Beaches By Region

Coasts of Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a tourist destination with a lot of tradition. Many tourists come annually to discover a wonderful place where they spend a few dream days. One of its most important aspects is the exceptional beauty of its beaches, considered one of the most beautiful in the world.

In Puerto Rico, there are more than 270 miles of coastline that translate into almost 300 beaches to choose from. The sandy paths lead to amazing natural pools of crystal clear waters. The landscape is very diverse in all regions. Puerto Rico has beach coves perfectly framed by palm trees with turquoise waters. The beaches with spectacular landscapes are protected by cliffs and rock walls, ideal for what they love water sports.

Puerto Rico has beaches and marinas certified as Blue Flag, a European program that guarantees better water quality. These beaches comply with the standards on water quality, safety, provision of general services and environmental management. The diverse geography of the coast of the island presents places that attract many fans of water sports such as surfers, paddle boarders, divers and among others.

Puerto Rico is the perfect refuge for millions of tourists around the world, not only offers an incredible escape from the cold winter climates, but also creates memories that will last a lifetime. ” Whether you want to take a break and sunbathe, ride the waves or explore underwater life, the island has a perfect beach for your taste.

North Coast Beaches

Porta Atlántico
North Cost Beaches - Porta Atlántico
North Cost Beaches “Porta Atlántico”

The north coast of Puerto Rico called “Porta Atlantico” faces the deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean with natural pools protected by limestone walls, some very shallow, perfect for families with young children. The north coast of Puerto Rico has beautiful beaches and very popular for a variety of water sports.

South Coast Beaches

Porto Caribe
South Coast Beaches "Porto Caribe"
South Coast Beaches “Porto Caribe”

The southern region of Puerto Rico known as Porta Caribe, consists of 11 villages that offer visitors remote beaches located in the calm waters of the Caribbean and marinas for boat trips. This area is a natural destination for outdoor recreation, such as water excursions, tourist visits and water activities such as surfing, snorkeling and diving.

Guayanilla
  • Ventana Beach
  • Emajagua Beach
  • Tamarindo Beach
Patillas
  • Guardarraya Beach
  • Inches Beach
  • Escondida Beach
  • Villa Pesquera de Patillas Beach
  • Punta Viento Beach
  • Mala Pascua Beach
Ponce
  • El Tuque
  • La Guancha / Carenero Beach
  • Punta Salinera Beach
  • Las Salinas Beach
  • Cañas Beach
  • Matilde Beach
  • Chencha / El Tubo Beach
  • Los Meros Beach
  • Ponce Beach
  • El Malecón Beach
  • Club Náutico de Ponce Beach
  • Hilton Beach
  • Punta Cabuyón / Punta Cabullones Beach
  • Vayas Beach
  • Las Cucharas Beach
  • Isla de Gatas Beach
Costa afuera Ponce
  • Isla de Ratones Beach
  • Isla Cardona Beach
  • Pelícano Beach
  • Guardia Costanera Beach
  • Blanca Beach
  • Carrucho / Playa Chica Beach
  • Ensenadita / Playa Pocitas Beach
  • Larga Beach
Salinas
  • Cayo Matias Beach
  • Salinas Beach
Santa Isabel
  • Santa Isabel Beach
  • Jauca Beach
  • Clavellina Beach

East Coast Beaches

Porta Antillas
East Coast Beaches "Porta Antillas"
East Coast Beaches “Porta Antillas”

On the east coast of the Island, the Atlantic Ocean borders the north side. The Caribbean Sea extends partly along the east coast and on the south side the islands of Culebra and Vieques, where you will find the most beautiful white sand beaches of the Caribbean without crowds of people. You can also explore the isolated beaches of islets and keys, a short boat trip from Fajardo. The east coast offers beach lovers unforgettable adventures and experiences that the whole family will appreciate.

West Coast Beaches

Porta Del Sol
West Coast Beaches "Porta Del Sol"
West Coast Beaches “Porta Del Sol”

The Western Region known as Porta Del Sol is the surfing mecca of Puerto Rico with a region that extends from Isabela on the northwest coast to Guanica on the south. Most of the best beaches on the island are in this region. Hundreds of miles of coastline make this region of beaches very popular. This region is known for its world famous diving and surfing.

Aguadilla
Aguada
  • Aguada Beach
  • Pico de Piedra Beach
  • Espinar Beach
  • El Mameyito Beach
  • Punto Rio Grande Beach
  • Tres Hermanos Beach
  • Rio Grande Beach
Cabo Rojo
  • Boquerón Beach
  • Buye Beach
  • Combate Beach
  • La Playuela (Sucia) Beach
  • La Mela Beach
  • Punta Arenas Beach
  • Isla de Ratones Beach
  • Punta Pitahaya Beach
  • Punta Aguila Beach
Guánica
Isabela
  • Blue Hole Beach
  • La Pocita de Isabela Beach
  • Poza Las Golondrinas Beach
  • Bajura Beach
  • Baño La Princesa Beach
  • Guajataca Beach
  • Jobos Beach
  • El Pastillo Beach
  • Montones Beach
  • Shacks Beach
  • Pozo Teodoro Beach
  • Middles Beach
  • Poza Sardineras Beach
Lajas
  • La Playita Rosada Beach
  • Cayo Icacos Beach
  • Cayo Mata / La Gata Beach
  • Cayo Enrique Beach
Rincon
  • Balneario de Rincón
  • Corcega Beach
  • María Beach
  • Sandy Beach
  • Steps Beach
  • Tres Palmas Beach
  • Escalera Beach
  • Black Eagle Beach
  • Antonio Beach
  • Deadman’s Beach
  • Pools Beach
  • Almirante Beach
  • Barrero Beach
  • Dogman’s Beach
  • Indicators Beach
  • Little Malibu Beach
  • Parcking Lot Beach
  • Los Almendros Beach
  • Pistons Beach
  • Punta Higuero Beach
  • Rivermouth Beach
  • Spanish Wall Beach
  • Terminador Beach
  • The Point Beach
  • Trampa Beach
  • Domes Beach

 

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