Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Boquerón Beach is one of the “Blue Flag” beaches in Puerto Rico, a coveted award given to beaches around the world that meet strict standards, particularly safety and water quality.
It is one of the most visited beaches, where you can calmly sunbathe on the sand, bathe on the beach, kayak or rest comfortably in the shady areas.
The beach is perfect for domestic tourism and family vacations, offering accommodation alternatives such as rental villas and camping areas.
The beach has over a mile of clear golden sand, water in various shades ranging from dark navy to crystal clear turquoise. Beach festivals are held on this beach and it has an activity center.
This beach is equipped with many services such as a ramp that prevents people from entering the water, has bathrooms, showers, a playground for children, a basketball court, an area to practice beach volleyball, an activity center, kiosks that offer food and drinks and facilities for disembarking boats. It also has security for visitors with lifeguards and police.
There are villas and cabins for rent, these are managed by the National Parks Company.
Boquerón Vacation Center
Boquerón National Park started with 156 cabins in 1966. During the course, 40 villas were built and then there was a need to build 98 additional villas, these opened in June 2003.
Both villas and cabins have a maximum capacity for 6 people; both consist of two rooms, one double and one with two bunk beds, kitchen with refrigerator and stove top (bed covers, sheets or pillows are not including).
The Villas located on the first floor have a terrace type balcony and some have facilities for people with special needs.