Located on the island's west coast, Aguadilla is recognized as one of the top destinations for surfing. They range from beaches with soft surf great for training up those new to the sport to those that are only recommended for the pros because of the dangerous currents. Visitors only interested in swimming should stick to beaches like Schoolyards and Bridges where the waters aren't so turbulent.
You'll find a large number of beaches to consider in the area. You can click on each beach name for more information concerning that specific beach.
Bridges Beach: Backed by the city of Aguadilla, Bridges Beach is not the place to go for quiet privacy. Indeed, the atmosphere here is quite exciting as surfers head out and fight the waves.
A second location worth considering is Surfer's Beach. With a name like Surfer's Beach, it should come as no surprise that this is considered one of the areas best surfing beaches. But while some local waters are a little too rough for beginners, this one is great for all skill levels.
Crash Boat Beach: Just a coupe miles from Highway 2, Crash Boat Beach is easy to spot and access. Follow the road signs on Route 107 and you'll get there without any trouble.
The beaches in Aguadilla are displayed in the following table.
|Bridges Beach||Downtown Aguadilla||West|
|Crash Boat Beach||1.9 mi. North-Northwest of Downtown Aguadilla||West|
|1.9 mi. South West of Downtown Aguadilla||West|
|4.1 mi. North of Central Aguadilla||West|
|School Yard Beach||Downtown Aguadilla||West|
|Surfer's Beach||5.2 mi. North of Central Aguadilla||West-Northwest|
|Table Rock Beach||1.3 mi. South-Southwest of Downtown Aguadilla||West|
|The Shacks||4.0 mi. North of Central Aguadilla||West|
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