Beaches

Boqueron is a small village on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico. At least for tourists, the main attraction is the public beach, which is managed by the government. It is one of the most spectacular beaches on the island, and has obtained world wide recognition -- including being awarded blue flag status by the Foundation for Environmental Education. You'll find a handful of beaches to choose from in and around the area. You can click on specific beach names for… more…

Restaurants

Alfresco dining with seating that focuses… more…

Natural Attractions

Most visitors head to Boqueron having… more…

Attractions

One of the largest tourist destinations… more…

Accommodations

Boqueron is a unique destination that walks a tightrope between being rustic and metropolitan, attracting rich yachters and backpackers alike.… more…

Hotels

Central Boqueron is not a top destination for hotels because even in… more…

Activities

Gateway to an important state forest of the same name and the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, the town of Boqueron is a quaint beach village that keeps things simple. When you visit here, the top activities you'll plan for will likely be hiking through the forest or relaxing on the beach.… more…

Shopping

Thursday through Sunday is when Boqueron's shops do the most business… more…

Sailing & Boating

Although it is not an official port of entry, sailing to… more…

Transportation

Boqueron is a laid back fishing community along the west coast of Puerto… more…

Air Travel

The nearest airport to Boqueron is also Puerto Rico's largest and most… more…

Rental Cars

Located on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico, Boqueron is home to miles… more…

Sailing & Boating

Although it is not an official port of… more…

Taxis

Boqueron is known for some narrow roadways… more…

Beaches

Boqueron is a small village on the… more…

Attractions

One of the largest tourist destinations in southwest Puerto Rico, Boqueron is best known for housing not one but two protected wildlife… more…

Beaches

Boqueron is a small village on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico.… more…

Natural Attractions

Most visitors head to Boqueron having heard tell of the gorgeous beaches,… more…

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Sailing & Boating

Although it is not an official port of entry, sailing to Boqueron is still a great location if this is a pastime you're a fan of. There are several marinas in the area, and for those who don't want to sail themselves, a few guided tour options to consider as well. If you simply want to experience… more…

Weather

Puerto Rico is made up mostly of mountains with a coastal plain belt in the north. The mountains jut out to the sea on the west coast, but there are… more…

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