Some of the best attractions to visit in this region are the diverse beaches. Nearby beaches will make this area particularly desirable.
All of the beaches in Puerto Rico have their own unique features; even small differences in features can have an effect on how enjoyable your visit is. All of the nearby shorelines in the following table have something unique to offer. Click on the following names to see more information:
|Manglillos Beach||2.9||SW||3.8 mi. South West of Guánica|
|Rosado Beach||2.9||SW||3.8 mi. South West of Guánica|
|Playa Santa||3.0||S||3.0 mi. South-Southwest of Guánica|
|Cana Gorda Beach||3.1||ESE||10.8 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Ballena Beach||4.8||E||3.5 mi. East of Guánica|
Manglillos Beach is probably the most convenient option to visit near the hotel. Since this beach can be found three miles to the south west of this hotel, you won't have to go far to enjoy a beautiful shoreline. Located on the south coast of Puerto Rico, Manglillo Beach is part of the Dry Forest Reserve. The calm waters and beautiful surroundings make it a favorite amongst both locals and tourists, especially on weekends.
If you're searching for a beach that offers more seclusion, Playa Santa may be just what you're looking for. Lined with resorts, Playa Santa is broken up into several sections of beach belonging to the hotel behind it. There is also a section of public beach where locals come to play. You can find it located three miles south of the property.
Visiting a town or community neighboring your hotel can add a little variety to your vacation schedule, whether you're marveling at the region's untouched natural beauty, or sampling authentic cuisine with the locals. Parador Guanica 1929 lies on the southwestern side of the island of Puerto Rico; it's 1.3 miles to the west of Guánica.
The following table contains a listing of areas near Parador Guanica 1929:
|Liborio Negron Torres||5.2||N|
Parador Guanica 1929 serves as a wonderful spot for active vacationers. There are more than a few activities to be discovered when starting at this lodging. Yes, this region touts a wide array of places to explore, like, , and . Of the three nearby attractions, the closest is .
For even more attractions to add to your agenda, find several of the nearest named in the following table.
|Park||0.5||S||1.5 mi. West of Guánica|
|Guanica Lighthouse||Lighthouse||2.2||SE||1.3 mi. South of Guánica|
|Bosque Estatal De Guánica||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||3.5||E||2.2 mi. East of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||4.1||SE||3.0 mi. Southeast of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||4.3||W||3.7 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Park||6.6||W||1.3 mi. East of La Parguera|
|Park||9.4||ENE||8.3 mi. East-Northeast of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||8.4||N||8.5 mi. North of Guánica|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||10.9||NNE||10.7 mi. North of Guánica|
|Museo Historico de Las Piedras||Museum||10.0||NW||San German|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||10.7||W||3.0 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Bosque Estatal De Boquerón||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||11.9||W||4.2 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Punta Pitahaya Nature Area||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||13.2||W||5.5 mi. West-Southwest of La Parguera|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||14.6||NE||10.8 mi. South West of Utuado|
If you're searching for somewhere a little different to visit, Guanica Lighthouse may be just what you're looking for. A historic lighthouse located in the Guanica State Forest, the Guanica Lighthouse was first lit in 1893, and served until 1950. The historical significance of this site comes from the tale of lighthouse keeper Robustiano Rivera, who, in July of 1898, spotted the American forces as they were lading on the island during the Spanish-American war, and was able to warn local residents.
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