Walk on The Pristine Sand of Seven Seas Beach

If you are looking for a fantastic coastal getaway spot where you can spend time relaxing and at the same time entertain the whole family, then you might try Seven Seas beach in Puerto Rico. This wonderful stretch of coastline, situated near Fajardo, is a holiday haven for thousands of people every year.

Each year you'll find the white sand of Seven Seas beach dotted with both tourists and locals. The place is popular mainly because of the many enjoyable holiday activities that it has to offer. You can soak up sun on the pristine sand, snorkel the shallows where an amazing abundance of colorful sea life have made their home, or take advantage of the good winds and do a little windsurfing or sailing. There are also a wide range of sporting facilities available for your use. The beach is quite safe for swimming as there is a massive offshore reef which helps keep the waves small and helps the marine life to flourish.

You can also take your snorkeling gear and head towards the small string of uninhabited islets nearby where you will find some fantastic marine life and a bit of peace and quiet on the beaches. You can find lodging at one of the hotels or camp it up on the beach if you have a permit. Seven Seas beach has so much to offer that you are bound to find something that appeals to you regardless of your tastes.


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Milagros Cordero - 2010-02-22 14:16:38

It is very important in your report/information to include that our beach has won a blue flag. This represent a very high standard to accomplish and ensures the swimmers that the waters are safely clean to enjoy. Thanks!

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