102 Calle Los Cipreses, Aguadilla Pueblo, Aguadilla 00603, Puerto Rico

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WSSM Surf House

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WSSM Surf House ... in beautiful Puerto Rico

Surfer accommodations at the official WSSM Surf House where surf, adventure, fun and exploration happen! Comfort & quality... in surf-soaked Puerto Rico!

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Francis Benjamin said 4 years ago
Very nice place to walk in nature.
Robert Moore said 5 years ago
The place is nice layed back and you feel welcome right away
Jodie Weber said 5 years ago
Awesome place!
Ingrid Kristiansen said 4 years ago

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