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  • Beaches

    Seven Seas

    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.

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    Punta Santiago

    Punta Santiago is an amazing stretch of beach located near Humacao. It is here, where the mountains meet the sea on an amazing stretch of coastline, that there are many natural wonders to be found. If you are traveling to Puerto Rico, Punta Santiago is a beach well worth visiting – even if just to spend time enjoying the surroundings and wildlife, including the fascinating Puerto Rican coqui.

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    Flamenco

    If pristine beaches and idyllic beauty is what you're after, then you need look no further than Flamenco beach. Situated on the island of Culebra just off the coast of Puerto Rico, Flamenco Beach is perhaps the most stunning and tranquil beach you will ever find. Many would even call it 'perfect'.

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    Sun Bay

    The island of Vieques is a popular destination amongst tourists who visit Puerto Rico. Vieques offers numerous opportunities to soak up the sun on sandy beaches, and one of the most appreciated destinations is Sun Bay Beach. Sparkling blue waters, rows of palm trees, beautiful scenery and top-class facilities make Sun Bay Beach a vacationer’s paradise.

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    Caja De Muerto

    Caja de Muerto is a 2x1-mile island, situated off-shore from the coast of Ponce, which has an abundance of fascinating fauna and flora and a climate similar to that of the Dry Forest in Guanica. It hardly ever rains in this region and this means that locals and visitors alike can enjoy perfect beach weather almost all year round.

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    Ballenas

    Ballenas Bay is a two-mile stretch of beach with a high level of environmental importance. This is one of the few beaches in Puerto Rico where you do not go to spend time sunning yourself on the sand, sipping cool drink and watching people play in the water. This beach has something entirely different and more magical to offer.

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    Cana Gorda

    The Caña Gorda Public Beach is a favorite among locals. Many Puerto Ricans own summer homes here and in the vacation months they can be seen enjoying the beautiful, quiet waters of the bay. House boats are a common sight in the emerald waters and you'll likely feel instantly at home on the warm coral beaches.

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    Boqueron

    Locals and tourists are happy to drive the three hour route from San Juan to Boqueron Beach because not only will they find a spectacular beach, but also a wonderful bay and a friendly village. Boqueron Village is a small, charming and vibrant town that enjoys a friendly atmosphere and plenty of great hospitality. The village has an abundance of open air cantinas, food stalls, souvenir shops ...

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    Rincon Bay

    Rincon Bay hosted a World Surfing Championship Competition in 1968 and has since come to be known as "The Surfing Capital of the Caribbean". A number of international surfers have traveled to Puerto Rico just to challenge the fast and furious waves of Rincon. In fact, so many of these foreigners have settled in the nearby village that it has developed an expatriate subculture.

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    Crashboat

    Crashboat beach is situated nearby the town of Aguadilla and has a fantastic Mediterranean ambiance. Although the beach is not really suitable for swimming, the people of Aguadilla often come here to relax in the sun or unwind in the shade of the many palm trees that line the shore. The beach is surrounded by some beautiful mountains that offer a glorious view of the pristine shoreline and ...