Peñón Amador Beach
Peñón Amador Beach is a beautiful north coast beach with volcanic rock formations dotting a sandy coastline. This isn't a swimming beach, since there are large waves and strong currents. Just offshore there is a rocky island with a cross on it, a tribute to those who have drowned in the area. So visit this beach for a relaxing day taking in the sun and enjoying the view safely from land.
Camuy River Florencio Cabán Boardwalk
Also known as the Camuy River Park, this wooden boardwalk (tablado, in Spanish) follows part of the Camuy River, which originates in the town's famous caverns. There is free parking, gazebos, and picnic benches. Every year in April the park is the official site of the Balseada del Río Camuy, a unique aquatic parade. Dozens of elaborately decorated, homemade rafts and kayaks float down the river to where it opens up to the ocean. Onlookers and participants also get to enjoy a festival atmosphere, food vendors, artisans, and live music.