Buyé Beach

Buye Beach is located on Puerto Rico's west coast. This is a favored beach amongst families for its warm, shallow waters where children can romp with ease and trade winds that keep you cool on even the hottest days.

Located on the island of Puerto Rico, 2.4 miles northwest of Boqueron, You might want to drop by whether or not you are staying in the vicinity. Families and groups of friends who decide to check out this beach will enjoy escaping the buzz of city life without missing an opportunity to meet new people.

How to Access The Beach
A dirt road leads to Buye Beach, where parking is $3(USD) per vehicle.

Amenities and Ambiance

Backed by several resort properties, brush, and trees, Buye Beach features bright white sand, and waters that vary from clear to deep blue.

Many visitors find themselves ordering a drink or snack from the concessions here, even if they move off-site for lunch. Sometimes, visitors will be able to order lunch from one of the local vendors who are typically found at this location.

Perhaps the most convenient amenity here: picnic tables.

Buyé Beach does have public restrooms for your convenience. Shower facilities are available here, so you can clean up before leaving.

A lesser known beach, Buyé Beach plus its availability of amenities and services are likely to be a popular choice among anyone that that are looking to spend some time away from the crowded shores, as it happens to be hiding inside a calm area. Taking that into consideration, straining to locate an unclaimed convenience at the beach is not something you will be forced to do when arriving at the beach, no matter what time of the day you get there.

What's Nearby


This beach is positioned on the West coast of Puerto Rico. You can stay at the nearby Wildflowers, which is found two and a half miles away, and is perhaps the closest hotel accessible from Buyé Beach, despite the fact that there aren't many additional attractions in the area.

Cities and Towns

The closest region in Puerto Rico to Buyé Beach is Boqueron. This friendly part of Puerto Rico is only two and a half miles from the shore, which means it shouldn't take too long to make a visit. Boqueron is an area with plenty to do, but yet isn't overcrowded.


Whether or not you encounter many other people will depend on if you visit during a popular season, which is often indicated by how busy the hotels are. Buyé Beach is not located near many major hotels, but it's often visited by guests staying at smaller lodgings in the area.


If you're on the beach and start to get the munchies, don't worry, you'll have a variety of choices within a few miles. One of the closest places to eat is The Sandbox Custom Burgers Bar And Grill. This restaurant serves both American and International dishes on the menu. Visitors often rave about their hamburgers. You could take a cab or probably walk to this restaurant since it's not far off the beach at all.

Some nearby restaurant options are shown below.

Restaurants near Buyé Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
The Sandbox Custom Burgers Bar And Grill (860) 416-9474 American, International Very Casual 2.3 mi. SE
Miski Mikuna (787) 906-7878 Contemporary, South American Informal 2.3 mi. SE
Pika-Pika Restaurant (787) 851-2440 Mexican Informal 2.3 mi. SE
Tattoo Cafe (787) 254-3692 Spanish Very Casual -- --
Los Remos Restaurant and Beach Club (787) 357-7117 Creole Very Casual 2.4 mi. SE
8 Track Bar & Grill (787) 510-5139 Bar and grill -- -- --
Galloway's (787) 254-3302 Eclectic Informal -- --
Pizzeria Lykken (787) 851-6335 International Informal -- --
Roberto's Fish Net (787) 851-6009 Caribbean -- -- --
Simple (787) 635-6334 Caribbean Very Casual -- --
Terramar Restaurant (787) 645-3996 Creole, Spanish Very Casual -- --
The Spot Sandwhiches (787) 254-1434 Creole Very Casual -- --

Other Beaches

Of course, Buyé Beach is just one of many beaches you might like in Puerto Rico.

Travelers may also want to consider Boqueròn Beach, which is located only a short distance away. The quaint and colorful Boqueraan Beach is an enchanting beach full of local culture. There's plenty to do in and out of the water, from watersports to land activities.

Maybe Buyé Beach is a perfect spot for you to kick back, and at the same time perhaps not the the ideal fit; in which case there are other beaches (and other outdoor attractions) worth trying.


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