Ayuso Valdivieso, and Jaime Bague.

Yabucoa is made up of 10 barrios (wards/districts):

  • Aguacate
  • Calabaza
  • Camino Nuevo
  • Guayabota
  • Jácana
  • Juan Marín
  • Limones
  • Playa
  • Pueblo
  • Tejas

Things to See and Do In Yabucoa

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

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Festivals and Events

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Symbols

Anthem: Yabucoa es mi Pueblo...

Education

There are 23 public schools in Yabucoa, education is handled by the Puerto Rico Department of Education.

Climate

10 Day Forecast

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