Cidra, City of Eternal Spring
Cidra is a municipality of Puerto Rico located in the central region of the island, west of Caguas. Cidra is spread over 12 wards and Cidra Pueblo (The downtown area and the administrative center of the city). It is located around a 40 minute drive from San Juan with regular traffic. Cidra is known as the City of Eternal Spring. The main road to Cidra is #172, which branches out from the Puerto Rico Highway 52.
The town center features historic places like Nuestra Señora del Carmen Parish and the Iberia Theater, both built during the first half of the 20th Century.
Lake Cidra reservoir, located in the municipality, was built in 1946 and provides water to several areas in the island.
July — Patron Saint's Day Festival
The Patron Saint's Day festivities are a tradition of every town in Puerto Rico and are the largest and most attended celebrations in the Island. Cidra's festival includes music, kiosks, fireworks, arts & crafts and more.
December — Paloma Sabanera Festival
This popular yearly celebration is in honor of one of Puerto Rico's endemic birds, the Palmoa Sabanera. Music, arts & crafts, parades, and more around the Town's main plaza.