Puerto Rico Beach Complete Guide

Condado Beach – San Juan, Puerto Rico County is a 10 minute ride from Old San Juan (in San Felipe del Morro). It is a favorite destination for tourists worldwide OVE, and the location is not the only reason. County is right behind the Great Plaza Ventana al Mar, and the most beautiful facades of the section of San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. I love County because of its tranquility, the output Escambrón, a blue flag just half a mile from here with a fantastic view of the fort in Old San Juan. We found Escambrón really alive on weekends, with locals playing dominoes. The Escambrón is an ideal area for diving as well. Isla Verde Beach – San Juan, Puerto Rico in an area of ​​San Juan of the best places for tourists is the Isla Verde. It is a majestic stretch, 200 meters wide from the sand so true light and the surf is so soft, you will say you’ve found paradise. In Isla Verde are all the services are, and we found the beach like nice.Pull a chair and an umbrella, because Isla Verde is a beautiful beach. With nice people having a good time, can sit for hours and literally, people watch. But here, you can write your own script, because everything is here. You have casinos nearby ski resorts, water sports, restaurants, and the mystique of wondering who might be sitting near you. Sprockets Beach – San Juan, Puerto Rico, San Juan City limits is more scenic drive up the coastal highway 187. Along Highway 187 is Gears, where beach lovers a way because of the wonderful band of sand. There are still remnants of Hurricane Hugo struck in 1989. But the best thing you liked best about Gears is the paved bike path that runs about six miles through mangroves, rock formations, and hugs the coast. Luquillo Beach – Luquillo, Puerto Rico side of the bay of Wyndham is the beautiful beach of Luquillo. Some say it is more beautiful the ‘spa’ on this coast. You can find more than a mile of hard sand bordered by a nice fine old coconut plantation. Luquillo Beach is a Blue Flag facility. There are lifeguards on the beach in Luquillo, along with changing rooms, bathrooms, and a recycling station – nice! You well shaded picnic areas, which are also useful for showers in the afternoon the rain taking place outside the rainforest of El Yunque mountain. More information on the beaches of Puerto Rico in WorldMostBeautifulBeaches.com

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