1 | Culebra Nature Reserve
You should not have too much trouble finding the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge, as it makes up the majority of the island. The massive size does mean however, that the amenities and services are spread out, so don't expect everything to be in one place.
This nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is located on the western edge of Isla de Culebra, three miles (four and a half kilometers) west-northwest of the center of Isla de Culebra.
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1 | Flemenco Tank
A reminder of when the U.S. military used the island as a gunnery, an abandoned tank sits on the sand of this beach.
Situated on the premises of Flamenco Beach, this historical site is located approximately two miles (approximately three and a half kilometers) to the northwest of the center of Culebra Pueblo.
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1 | Culebra National Wildlife Refuge
The Culebra Wildlife Sanctuary is the perfect place for hiking, snorkeling, or any kind of nature excursion. With the protected status of the area, you are likely to see at least a good number of native animals and plant-life of the island.
Interested visitors will be able to find this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve in the heart of Isla de Culebra, a little more than a mile (approximately two kilometers) to the east of the center of Culebra Pueblo.
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2 | Culebra Museum
Set in a cute little house, the small museum features a collection of artifacts and images that tell the often overlooked history of the Culebra History. While the events that generally occurred here may not have had a big impact on the world as a whole, this local story tells of the lives of the average person and an opportunity to walk in someone else's shoes.
Interested guests can find this museum toward the center of Isla de Culebra, a quarter mile (a half kilometer) from Culebra National Wildlife Refuge.
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3 | Culebra Museum of History
From Culebra Museum, go a short distance southeast to reach this museum.
1 | Culebrita Wildlife Refuge
Part of the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge, this islet is an important part of the migratory path of 13 different species of birds who travel through the area each year.
When coming from Culebra, approximately five miles (approximately eight kilometers) to the east to find this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve, which is located on the island of Culebrita.
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2 | Culebrita Lighthouse
There are numerous trails that lead up to the highest point on the island of Culebra, and there, visitors are greeted with the Culebrita Lighthouse. It was built between 1882 and 1886 by the Spanish and was lit for the first time on February 25, 1886.
This lighthouse is a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from Culebrita Wildlife Refuge, on the island of Culebrita.
1 | Luis Pena Refuge
Taking up Luis Pena Cay, this wildlife refuge serves as a safe haven for many of Puerto Rico's native animal and plant life. If you are feeling adventurous you can explore the reserve.
This nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is located 2.7 miles (4.4 km) to the west-southwest of the center of Isla de Culebra, and is on the western outskirts of Isla de Culebra.
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This map indicates the location of 8 attractions on Culebra.
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