Naguabo, Puerto Rico
Húcares Beach located in the town of Naguabo to the east of Puerto Rico, stands out for being a tourist place on the island, either for its beautiful sunsets, or for the best restaurants and kiosks for typical food of our culture. The beach has a boardwalk and a promenade, built in the 1990s.
Playa Húcares does not actually have a beach: the promenade is a long, pleasant boardwalk overlooking the bay and the surrounding hills.
Húcares Beach has spectacular views of the island of Vieques, just 10 miles from the sea, and Cay “Cayo Santiago”, closer to the coast.
The pier is highly demanded by fishermen, since in Naguabo fishing is their fort.
On this beach you can enjoy a seafood lunch in one of its beachfront restaurants or on weekends see the city lit up and alive with visitors and locals having fun all night.
The beach is on PR-3, a short distance from the PR-53 motorway (exit 13). You can park along the main road that runs along the port, or in the parking lot behind the kiosks at the end of the boardwalk.