Lajas, Puerto Rico
Rosada Beach is one of the main tourist attractions of Lajas, located in the Parguera Natural Reserve. The beach has the largest natural pool in the Caribbean. This is the first in the world to be created in this natural way, with crystalline waters and a touch of harmony of greens and blues. It is protected with a huge network which makes it safe and quiet. It measures approximately 4 to 5 feet deep which is variable, since it depends directly on the tide.
The beach consists of a natural pool, which is a rectangular fenced area, for bathers. It also has a portion of the coast and is the only beach in this municipality, since the rest are keys. Next to the pool there is a small beach that by its plain that characterizes it and is traditionally used for children. Near the entrance of the pool is a path rich in wild flora and a mangrove-filled sump.
Playita Rosada Recreation Area also has a parking lot with a cost of 2 to 3 dollars, 7 roundabouts with tables, benches for sitting, gazebos, pebbles, barbecues, sanitary services, changing rooms and showers, lifeguards, emergency medical area and ramps access for people with disabilities. Definitely the atmosphere of this beach is ideal for celebrations and certainly a great option to visit. For young children, there is a very small shallow beach area with clean water just outside the picnic area.
Rosada Beach is certified as a blue flag beach, international recognition given to beaches that meet the parameters of water quality, infrastructure for the general public and people with special needs, safety and services, environmental management, information and education environmental.
Rosada Beach is a place of family atmosphere and relaxed. The play is managed by the DRNA (Department of Natural Resources) and the municipality of Lajas. The beach is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, on Mondays it is closed. For usage information and to reserve gazebos you can call Public Works of Lajas or the Municipality.