This heart-stirring beach – a popular choice because of its facilities – is preferred by families and large groups of people. Sometimes designated as a Blue Flag beach, the calm waves and low tides makes it ideal to bring kids to play around. The balneario even has a camping and picnic designated area.
As a part of the Boquerón National State Forest, Combate Beach is also a popular choice. Its sparkling waters and large-scale reefs turn pristine shores into a paradise for diving enthusiasts. Preferred by younger crowds, this site is the ideal to enjoy the best sunsets in Puerto Rico. Be sure to jump off the pier… it’s a thing there!
White sandy strips and turquoise blue waters… who needs more? Sun Bay is Vieques' trendiest spot and you’ll immediately see why. There are tall palms trees and lush landscape where you can hang up a hammock and simply admire the dreamy surroundings. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag recognition many times.
Accessible only by boat or seaplane, this white-sand cove that serves as a home and feeding ground to green turtles is one of Culebra’s hidden gems. Almost considered a deserted beach bliss, you can bump into many beautiful sea creatures while doing some amateur snorkeling. It is recommended to take up a charter and don’t miss the wonders of this tropical paradise.
This is the perfect spot to witness the contrast between the Old San Juan and the modern city. Recognized with Blue Flag awards throughout the years, El Escambrón is the most picturesque beach in San Juan. There you can do anything from snorkeling and swimming to having a romantic stroll. It is also part of the Tercer Milenio Park, which offers fun recreational activities and services.
The protected sanctuary Caja de Muertos has one of the most crystalline waters in the south of Puerto Rico. It received the first Blue Flag distinction to a beach located at a natural reserve. There, you’ll be facing the open waters of the Caribbean Sea and watching a variety of birds that nest in the hills near the boulders. Its name, which translates to "Coffin" derives from the shape of the cay.
Direct access and its shallowness make this natural pool the family-preferred beach in Isabela. The depthless tides provide a safe environment for kids and toddlers to play around while the adults relish in the calmness of the scenery. A natural wall prevents the strong surf from rushing in. The crowd you’ll find there is mostly local.
Lajas is known for its offshore cays, but a wooden pier built by the Department of Natural Resources leads to a pool loved by adults and children. As part of La Parguera Natural Reserve, at Playita Rosada you can discover many ecosystems, hike along designated trails, and splash the day away at this unbeaten location.