Aguadilla is popularly known as the `villa del ojo de agua`. This cognomento corresponds to the also called Chiquito River, which is currently known as El Parterre. Other names are: the `shark town`, the `new garden of the Atlantic` and as the place where `as far as the stones sing`. Aguadilla, a town of traditions, celebrates its patron saint festivities, dedicated to its patron saint, San Carlos Borromeo, in the month of November. Aguadilla`s most popular surfing beaches include Crash Boat, famous for its crystal clear waters, Gas Chambers, and Wilderness. The municipality is known for having some of the best surfing on the Island, but it offers much more than just great waves. Aguadilla's many attractions attract all types of travelers looking to enjoy the splendor of the Caribbean.