Map of Beaches in Puerto Rico

1 | Shacks

Not far from some major tourist areas, The Shacks has been able to keep a low profile despite its very large beach and relatively easy access. Being located right where the Atlantic Ocean turns into the Caribbean Sea, this beach has a nice hybrid of clear Caribbean Waters and rough Atlantic Waves.

The center of Aguadilla is four miles (six and a half kilometers) south of this beach.

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2 | Ruins Beach

Visitors can find this beach about a hundred yards (a couple hundred meters) from The Shacks.

3 | Surfer's Beach

With a name like Surfer's Beach, it should come as no surprise that this is considered one of the areas best surfing beaches. But while some local waters are a little too rough for beginners, this one is great for all skill levels.

From Ruins Beach, go a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) to the northeast to get to this beach.

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1 | Jobos Beach

Jobos Beach is an interesting destination in Puerto Rico because on the one hand, the waters are calm enough for swimming, but there are also waters perfect for surfing as well. In fact, locals who don't want to travel to Rincon use this as their main surfind beach.

Visitors can find this beach within easy traveling distance from Aguadilla, three and a half miles (six kilometers) west-northwest of the center of Isabela.

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2 | Golondrinas

Make your way east for a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) from Jobos Beach to reach this beach.

3 | Secret Spot

One of the best surfing beaches in Puerto Rico, Secret Spot is also one of the lesser known stretches of sand.

Situated within easy traveling distance of Aguadilla, this beach is located only 0.4 miles (0.7 km) from Golondrinas.

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4 | Middles Beach

Having hosted some of the top surfing competitions in the world, Middles Beach has become well-known as a major surfing beach on the island. Unfortunately for recreational swimmers, the waters here are typically too dangerous for those who are not highly trained.

Head a quarter mile (a half kilometer) to the east from Secret Spot to find this beach.

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5 | Salsi Beach

This beach can be found within traveling distance of Quebradillas, only 0.8 miles (1.2 km) from Middles Beach.

6 | Jabos Beach

Jobos Beach has a quiet beauty and calm setting that can be deceiving. While it is a great locale for strong surfers and sun bathers, the water has a notoriously strong riptide that is known for catching, and even drowning, swimmers.

This beach is only 0.7 miles (1.1 km) from Salsi Beach.

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7 | Shacks Beach

Offering fantastic snorkeling and located just off a main road near plenty of amenities, Shacks Beach is perfect for anyone looking for a compromise between the crowd-heavy beaches of San Juan, and the more natural beaches of rural Puerto Rico.

Visitors can find this beach on the northern outskirts of the city of Isabela, just 0.7 miles (1.1 km) from Jabos Beach.

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1 | Guajataca Beach

Between Isabela and Quebradillas on Puerto Rico's north coast is Guajataca Beach. This beach, though beautiful and inviting, is not for swimming.

From the center of Quebradillas, go two miles (three kilometers) northwest to get to this beach.

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1 | Mar Chiquita Beach

Mar Chiquita Beach is one of those beaches that you can never be sure of. As beautiful as the beach is, and it is a sight to see, the surf varies by day, and the undertow can be killer.

This beach is located approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) to the north-northwest of the center of Manati.

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1 | Puerto Neuvo

This interesting beach is located behind a large rock formation, giving Puerto Nuevo Beach oddly peaceful waters in an area that is usually very rough, making it popular with swimmers. The rocks that give the beach its peace takes the brunt force of the ocean, and visitors can stand on some of the large rocks and watch the waves crash into them.

From the center of Dorado, go eight miles (13 kilometers) to the west to locate this beach.

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2 | Vega Baja

As one of the many North Shore beaches of Puerto Rico, Vaga Baja Beach does not have too much that makes it unique from its neighbors. However, one feature that helps Vega Baja stand out is the very small string of tiny islands just off the coast, giving the beach a weird mix of both rough waves and calm waters.

Head a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) east from Puerto Neuvo Beach to find this beach.

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3 | Cerro Gordo Beach

Cerro Gordo Beach is a government run beach in Vega Alta, approximately 45 minutes from San Juan. This beach is a favorite amongst locals, yet remains much quieter than the beaches in resort laden areas of Puerto Rico.

Travel east for 2.3 miles (3.8 km) from Vega Baja Beach to reach this beach.

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1 | Los Tocores Beach

If you head towards the coast from Laguna Mata Redonda you'll run into Los Tocores, a beach so beautiful that every resort along the shore wants a piece of it. The waters here are calm enough that you can swim, but not so calm that you shouldn't be wary of strong currents if you are visiting with young children.

This beach is two miles (three and a half kilometers) to the west of the center of Dorado.

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Aguadilla

Located on the island's west coast, Aguadilla is recognized as one of the top destinations for surfing. They range from beaches with soft surf great for training up those new to the sport to those that are only recommended for the pros because of the dangerous currents. Visitors only interested in swimming should stick to beaches like Schoolyards and Bridges where the waters aren't so turbulent. You… more…

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1 | Dorado Beach

Set in the small northern town of Dorado, Dorado Beach is known for it's prime surfing conditions, which make it a beach not necessarily suitable for inexperienced swimmers or families with young children.

From the center of Dorado, go two miles (three kilometers) to the east to locate this beach.

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San Juan

There are two public beaches located in San Juan that feature facilities including bathrooms and changing rooms, picnic benches and barbecue grills, on-shore play areas for kids, and even lifeguards during daylight hours, as well as shops and restaurants along the road. Other beaches in the area may not have quite the facilities, but they are known for their gorgeous scenery which include soft white sand and… more…

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1 | Torrecilla Pinones

Torrecilla Pinones Beach is located on the north coast of Puerto Rico. Set along a coast that is backed by miles of forest land, it is easy to find a quiet stretch of sand to claim as your own when you are looking for a day away from the hustle and bustle of some of the larger tourist areas on the island.

From the center of Loiza, go approximately five and a half miles (approximately nine kilometers) to the west to find this beach.

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2 | Vacia Talega Beach

Vacia Talega is located on Puerto Rico's north coast, just 15 minutes from Piñones. Despite being located in a relatively secluded area, you'll often find that there are several other groups of visitors making a day of it at this lovely beach.

Situated within traveling range of Loiza, this beach is two and a half miles (four kilometers) to the east of Torrecilla Pinones Beach.

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1 | Municipal Beach

Travel 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west from the center of Aguada to reach this beach.

2 | Espinar Beach

Espinar Beach is located in Aguadilla, along Puerto Rico's west coast. This section of the island is especially popular amongst active beach goers because of the wide variety of active pursuits that surround the beaches such as hiking, and in the sea which are great for watersports.

Travelers will find this beach two miles (three and a half kilometers) to the northeast of Municipal Beach.

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1 | Coco Beach

More than anything, the Coco Beach area is known not for its beautiful coastline (which it has), but the game of golf. Immediately surrounding the beach is the Bahia Beach Resort and Golf Club, the Gran Melia Golf Resort, and the Trump International Golf Club.

If you're coming from the center of Bethel Town, go approximately two and a half miles (approximately four kilometers) to the east-southeast to reach this beach.

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Luquillo

Known as “La Capital del Sol,” or the “Sun Capital,” Luquillo is one place where a trip to the beach is an absolute necessity. The town is home to some of the nicest beaches in the area surrounding San Juan, with fine soft sand and gorgeous tropical landscaping backing the shore. Ample facilities are available at public beaches, which is not always the case in Puerto Rico, though… more…

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Rincón

You may have heard tell that Rincon is the "Surf Capital of the Caribbean." While this is true, not everyone who visits this laid-back town is there to try and ride to shore on a board. With eight miles of shoreline that cover both the east and south coasts of the island, each beach is unique, and depending on the time of year each beach could be good for different purposes. Over-all, you can expect… more…

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1 | Playa Laguna Aguas

After miles of forestry, Playa Laguna Aguas Prietas appears as a clearing along the north coast of Puerto Rico. This locale is perfect for visitors who want to enjoy quiet and seclusion.

The center of Fajardo is two and a half miles (four kilometers) to the south of this beach.

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2 | Playa Convento

This beach is located in the vicinity of Fajardo, a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from Playa Laguna Aguas Prietas.

3 | Playa Escondida

Not for swimming, this beach is certainly still worth the 25 minute walk it takes to access it if you are looking or a quiet, private stretch of sand with a view. In fact, the name of the beach translated from Spanish means "Hidden."

When you're coming from Playa Convento, go a quarter mile (a half kilometer) northeast to find this beach.

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4 | Playa Colora

Although this beach has rough currents and signs posted by the DRNA that states that swimming prohibited, it is still a great out-of-the-way locale to enjoy some beautiful scenery on the shore.

When coming from Playa Escondida, go a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) to the east to reach this beach.

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5 | Playa Sardinera

Playa Sardinera is a balnierio in Dorado on the north coast of Puerto Rico. The beach has a roped off area for swimming, which protects visitors from the abundance of boats entering and exiting the harbor.

This beach is situated on the northeastern edge of Fajardo, approximately two miles (approximately three and a half kilometers) to the south of Playa Colora.

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6 | Seven Seas Beach

Seven Seas Beach is a popular beach for snorkeling around the coral reefs, water sports, and camping in the sand (with a permit). Several nearby islets provide even more opportunities for fantastic snorkeling and local hotels and tour operators give guided land tours.

Found on the northern edge of the town of Las Croabas, this beach is approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) to the north of Playa Sardinera.

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7 | Las Croabas Beach

There are several beaches in the town of Las Croabas, which is situated along the east coast of Puerto Rico. Theses beaches are known for their dangerous rip tide, and tend to be jumping off points for boating and kayaking more so than swimming.

Travelers will be able to find this beach less than a mile from Seven Seas Beach.

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1 | Palomino Beach

A private beach for guests of El Conquistador Resort, guests are taken to the beach via private catamaran and left to enjoy a day of sunning, swimming in the clear waters, and sipping on cocktails served by the on-site bar and restaurant.

Found on the island of Isla Palominos, this beach is five miles (eight and a half kilometers) east of the center of Fajardo.

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1 | Playa La Playa

Easily reached and away from the crowds, Playa La Playa is a beach of convenience. Without the clear tropical water easily accessed elsewhere on the island, the beach is mainly left to locals and boaters using the on-site boat ramp.

Interested visitors will be able to find this beach three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the west of the center of Anasco.

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1 | Roosevelt Roads

Located only across the bay from he main Naval Station on Puerto Rico, Roosevelt is known mainly as a good place to try to catch a glimpse of some large Navy ships. Other than that however, there is not much at Roosevelt Beach.

Make your way south for 4.1 miles (6.6 km) from the center of Ceiba to reach this beach.

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1 | Cabo Rojo

A scattering of beaches on Puerto Rico make up the Cabo Rojo Beaches, each of which has stunning views for guests to enjoy. These beaches include, Bahia Boqueraan, Playa El Combate and Playa Joyuda.

You will find this beach four miles (six and a half kilometers) northwest of the center of Cabo Rojo.

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1 | Naguabo Beach

In a slightly busy section of the town of Naguabo is a beach of the same name. Here is where locals and visitors can come to unwind where the sand is soft and the water of calm.

Vacationers can find this beach 7.7 miles (12.4 km) east-northeast of the center of Humacao.

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2 | Playa Punta Santiago

Playa Punta Santiago is located in Humacao on the main island of Puerto Rico. It is a government run beach that in its hay day was a beauty.

Found near the middle of Santiago Verde Mar, this beach is located three miles (five kilometers) to the south west of Naguabo Beach.

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3 | Morillo Beach

Morillo Beach is located on the east coast of Puerto Rico, in a heavily populated part of town. While this may lend itself to busy weekends, many would agree that the opportunity to enjoy the calm, cool Caribbean Sea on this beach is worth braving the crowds.

Interested guests will find this beach only 0.3 miles (0.4 km) from Playa Punta Santiago.

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4 | Humacao Beach

Humacao Beach is a quiet stretch of sand where visitors can escape for a little piece of paradise.

Visitors will be able to find this beach two and a half miles (four kilometers) south west of Morillo Beach.

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1 | Green Beach

Punta Arenas, also known as Green Beach, is a part of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge. It is located on the island of Vieques and runs from the north west tip down the east side.

This beach can be found 9.9 miles (16.0 km) from the center of Vieques, on the western coast of the island of Vieques.

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1 | Puerto Yabucoa

With the area known for the rich and fertile soil, you can bet that Puerto Yabucoa is a beach shrouded by a wall of trees (much like the rest of the region). This helps give the beach a much more natural feel than it really is; located just steps from from homes, baseball fields, and other marks of civilization.

This beach is on the southern outskirts of the vicinity of Humacao, two miles (three and a half kilometers) south-southwest of the center of Palmas Del Mar.

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2 | Palmas del Mar

Puerto Yabucoa is two miles (three and a half kilometers) to the south west of this beach.

1 | Buyé Beach

Buye Beach is located on Puerto Rico's west coast. This is a favored beach amongst families for its warm, shallow waters where children can romp with ease and trade winds that keep you cool on even the hottest days.

You will be able to find this beach within easy traveling range of La Parguera, two and a half miles (four kilometers) northwest of the center of Boqueron.

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2 | 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.

Travel 2.8 miles (4.5 km) to the southeast from Buyé Beach to reach this beach.

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Ponce

There is much to recommend a vacation in Ponce, from the museums to the nightlife, but what many tourists are most concerned with is the beach situation. Ponce is home to four main beaches and a few others in outlying areas. All are equipped with facilities such as picnic tables and barbecue pits, bathrooms, and one even has a boardwalk with shops and restaurants. A day at the beach in Ponce is more… more…

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1 | Maunabo Beach

Nestled between the mountains of southeast Puerto Rico is a sleepy little town known as Maunabo. Within this town there are three beaches: Faro Punta Tuna, Playa Faro, and Los Bohios.

Guests will be able to find this beach a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) to the east of the center of Maunabo.

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1 | Combate Beach

Located in the small fishing village of El Combate, Combate Beach is a favorite amongst locals, especially the younger crowd, and it can be crowded. Still, the family-friendly amenities and calm waters make it worth braving the crowds.

Make your way eight and a half miles (13 and a half kilometers) to the south-southwest from the center of Cabo Rojo to reach this beach.

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2 | Bahia Sucia Beach

Although Bahía Sucia translates to mean "Dirty Bay," this little stretch of paradise could not be more clean and beautiful. In fact, this beach is so popular amongst locals that it is recommended that you avoid it on weekends and holidays.

Situated on the premises of Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, this beach is located three miles (five kilometers) to the south-southeast of Combate Beach.

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1 | Ana Beach

Visitors can find this beach three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the west of the center of La Parguera.

1 | Cana Gorda Beach

Caña Gorda Beach is so favored by locals that many own vacation homes nearby. This means you'll want to hit the beach early in order to stake your claim on a nice plot of oceanfront property.

Vacationers can find this beach within easy traveling range from La Parguera, two miles (three kilometers) to the southeast of the center of Guánica.

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2 | Ballena Beach

Due to its representation of biodiversity, Ballena Beach is a designated UNESCO biosphere reserve. Instead of visiting this beach to swim and frolic in the sea, most vacationers head this way to view the beautiful isolated surroundings that is known for being prime nesting grounds for many species of bird, turtles, and toads.

This beach can be found two miles (three kilometers) east of Cana Gorda Beach.

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3 | Tamarindo Beach

Tucked away in one of the most remote areas of Puerto Rico, Tamarindo Beach offers enclave to evey nature lover and eco-tourist.

This beach is located within easy traveling range from Guánica, only 0.5 miles (0.8 km) east-southeast of Ballena Beach.

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1 | Bainairo Beach

Set on Puerto Rico's south coast, Bainairo Beach is easily accessed from the coastal highway, which runs so close to the shore that it's almost criminal. This is a busy, crowded area of town, so if you're looking for a beach for people watching and meeting locals, this is the place for you.

Situated within easy traveling distance from Ponce, this beach is located 5.2 miles (8.3 km) to the west-southwest of the center of Ponce.

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1 | Playita Machete

Playita Machete is located on Puerto Rico's south coast. The beach is located near a cluster of buildings and homes, but does not see much action because of it's lack of a friendly shore. Still, if you want to spend a day without having to fight off a crowd, Playita Machete is one of the island's options.

From the center of Guayama, go two miles (three kilometers) south to find this beach.

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1 | Punta Guilarte Beach

While this beach once happily served tourist and some locals, the onsite community has largely been abandoned leaving the beach mostly empty. Visitors who travel down to Punta Guilarte Beach will only find a few islanders who remember it and the occasional outsider who has heard of it.

This beach can be found a mile and a half (three kilometers) to the south of the center of Patillas.

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1 | Pesquera Beach

A favorite among locals on the weekend, Pasquera Beach is located near rental villas and has parking, but there are no restrooms associated with this stretch of sand. Where they do shine is the atmosphere, as strains of local music can be heard from the kiosks that line the shore.

Visitors can find this beach within easy traveling distance from Patillas, 6.4 miles (10.3 km) to the west-southwest of the center of Maunabo.

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2 | La Playa Guardarraya

Local families frequent this beach because it is ideally located surrounded by restaurants and grocery stores so you don't have to pack up and bring all your supplies with you -- though with a few free use barbecue grills on site, you certainly can if you want to.

Interested visitors can find this beach three miles (four and a half kilometers) east of Pesquera Beach.

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3 | Playa Mala Pascua

A lively family beach where you can barbecue or grab some food from a kiosk in the sand, you'll always gave a good time when you visit.

La Playa Guardarraya is less than a mile (a kilometer and a half) west of this beach.

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4 | Emajagua Beach

Emajagua Beach is set along the southwest coast of Puerto Rico. The area surrounding the beach is not heavily populated, which means crowds are typically scarce on the beach as well.

Found within easy traveling distance of Yabucoa , this beach is a mile and a half (three kilometers) to the east of Playa Mala Pascua.

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1 | Manglillos Beach

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.

Guests can find this beach four miles (six kilometers) south west of the center of Guánica.

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2 | Rosado Beach

Located plenty away from the big Puerto Rican cities, Rosado Beach is still located in a small community that creates a nice mix of remoteness and convenience. The wide arching beach provides a great opportunity for sun bathing and fun in the sun, while the buoyed off swimming area offers a safe place for people of all ages to enjoy the water.

Visitors will find this beach less than a hundred yards (less than a hundred meters) from Manglillos Beach.

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3 | Playa Santa

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.

Rosado Beach is two and a half miles (three and a half kilometers) to the west-northwest of this beach.

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1 | Punta Pozuelo

Located in a small little community surrounded by a protected forest, Punta Pozuelo Beach is a great location for any fan of nature or quiet. Beach visitors can walk the coast and take a look at the old town here, as well as the wild mangroves that claim the area opposite the beach.

Go 29.8 miles (47.9 km) southeast from Puerto Rico to get to this beach.

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1 | Isla Caja de Muertos Beach

This beach is set on an island about eight miles off the coast of Ponce, within a nature reserve that also has a lighthouse, a cave, and many hiking trails. Days can be as filled with activities, or as laid back and lazy as you want, with gorgeous views to take in all the while no matter what you do.

Visitors can find this beach within Isla Caja de Muerto Nature Reserve, 10.3 miles (16.6 km) southeast of the center of Ponce.

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This map spotlights the location of 92 beaches in Puerto Rico.

Click on each part of the map to find out more concerning the points shown on the map, or to zoom in to have a close-up view of that individual area. Another alternative is to interact with the map using the following table. To do so, just click on the colored map dot shown in the left-most column, or click on the location summary in the far right column.

Points of Interest Near Puerto Rico
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Ana Beach 3.5 mi. West of Central La Parguera
Bahia Sucia Beach 10.6 mi. South of Central Cabo Rojo
Bainairo Beach 5.2 mi. West-Southwest of Central Ponce
Ballena Beach 3.5 mi. East of Central Guánica
Boqueròn Beach 0.6 mi. South of Central Boqueron
Bridges Beach Downtown Aguadilla
Buyé Beach 2.4 mi. Northwest of Central Boqueron
Cabo Rojo Beaches 4.1 mi. Northwest of Central Cabo Rojo
Cana Gorda Beach 1.9 mi. Southeast of Central Guánica
Carolina Beach Isla Verde, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Cerro Gordo Beach 4.4 mi. West of Central Dorado
Coco Beach 2.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Bethel Town
Combate Beach 0.6 mi. South West of Central El Combate
Condado Beach Condado District, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Corcega Beach 2.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Rincón
Crash Boat Beach 1.9 mi. North-Northwest of Central downtown Aguadilla
Dogman's Beach 1.8 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Domes Beach 2.5 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Dorado Beach 1.9 mi. East of Central Dorado
Emajagua Beach 1.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Maunabo
Escambrion Beach 1.0 mi. East of Central Viejo San Juan
Espinar Beach 1.3 mi. North of Central Aguada
Fortuna Playa 1.9 mi. West of Central Luquillo
Golondrinas 3.2 mi. West-Northwest of Central Isabela
Green Beach 9.9 mi. West of Central Vieques
Guajataca Beach 1.9 mi. Northwest of Central Quebradillas
Humacao Beach 3.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Humacao
Indicators 2.4 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Isla Caja de Muertos Beach 10.3 mi. Southeast of Central Ponce
Isla Verde Beach Isla Verde, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Jabos Beach 1.2 mi. Northwest of Central Isabela
Jobos Beach 3.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central Isabela
La Guancha Ponce, Southern part of Puerto Rico
La Playa Guardarraya 0.3 mi. West-Southwest of Central Guardarraya
Las Croabas Beach 2.4 mi. Northeast of Central Fajardo
Los Tocores Beach 2.2 mi. West of Central Dorado
Lucal Beach 1.9 mi. South West of Central downtown Aguadilla
Luquillo Beach 0.4 mi. East-Southeast of Central Luquillo
Luquillo Public Beach 0.4 mi. North of Central Luquillo
Manglillos Beach 3.8 mi. South West of Central Guánica
Mar Chiquita Beach 3.2 mi. North-Northwest of Central Manati
Maria's 2.2 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Maunabo Beach 1.5 mi. East of Central Maunabo
Middles Beach 2.5 mi. West-Northwest of Central Isabela
Morillo Beach 4.8 mi. East of Central Humacao
Municipal Beach 1.5 mi. West of Central Aguada
Naguabo Beach 1.7 mi. Southeast of Central Naguabo
Ocean Park Ocean Park, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Palmas del Mar 0.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Palmas Del Mar
Palomino Beach 5.2 mi. East of Central Fajardo
Parque Beach Condado District, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Pesquera Beach 2.7 mi. Southeast of Central Patillas
Pistons Beach 2.0 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Playa Colora 3.0 mi. North of Central Fajardo
Playa Convento 2.8 mi. North of Central Fajardo
Playa Escondida 3.0 mi. North of Central Fajardo
Playa Higuero 4.1 mi. West of Central Aguada
Playa La Playa 3.4 mi. West of Central Anasco
Playa Laguna Aguas Prietas 1.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Las Croabas
Playa Mala Pascua 3.8 mi. West-Southwest of Central Emajagua
Playa Punta Santiago 5.0 mi. East of Central Humacao
Playa Santa 3.0 mi. South-Southwest of Central Guánica
Playa Sardinera Fajardo, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Playa de Ponce Ponce, Southern part of Puerto Rico
Playita Machete 1.9 mi. South of Central Guayama
Pointe Beach 2.4 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Ponce Beach Ponce, Southwestern part of Puerto Rico
Pool's Beach 2.6 mi. North-Northwest of Central Rincón
Puerto Neuvo Beach 1.2 mi. East of Central Sandin
Puerto Yabucoa 2.0 mi. South-Southwest of Central Palmas Del Mar
Punta Guilarte Beach 1.9 mi. South of Central Patillas
Punta Pozuelo Southeastern part of Puerto Rico
Rincon Beach Rincón, Western part of Puerto Rico
Roosevelt Roads Beach 4.1 mi. South of Central Ceiba
Rosado Beach 3.8 mi. South West of Central Guánica
Ruins Beach 4.1 mi. North of Central Aguadilla
Salsi Beach 1.8 mi. Northwest of Central Isabela
Sandy Beach 4.4 mi. West of Central Aguada
School Yard Beach Downtown Aguadilla
Secret Spot 2.8 mi. West-Northwest of Central Isabela
Seven Seas Beach Las Croabas, Eastern part of Puerto Rico
Shacks Beach Isabela, Western part of Puerto Rico
Steps Beach 1.0 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Surfer's Beach 5.2 mi. North of Central Aguadilla
Table Rock Beach 1.3 mi. South-Southwest of Central Aguadilla
Tamarindo Beach 4.0 mi. East of Central Guánica
The Shacks 4.0 mi. North of Central Aguadilla
Torrecilla Pinones Beach 1.3 mi. East of Central Pinones
Trampa Beach 2.6 mi. North-Northwest of Central Rincón
Tres Palmas Beach 1.1 mi. Northwest of Central Rincón
Vacia Talega Beach 3.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Loiza
Vega Baja Beach 3.5 mi. North-Northeast of Central Vega Baja

 

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