Isla Culebrita

Culebrita Island

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Culebrita Island is a small island of approximately 1 mile in length belonging to the archipelago of the municipality of Culebra, Puerto Rico. The island is located in the northeast corner of Culebra next to Bottle Cay, forming part of the Fraile neighborhood. The island has a white sand cove and offers visitors great opportunities for snorkeling. The island is uninhabited, visited by few people and accessible only by boat. The beaches of Culebrita are of the finest white sand and the visibility of the water is almost unlimited. Culebrita has 6 beaches, the main one is Tortuga Beach, this one gets...

Cayo Luis Peña

Luis Peña Keys

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Luis Peña Key, formerly known as South West Key, is a small uninhabited island off the west coast of Culebra, an insular municipality of Puerto Rico. The island is a natural reserve that is part of the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge and is administered by the Department of Natural Resources (DRNA). This island is named after its second owner, has a collection of small protected beaches and snorkeling around the island. The island is open to visitors for day use only and offers excellent opportunities for hiking, nature walks, snorkeling, diving, and swimming among other activities. Most of the time, this...

Bahía Mosquito

Mosquito Bay “Bioluminescent Bay”

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Mosquito Bay (Mosquito Bay) also known as Bioluminescent Bay is located on the southern coast of the island of Vieques, one of the islands east of Puerto Rico. This bioluminescent bay is the brightest in the world. The magical quality of this natural wonder makes a visit to this bay almost mandatory, for those who want a unique experience. There are only a few bioluminescent bays left in the world, and Puerto Rico is fortunate to have three of them. The bioluminescent bays in Puerto Rico are Laguana Grande in Fajardo, Mosquito Bay in Vieques, and La Parguera in Lajas, with Mosquito Bay...

Playa Escondida "Playa Plateada"

Escondida Beach “Plateada Beach”

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Escondida Beach also known as Plateada Beach is a beautiful beach with white sand and crystal clear water located to the east of the island of Vieques. This cozy beach cove is completely embraced by hills covered in green that serve perfectly as a backdrop. It is quiet, perfect for swimming or sunbathing. The beach is narrow, there is not much sand, but you have plenty of space to place your beach chairs on the sand and enjoy the views of the coastal keys, listen to the gentle waves and, of course, enjoy a good swim. During your visit to...

Cayo Icacos

Cayo Icacos Island

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Cayo Icacos is a small uninhabited island near the Fajardo coast on the east coast of Puerto Rico. With crystalline waters that gently crash against a strip of sand with diamond dust. Cayo Icacos (or Icacos Island) is the largest and most picturesque cay of the many that make up the Natural Reserve of La Cordillera. Cayo Icacos is only accessible by boat, so be sure to pre-book a day trip by catamaran or water taxi. Although the island does not have palm trees lined up for shade, it is perfect for swimming and snorkelling … you will discover a great...

Playa Tropical

Tropical Beach

Naguabo, Puerto Rico - Tropical Beach is located southeast of the island of Puerto Rico in the town of Naguabo. The beach is a small beach located near the boardwalk. The beach is perfect for sunbathing, BBQ or even camping, enjoy the beach and share with friend and family. Tropical Beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area, located near the boardwalk on the PR3 road towards Humacao. The beach offers a tourist office that is open every day from 8 am to 4pm. The beach does not have bath facilities or showers, however there are kiosks and restaurants in the surroundings....

Playa La Fanduca

La Fanduca Beach

Naguabo, Puerto Rico - La Fanduca Beach is a very popular small beach located in the town of Naguabo. The beach is recommended to spend a family beach time and then visit the restaurants in the area. The beach has many trees and excellent palms to shelter from the sun, make barbecues or simply tie a hammock and enjoy the scenery. The beach is formed by a line of stones that serve as a breakwater, from it you can see Cayo Santiago (La isla de los monos) and an impressive view of the windmills that are located right next to the beach. The beach is...

Playa Húcares

Húcares Beach

Naguabo, Puerto Rico - Húcares Beach located in the town of Naguabo east of Puerto Rico, stands out for being a tourist place of the island, either for its beautiful sunsets, or for the best restaurants and kiosks of the typical food of our culture. The beach has a boardwalk and a promenade, built in the 1990s. Playa Húcares doesn’t really have a beach: the promenade is a long and pleasant boardwalk overlooking the bay and the surrounding hills. It has spectacular views of Vieques, 10 miles from the sea, and Cayo Santiago, closer to the coast. On this beach you can enjoy a seafood lunch...

Larga Beach

Maunabo, Puerto Rico - Larga Beach is located in the Punta Tuna Wetland Nature Reserve southeast of Puerto Rico in the town of Maunabo. The beach extends approximately 2.2 kilometers along the coast. It is a sandy beach with strong waves, not suitable for bathers. The shape of this beach has been created by the strong marine currents of the region, which constantly deposit sand and algae on the beach. The sand is distributed on the beach by the joint action of the tides and the wind. This is a high energy beach or strong waves. The beach has an impressive view of the Punta Tuna Lighthouse....

Playa Punta Tuna

Punta Tuna Beach

Maunabo, Puerto Rico - Punta Tuna Beach is a beautiful beach located in the southeast corner of the municipality of Maunabo. The beach is a sandy strip bordered by a palm forest that extends almost to the water’s edge. The strong currents make the beach not safe for swimming, but the view of the lighthouse and the rock formations are impressive. At the west end of the beach, you will find beautiful rock formations that can be climbed to have the best panoramic views of the coast and mountains. The sand on the beach is really unique, it goes from white to golden orange with black sand...

Playa Los Bohíos

Los Bohíos Beach

Maunabo, Puerto Rico- Los Bohíos Beach is located in the southeast of the island of Puerto Rico in the town of Maunabo. The beach is an intimate encounter with the flora and fauna of Puerto Rico, since in Maunabo there is a large amount of the biodeiversity of the island. This beach is very popular, attracting thousands of visitors every year. The beach also attracts tourists who want to explore other regions beyond San Juan and the metropolitan area. Surfers love the wild and dangerous waters of this beach. The beach is also a tourist attraction for observation and contemplation of landscapes. If you...

Playa Los Pinos

Los Pinos Beach

Maunabo, Puerto Rico - Los Pinos Beach is located in the town of Maunabo, southeast of the island of Puerto Rico. On this beach you can enjoy its beautiful landscapes and the tranquility of the sea. Since there’s no large waves form, you can enjoy with the little ones, perfect to spend a sunny afternoon with the family. The beach also attracts tourists who explore other regions beyond San Juan and the metropolitan area. Surfers love the wild and dangerous waters of this beach. The sand on the beach shines with its black carbon minerals, according to legend, they come from marine volcanoes or from...

Playa Grande

Grande Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Grande Beach is a beach with an extensive coastline, which runs along the southwest corner of the island of Vieques. The beach is perfect for a long walk, while you wet your feet in the refreshing waters of the Caribbean Sea. If you walk east you will find Black Sand Beach “Negrita Beach”. Grande Beach is characterized by black sand, due to the sediments of a nearby river. The sand is very thick, composed of an artistic collection of broken shells, coral stones and small stones. Along the beach, you will see small unique treasures of the sea such as small shells that will...

Playa el Gallito "Gringo Beach"

El Gallito Beach “Gringo Beach”

Vieques, Puerto Rico - El Gallito Beach or Gringo’s Beach is a beautiful beach located in the north of the island of Vieques. Located on the edge of some of the most tourist-friendly areas in Vieques, this convenient beach is easily accessible and free of crowds. It is the first beach you’ll pass (in the east direction) after leaving the airport. The beach is very popular among local residents who enjoy it’s comfort. The beach is quiet, calm and little frequented, ideal for swimming, surfing and diving. You can reach the beach using Highway #200 and driving west. The beach has no sign, but it...

Playa Pata Prieta

Pata Prieta Beach “Secret Beach”

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Pata Prieta Beach (also known as Secret Beach) is a small beach within the National Wildlife Refuge of Vieques, in the south side of the island. If you are looking for tranquility, this is the beach for you, the sand is white and usually the waters are calm, free from strong waves perfect for swimming for both adults and children. The beach is ideal for diving, especially in the summer months. To reach the sand, there is a small “walk” (maybe 200 feet) from the parking lot, so not many people go to this place. The beach offers very good snorkeling areas...

Playa Punta Arenas

Punta Arenas Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Punta Arenas Beach, formerly known as “Green Beach” is on the northwest corner and runs along the east side of Vieques. This beach is part of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge and offers very picturesque views of the main island of Puerto Rico and El Yunque. The beach is surrounded by abundant vegetation. You can practice snorkeling and other water activities. The beach is ideal for children as the beach has many shallow areas, safe for swimming and snorkeling. If you are not an experienced diver, this beach is ideal, the water is quite calm on the Caribbean side of Punta...

Playa Negra (Negrita)

Black Sand Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Black Sand Beach located in the northern part of Vieques, is a black sand beach that contains tiny lava particles, a reminder of the island’s volcanic origins millions of years ago. It is one of the most hidden beaches of the island. Due to rough seas, this is considered more like a hiking expedition than swimming. It is necessary to bring repellent, water and all the necessary care since to get there, you need at least two hours of walking. You will find beautifully shaped floating wood, rocky cliffs, desert shrubs that cover the cliff wall, all contrasting with deep black, golden...

Playa La Plata

La Plata Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - La Plata Beach also known as “Silver Beach” or “Orchid Beach” is located in the east area of the island and belongs to the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. The sand is white and turquoise blue water, perfect for snorkeling, swimming, spend a day with family. Despite its beauty, it is rarely visited. Playa La Plata is truly a hidden treasure. This is a beach that you can be the first to arrive and claim the entire beach as your own! This beach is one of the few beaches in Vieques with soft, white sand and clear blue water, surrounded by rocks and...

Playa Navío

Navío Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Navío Beach located south of Vieques is a small beach of white, soft as dust sand. It is the perfect beach to practice body surfing at the same time be able to relax and get away from the bustle. If you are a little adventurous and the tide is low, you can explore two caves that are east of the beach. It is a sea turtle nesting area. The beach is wide and long, so it is ideal to sit and read your favorite book. The beach is framed by cliffs at each end, with a lush line of sea grape...

Playa Media Luna

Media Luna Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Media Luna Beach is one of the most visited beaches in Vieques located northeast of Puerto Rico and maintained by the Department of Puerto Rico National Park. It is a small isolated crescent-shaped beach that is accessed through a dirt road from the Sun Bay Beach. You can have this beach practically just for you, since most visitors tend to stay in Sun Bay. The water of the Media Luna beach is turquoise and the sand is white and fine as dust. The water is shallow and there are no waves because the beach is inside a bay. This makes it one of...

Playa Caracas (Red Beach)

Caracas Beach (Red Beach)

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Caracas Beach previously known as Blue Beach is a favorite among locals and tourists, for its pure beauty and family facilities. The beach is located on the south coast of Vieques and is recognized as an excellent destination for surfing and snorkelling among other water sports. The sand is perfect, a Caribbean white with beautiful greenish blue waters. It is a large beach with pure flat white sand, crescent-shaped, with rocky outcrops on both sides and a key along the coast. The waters and its gentle waves offer fun for children who want to do some boogie boarding. The beach is...

La Chiva Beach

La Chiva Beach “Blue Beach”

Vieques, Puerto Rico - La Chiva Beach was previously known as “Blue Beach”. It is one of the most beautiful and breathtaking beaches that you must visit during your stay on the island of Vieques. This beach a mile and a half long is formed by a bay and located within the south side of the National Wildlife Refuge of Vieques. The long stretch of this extensive blue beach is perfectly picturesque. In front of the beach there is a small key where snorkeling is practiced in its surroundings. It is also a nesting area for sea turtles. Unlike other beaches on the...

Playa Esperanza

Esperanza Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Esperanza Beach is located in one of the most visited areas of Vieques. This picturesque beach is located on the south side of Vieques on the Malecon. This beach is one of the favorite places for children and local families. It is a tradition that children and teenagers jump from the dock to the crystal clear waters at certain hours of the day. Contemplating the waters of Esperanza beach offers you a spectacular view. The sand is white as dust, and the waters are warm, bright blue and so clear that you can see the bottom at a decent distance from the coast....

Balneario Sun Bay

Sun Bay Beach

Vieques, Puerto Rico - Sun Bay Beach is the best known beach in Vieques and considered one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico. White sand, turquoise blue water and green palm trees decorate the beach and make it perfect for all who are looking for a beautiful natural landscape. This beautiful beach, approximately one mile long, has sanitary facilities, showers, food kiosks, picnic tables, cafeteria, lifeguard, parking and a camping area. There are also interesting hiking trails for those who want to stay active. These will take you to a number of fantastic as lookouts and other attractions. Sun Bay Beach is located east of...

Playa Guayanés

Guayanés Beach

Yabucoa, Puerto Rico - Guayanés Beach located southeast of the island of Puerto Rico in the town of Yabucoa, is a beach that has calm waves and wide sand. On the shore you can see the pillars of an old pier and which gives the beach a special attraction. The beach has several gazebos and kiosks for the enjoyment of its visitors. It also has a fishing village, “La Puntita”, which is part of the fish route, promoted by the Department of Agriculture, for the fresh consumption of this product. It is very important to take proper precautions when visiting this beach, because the area is...

Playa Lucía

Lucía Beach

Yabucoa, Puerto Rico - Lucia Beach is located southeast of the island of Puerto Rico in the town of Yabucoa. It is frequented by people who want to admire and see its unique and unique sunset and enjoy it with friends and family. Its coppery sand, turquoise blue water and many coconut palm trees decorate this beach and make it perfect for all who are looking for a beautiful natural landscape. This beach has an extensive shore that makes it perfect for walking or spending a day in the sun, and its waters are incredibly calm. It serves to take a dip, but not to swim due to...

Playa Escondida

Escondida Beach

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Escondida Beach is a beautiful beach located in Fajardo, in the Natural Reserve Ecological Corridor of the Northeast of Puerto Rico. The beach is ideal to spend a quiet day by the sea or family picnic. The water is clear, calm and shallow that makes you be in a true paradise away from the hustle and bustle. Despite its beauty, it is dangerous due to its strong currents. It is not suitable for swimming. It is recommended that you enjoy your shore and do not go beyond. Near the shore there is a small reef where many practice and enjoy snorkel. To...

Isla Palominito

Palominitos Island

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Palominitos a small cay island located about 4 miles east of Fajardo. It is off the coast of a larger mini island called Palomino. Palominito Island is a piece of paradise with pristine blue water and white sand. It is one of the 10 small islands and cays that make up the La Cordillera Natural Reserve (La Cordillera Natural Reserve), managed by the Department of Natural Resources “DRNA”. Palominitos Island is a beautiful white sand beach, crystal clear water with a handful of palm trees and other vegetation. It’s perfect for snorkeling, swimming with caution, enjoying the water with your friends or doing...

Playa Colorá

Colorá Beach

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Colorá Beach is a beautiful and not frequented beach located on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico in the town of Fajardo. Because there’s a small walk to get to the beach, most people do not bother to go, which makes this beach a great “getaway.” It’s a walk that is worth venturing. At the end of the walk you will find a beautiful beach, with perfect view, unfrequented and that you can enjoy in privacy. The beach is known as Colorá Beach because of the reddish hue of its sand. The waters of this beach are crystal clear but most...

Playa Ensenada Yegua

Ensenada Yegua Beach

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Ensenada Yegua Beach located in the east of the island of Puerto Rico, is one of the most visited beaches by tourists and local residents. The beach is located in the town of Fajardo next to the Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve and the Seven Seas Beach. The beach is very frequented by its easy access being exactly next to the road. Ensenada Yegua is a beach with calm crystalline waters, and with many shade bushes, ideal for sunbathing, swimming and enjoying the day with family and children. In front of the beach there are several food kiosks where you can...

Balneario Seven Seas

Seven Seas Beach

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - Seven Seas Beach in Fajardo is famous for its camping facilities and its area for towing houses. The water is calm and crystal clear, safe for swimming and snorkeling. The beach is classified as Blue Flag, a world rating that ensures water quality, safety and service. Seven Seas is a beautiful and small crescent-shaped beach, with soft sand, almond trees and palm trees that provide protection from the sun. The views are fantastic and simply beautiful. You can admire the water and see the lighthouse in the distance. The water is blue and beautiful. There is a coral reef some distance from the...

Playa Palmas del Mar

Palmas del Mar Beach

Humacao, Puerto Rico - Palmas de Mar Beach is located within the facilities of Palmas del Mar in Humacao. To enter, you have to inform the security of the complex that you are going to the beach and they will let you pass without any problem, they will also inform you where to park. At the moment parking is free. At first, it seems that instead of going to the beach, you’re going to a rainforest. But suddenly you will see that the path opens, and you will see a perfect crescent of white sand, with hundreds of palm trees growing pointing towards the sea. The beach...

Balneario Punta Santiago

Punta Santiago Beach

Humacao, Puerto Rico - Punta Santiago Beach is located on Highway #3 Km. 72.4 in the town of Humacao. The beach has a wide coastline covered with palm trees that makes it unique, for its black and white sands; White comes from coral washing, and black is volcanic matter. While the waters that reach land are aquamarine, making the color wheel of Punta Santiago Beach something worth contemplating. Punta Santiago is an incredible stretch of beach located near Humacao. It is here, where the mountains meet the sea in an incredible stretch of coastline with many natural wonders that can be found. If you travel to Puerto...

Playa Tortuga

Tortuga Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Tortuga Beach Beach is located on the small island of Culebrita, facing the east coast of Culebra. The name comes from the large number of turtles that visit the coasts. Named for its large population of sea turtles, the beach has a white sand cove and offers diving opportunities for visitors. Tortuga Beach is considered the main beach of this small island for its turquoise waters and shallow natural pools, this being a true treasure of paradise. With its white sand like dust and its crystal clear waters, Tortuga Beach is the perfect place for swimming and diving enthusiasts. Tortuga Beach also offers many...

Playa Datiles

Datiles Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Datiles Beach is one of the best kept secrets of Culebra. Until a few years ago, the road to climb the mountain, which protected it, was a dirt road and only a 4×4 could get there. Now the road has been paved, many tourists have been there, enjoying the low and calm waters that make it an unforgettable place. This beach has very shallow water, so it is ideal for young children, kayaking and floating in the water. The water is crystal clear and in normal weather conditions and very calm and without waves. You can walk 140 feet and still have water...

Playa Resaca

Resaca Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Resaca Beach is located within the natural areas of Culebra. The beach has a calm and crystal blue sea, white sand and the best harmony between flora and fauna. To arrive to the beach, it is necessary to walk for a while until you find this unique and totally isolated beach with an amazing landscape. Playa Resaca is one of the most valued natural treasures of Culebra, an important turtle nesting site monitored by the Fish and Wildlife Service. For hiking enthusiasts, this is the most difficult hike on the island, the path is narrow and steep. You will walk through what...

Playa Carlos Rosario

Carlos Rosario Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Carlos Rosario Beach is located in the northwest of Culebra east of Puerto Rico. This beach is known as one of the best beaches for diving or snorkeling, this due to its calm waters and the flora and fauna that can be found in all its extension. The beach is a natural reserve, it does not have baths, nor snack spots, there is only a stretch of virgin sand beach with the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea that covers incredible underwater reefs on one side, and lush dense vegetation on the other. Nature lovers will be attracted to Carlos Rosario beach...

Playa Brava

Brava Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Brava Beach, is located in the north of Culebra, is one of the furthest beaches of the tourist circuit that Culebra has, however this is highlighted by the great waves that it generates becoming a unique place for surfers. This beach is more suitable for surfing than for swimming. Those who love to suffer will be rewarded with beautiful views and some of the best surf conditions on the small island. Arriving at the beach is part of the experience, an easy walk of 20 to 30 minutes through a path produces a great reward at the end. If you dream of...

Melones Beach

Melones Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Melones Beach in Culebra is located east of the island and a short drive from the ferry terminal. The waters are very clear with soft waves so it is ideal to observe the vast marine life that inhabits. Its landscape is amazing, framing the sunsets and a fabulous view of the Luis Peña Nature Reserve. The beach is divided into two areas. The extensive shore of the left beach area is covered with coral remains and the right shore of with sand. This beach is perfect for snorkeling since it has reefs and fish of all colors and sizes. The best...

Zoni Beach

Zoni Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Zoni Beach, also called Larga Beach, is a hidden gem and the best option if you are looking for a quiet beach in Culebra. The beach stands out for being retired, without much tourists or visitors. The water is crystal clear and the white sand, although it is a bit rocky. The beach is ideal for visitors looking for a quiet beach with easy access. If you like to take long walks on the beach, this beach should be on your vacation list. Be sure to bring enough sunscreen, water and snacks and everything you need to stay comfortable in your stay....

Playa Tamarindo

Tamarindo Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Tamarindo Beach located on the west coast of Culebra, is part of the Cayo Luis Peña Nature Reserve and serves as a preferred place for snorkeling and diving, as well as swimming. The beach stretches for approximately one mile, being ideal for a wonderful walk in a perfectly natural environment and free from development or sight distractions. The coast is unique along the beach, the sand is a mixture of clear golden sand, some white spots with wide paths of coral stones pushed to the seashore. The waters of the beach are calm since they are protected by the Cayo Luis Peña,...

Punta Soldado Beach

Punta Soldado Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Punta Soldado Beach located south of Culebra is a beautiful bay with crystal clear turquoise blue water and full of corals. You will enjoy Punta Soldado beach since you begin your journey to it. Punta Soldado has an extremely large shore with a combination of sand and stone. The road to this beach is almost desert. You will see cacti, mountains and a small bay where there are many boats. To get to the beach you need a 4 × 4 vehicle. The beach is ideal for snorkeling, swimming, snorkeling or just sitting on its shore and admiring its beauty. The beach...

Playa Flamenco

Flamenco Beach

Culebra, Puerto Rico - Flamenco Beach is the main attraction on the north coast of the small island of Culebra. To get to the beach you have to travel in a boat that leaves Fajardo. Once you are in the port of Culebra you can reach the beach using public transportation. This beach is considered one of the best beaches in the world for its soft white sand, crystal clear waters and virtually no waves. It has more than a mile long, surrounded by beautiful mountains and palm trees. There is a flat part where you can do snorkeling. To counteract this natural wonder, on the...

Playa La Pared

La Pared Beach

Luquillo, Puerto Rico - La Pared Beach is located in Luquillo northeast of Puerto Rico, on Herminio Díaz Navarro Street. This beach is recognized worldwide for its surfing competitions and preferred by surfers. This is because almost all the year and thanks to its exciting waves you can practice this extreme sport. The beach has an excellent and wide area for swimmers and green areas where you can relax in the sun. Extrremo the west, there is a narrow stretch of sand in a grassy area with palm trees where you can accommodate your beach stuff and enjoy the shade, and water view. This is where many...

Playa Azul

Playa Azul Beach

Luquillo, Puerto Rico - Playa Azul beach located in Luquillo is one of the most beautiful beaches in Puerto Rico. The water is blue and crystal clear and with natural sand warm colors, and the coral reefs are full of colorful tropical fish and marine life. It is named for being located in front of the three condominiums that bear the name of Playa Azul. The beach has ample parking space on the sides of the road. It is an excellent place for swimmers and water sports such as diving, surfing, snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, paddle surfing, jet skiing, beach volleyball, among others. There is...

Balneario La Monserrate

La Monserrate Beach

Luquillo, Puerto Rico - La Monserrate Beach also known as Luquillo Beach is known as one of the best and beautiful beaches in Puerto Rico. It is located very close to San Juan and the entrance of the El Yunque National Forest. It has an extensive coastline, its waters are calm and crystal clear and a very soft sand. There are countless palm trees and trees along the entire coast so you can choose your favorite spot and take a dip in its crystal clear waters. On this beach you can enjoy a wide variety of water sports, such as: swimming, jet skiing, snorkeling, flyBoarding, kayaking...

Los Machos Beach

Los Machos Beach

Ceiba, Puerto Rico - Los Machos Beach (named for being located in the Macho neighborhood sector) located in the town of Ceiba is near the José Aponte de la Torre airport east of Puerto Rico. It is a beach with white sand, little waves, turquoise blue water of different shades and shallow, ideal to visit with the family and spend a spectacular day. The beach is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or taking a tan and enjoying with the family. Depending on the time you will find on the shore many seagrasses that the sea has taken care of, keeping the water clean. The area is frequented...

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