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 will find a small variety of beaches to visit in and around the area. Simply click on specific names for a detailed article concerning that beach.
Combate Beach: To access Combate Beach, follow Route 3301 past a restaurant called Annie's Place. Here, you will find a free parking area designated for Combate, flanked by mini markets and food stands.
Another place to consider is Bahia Sucia Beach. Shaped into a crescent, Bahia Sucia features gold colored sand that leads to bright turquoise waters that are shallow, calm, and warm. Views from the shore include the lighthouse and a set of mysterious cliffs.
Cabo Rojo Beaches: The Cabo Rojo beaches can be reached off Bulevar Guanajibo.
The beaches in and around Boqueron are provided in the following table.
|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|
Luckily, there are some other attraction types available too. To read about other other attractions for Boqueron, read this page.
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