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Puerto Rico Elevation Map

Puerto Rico has a diverse topography, with mountains, hills, and coastal plains.


The central mountain range, Cordillera Central, runs along the entire island and has peaks over 3,000 feet.

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The coastal plain on the north side of the island is relatively flat, while the south side has hills and peaks with lower elevation.

The topography of Puerto Rico has greatly influenced the island's history and development.

Highest point

The highest point in Puerto Rico is Cerro de Punta, with an elevation of 4,390 feet.

Lowest point

The lowest point in Puerto Rico is the Caribbean Sea, at sea level.

Similar landscape

Puerto Rico's topography is similar to other Caribbean islands such as the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, which also have mountain ranges and coastal plains.

Popular cities

See here a list of 10 cities in Puerto Rico and their elevation above sea level.