Vieques, Puerto Rico
Navío Beach located south of Vieques is a small beach with powdery white sand. The beach is perfect for body surfing and at the same time relaxing and getting away from the hustle and bustle.
The beach is wide and long and is a nesting area for sea turtles. If you are a bit adventurous and the tide is low, you can explore two caves that are located east of the beach.
The beach is framed by cliffs at each end, with a lush line of sea grape plants, palm trees, and native plants.
The uniqueness of the beach is in the gentle bubbling waves with their hidden caves and the sounds of the ocean from the beach which are fascinating.
The beach is not only an impressive beach, but it also has fun waves for those who want to practice body surfing or other fun water activities. The beach is deserted most of the time, but on Sunday afternoons improvised volleyball is a tradition.
Navio Beach is accessible through the Sun Bay Spa entrance. Follow the path to the left once you enter the Sun Bay Beach, you will see signs for Media Luna and Navio beaches. During the rainy season, the road to Navio can be inaccessible.