Beaches in Boqueron

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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.  

Beach Choices In The Area

There are a handful of beaches to visit in and around the area. Just click on the beach names for a detailed guide to that specific beach.

Boqueròn Beach

Combate Beach: Located in the small fishing village of El Combate, Combate Beach is a favorite amongst locals, especially the younger crowd, and it can be crowded. Still, the family-friendly amenities and calm waters make it worth braving the crowds.

Another place that beach-goers can consider is Bahia Sucia Beach. You can access Bahia Sucia via a pocked dirt road at the end of Route 100. Driving a vehicle with four wheel drive is recommended.

Cabo Rojo Beaches: The Cabo Rojo beaches can be reached off Bulevar Guanajibo.

Take a moment to read the chart below to learn more.

Beaches In and Around Boqueron
Name Location Coast
Ana Beach 6.5 mi. Southeast of Central Boqueron South West
Bahia Sucia Beach 6.3 mi. South of Central Boqueron South West
Boqueròn Beach Central Boqueron West
Buyé Beach 2.4 mi. Northwest of Central Boqueron West
Cabo Rojo Beaches 7.5 mi. North of Central Boqueron West
Combate Beach 4.4 mi. South West of Central Boqueron South West

Bear in mind, Boqueron includes other attraction types. Navigate to this page dedicated to even more attractions if you're looking for more specifics.

 

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