There are some great beaches in Quebradillas that are recommended for photo ops and sunbathing, but swimming can be hit or miss. Because the town is located along the north coast, the surf can be rough, so many people find themselves thrown around uncomfortably when they are looking for a leisurely swim. Tourists planning on participating in high-intensity watersports might find this area a more desirable one.
There are a large number of beaches to consider in and around the area. To read a detailed article concerning any one of these beaches simply click on the names of the ones you are curious about.
If you are hoping to go snorkeling, a location providing that option is 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.
Another place that beach-goers can consider is Middles Beach. You'll find Middles in Isabela just behind the dunes on Street 466. There is no designated parking.
Secret Spot: One of the best surfing beaches in Puerto Rico, Secret Spot is also one of the lesser known stretches of sand.
Check this table to learn more.
|9.1 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West-Northwest|
|Guajataca Beach||1.9 mi. Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West|
|Jabos Beach||7.0 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West|
|Jobos Beach||9.6 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West-Northwest|
|Middles Beach||8.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West-Northwest|
|7.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West-Northwest|
|Secret Spot||8.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West-Northwest|
|Shacks Beach||6.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Quebradillas||West|
If you want to learn about a wider selection of attractions beyond this category, you should cast a wider net. For more information on other attractions for Quebradillas, check out this page.
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