High rise hotels edge the shores of the beaches in Condado, where just one beach has a lifeguard during daylight hours. The rest of the beaches are agreeably more beautiful to look at, but because the rip-tides can be dangerous and there are no lifeguards on duty, most knowing tourists avoid them. These areas are more likely to be used by extreme watersports enthusiasts than swimmers.
You'll discover a large number of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Just click on the name of the beach for a detailed guide to that beach.
Parque Beach: Parque Beach is lined with well manicured tropical palms, and features fine tan colored sand and deep blue waters.
A second location for beach-goers to consider is Isla Verde Beach. This stretch of beaches is located off Avenida Isla Verde.
Escambrion Beach: Located at the Third Millennium Park, Escambron Park is the beach nearest Old San Juan. It is one of the island's Blue Flag Beaches, and life guards are on duty between 8:30 a.m.
The beaches in and around Condado are shown in the chart below.
|Carolina Beach||4.5 mi. East of Central Condado||East|
|Condado Beach||0.1 mi. North of Central Condado||North East|
|Dorado Beach||11.4 mi. West of Central Condado||North East|
|Escambrion Beach||Viejo San Juan, 1.2 mi. Northwest of Central Condado||South East|
|Isla Verde Beach||2.9 mi. East of Central Condado||East|
|Ocean Park||Ocean Park, 1.8 mi. East of Central Condado||North East|
|Parque Beach||Central Condado||North East|
|Torrecilla Pinones Beach||8.7 mi. East of Central Condado||East|
|Vacia Talega Beach||11.1 mi. East of Central Condado||East|
Needless to say, Condado offers other attraction types. Make your way to this extended discussion dedicated to even more attractions if you want to discover additional specifics.
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