Beloved for it peace, quiet, and seclusion, the attractions most frequented by tourists who stay in La Parguera are actually located outside of city limits. If you've got a rental car or access to a taxi or tour bus, you can easily visit a nice selection of parks, nature preserves, and beaches.
There are a large number of beaches to choose from, though each of them are found in neighboring areas. You can click on the name of the beach for a detailed guide to that particular stretch of sand.
Manglillos Beach: To get to Manglillos Beach, take Route 325 until is dead ends, then turn east, and drive along the shore until you reach the beach.
Another location to consider is Rosado Beach. While the beach is still located inside a community, a wall of trees does help block out some of the buildings and the road. However, even if the trees did not, the area is no San Juan, and is quiet enough not to disturb anyone napping on the beach.
Boqueròn Beach: An array of activities and amenities await visitors to Boqueron Beach. Water sports galore are at your fingertips, along with scuba diving, snorkeling, bike rentals, basketball, and cabin rentals.
These are only some of what's available. For a more detailed look at this specific topic, see this page.
In case you like to learn about other places and cultures, you might want to visit a museum during your vacation.
An interesting landmark worth visiting is Museo Historico de Las Piedras. It is located in San German, 6.2 mi. North of central La Parguera. Visitors that are interested in the area's roots are welcomed to explore what the museum has to offer. Featuring several exhibits of different focuses, guests will gain a first hand account of the everyday history.
The table directly below lists more information about a museum you might enjoy nearby.
|Museo Historico de Las Piedras||(787) 733-2160||6.2 mi. North of Central La Parguera||Puerto Rico|
Bosque Estatal De Boquerón is one of the better known local attractions. <p>Bosque Estatal Boqueron, also known as the Boqueron State Forest, is well known in Puerto Rico for the many birds in the area, and the beautiful beaches that line the shore.</p>
Another local site that's popular with visitors is Punta Pitahaya Nature Area. <p>Part of the greater Boqueron State Forest (known locally as Bosque Estatal de Boqueron), the Punta Pitahaya is one of the prime spots in the state forest and the island to catch a close look at the wildlife and nature of Puerto Rico. With the quality of the nature experience and the relative ease of access, the Punta Pitahaya is a prime location for eco-tourist and nature lovers.</p>
Fortunately, you will find plenty of other nature attractions. To visit our page about natural attractions nearby, visit this page.
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