best beaches in Puerto Rico Archive
Whether you’re dreaming about spectacular surfing waves, a challenging golf course, or the perfect sunbathing beach, Puerto Rico offers the active traveler a tremendous array of opportunities. Surfing and golf compete with tennis, fishing, kayaking, SCUBA diving,
Puerto Rico is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and its hundreds of miles of coastline harbor an almost endless selection for the beach connoisseur.
Rincón, which means “corner” in Spanish, indeed occupies a remote corner at the westernmost tip of the island. Its privileged position guarantees you a perfect place from which to view the glorious tropical sunsets as they splash
Of all the truly gorgeous beaches on the island of Culebra, nine miles off the main island’s eastern coast, Flamenco leads the pack. This island municipality is a paradise of beaches so perfect they are almost impossible
Guánica’s 1,570-acre Dry Forest is home to more than half of all the species of birds that live in Puerto Rico, including some endangered ones. It is also the location of Ballenas Bay, an important breeding place
Caja de Muerto means “coffin” in Spanish but the name refers only to the shape of the cay, which lies 8 miles off the coast of Ponce in the south of Puerto Rico. Other than its reputation
Located on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico between Ponce and Mayagüez, Guánica is a town where life is intrinsically tied to the sea. Many islanders have summer homes in the area, and it is one of
The western area of Puerto Rico, around the island’s third city, Mayagüez, is a three-hour drive from San Juan, but locals and tourists happily make the trip whenever they can. One of the major reasons is Boquerón:
The Mediterranean style town of Aguadilla is situated on the northwest coast of Puerto Rico, where the nearby mountains afford good vantage points for viewing the majestic shoreline below or watching the sun disappear into the sea.
The long stretch of Atlantic coast from Arecibo in the northwest to Rincón, the town at the westernmost tip of the island where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, is home to an incredible variety of beaches. About
Imagine living in a large city and having a beautiful beach as your back yard. That is exactly what the million or so residents of San Juan enjoy every day. There’s no need to go far to
Puerto Rico’s central mountain range tumbles into the Caribbean Sea at the southeast coast, near Humacao, Naguabo and Yabucoa. This is a land of contrasts and surprises: You’ll find remote coves and broad stretches of open beach,
Near the coastal town of Fajardo are some of the most beautiful beaches in the northeast of the island. Every year the fine white sands of Seven Seas Beach draw locals and tourists to this cozy stretch
For generations families have made the trek from San Juan and all over the eastern region for a day at Luquillo Beach. A vacation in Puerto Rico was considered incomplete without a visit to this well-loved place