Quebradillas literally means “small streams,” and the waterways that run through this northwest coast town is a great place to start your exploration of the area's outdoor attractions. Nature stars here, as the town is home to one of the island's forest reserves, within which there are over 40 hiking trails alone; a man made lake which also has a carefully constructed hiking trail; and a coast lined with beaches that are not only great for swimming, but for seashell hunting as well.
There are a large number of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Click on the name of each beach for more information concerning that part of the coast.
Guajataca Beach: Rugged cliffs watch over Guajataca Beach. The sands are soft and white, dotted with seashells that wash ashore in high tide, and the waters are aquamarine.
Another place worth considering is Shacks Beach. The beach is located directly north of the center of the city, Isabela. Taking Calle Emilio Gonzalez north, just keep going north until you are at the beach.
Jabos Beach: The roads leading up to Jabos Beach are relatively flat and dusty, with a few trees and patches of grass. The sand is a soft combination of tan and white, and the ocean is aquamarine.
Needless to say, the area has a full range of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Click on this link to check out our article concerning beaches for Quebradillas.
One of the better known natural attractions is Guajataca State Forest. <p>Famous for the caves that are a product of the karst formations underground, the Guajataca State Forest is a popular destination for anyone looking to head underground.</p>
A second place to consider is Gozalandia. <p>Also known as El Charo de la Leche, which means the "pool of milk," Gozalandia is a hidden oasis of three pools connecting one waterfall.</p>
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