The beaches of Loiza are lined with vendors selling the wares, but the one you'll want to hunt down is the cart selling fresh coconut milk. It is so fresh, in fact, that they lop off the top of the coconut, stick a straw in it, and send you on your way. Whether or not you add a little rum is up to you. From there you can take your beverage, set up shop on the soft, dark sands along the shore, and take in the view of the beautiful turquoise waters that are set before you.
There are an abundance of beaches to consider, though all of them are located nearby. Click on specific names for a detailed guide to that section of the coast.
Torrecilla Pinones Beach: Brush and lush trees back the beach, protecting it from the coastal highway, while dark tan sand runs to the shore. The waters are deep blue and can be rough at times.
Another place to consider is Fortuna Playa. To gain access to Fortuna Playa, take Interstate PR3 to Road 193.
Luquillo Public Beach: Luquillo Public Beach can be accessed off Highway 3 from Calle A. An asphalt parking lot is available for visitors.
Glance through the following chart if you want more information.
|Carolina Beach||9.7 mi. West of Central Loiza||East|
|Coco Beach||3.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Loiza||East|
|Fortuna Playa||8.0 mi. East-Southeast of Central Loiza||East|
|Luquillo Beach||Rio Sabana, 10.3 mi. East-Southeast of Central Loiza||East|
|Luquillo Public Beach||Playa Azul, 9.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Loiza||East|
|Torrecilla Pinones Beach||5.5 mi. West of Central Loiza||East|
|Vacia Talega Beach||3.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Loiza||East|
Bear in mind, Loiza includes additional attractions. To navigate to our complete page about other attractions, go to this page.
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