Puerto Rico has an enormous variety of beautiful beaches to choose from. You can find long beaches, short beaches, white sand beaches, and beige sand beaches, you can also find beaches shaded by coconut palms or surrounded by mangrove trees. The excellent weather condition in the island makes a trip to the beach a good year round option. If you are looking for good time exploring different types of beaches, Puerto Rico has great options of warm, tropical and lovely beaches to visit in your next trip to the Caribbean. Some of Puerto Rico beaches hold the blue flag distinction, which certifies the quality of water, environment, safety and services. You are sure to find the perfect beach and have lots of fun under the sun in Puerto Rico.
Seven Seas Beach in Fajardo
A Beautiful white sand beach located in the east coast in the town of Fajardo. Very popular for snorkeling the coral reefs and for the variety of water sports. The waters are very clear and shallow, surrounded and protected by reefs. This is one of the best places to camp in the main land of Puerto Rico. The summers are extremely crowded and specially the weekends when everyone wants to go to the beach, is almost a country tradition. It has bathrooms, showers and a restaurant in the beach. It has 24 hours security and is a blue flag certified beach.
La Monserrate Beach in Luquillo
Located in the town of Luquillo, in the east coast of Puerto Rico, this beach is considered one of the favorites here, is just known as the Luquillo beach. This crescent shaped beach is very swimming friendly with many attractions. One of the best attractions is the bioluminescent bay kayak trips and is also steps away from El Yunque rain forest. One of the main advantages of this beach is the Sea without Barriers complex located at the east of the beach that makes it easy for travelers with special needs to have the waters of Puerto Rico as accessible as possible. This is a blue flag certified beach.
Escambron Beach in San Juan
This is a very elegant small beach that is near the Old San Juan. This beach is part of a larger complex that is located in the Third Millennium Park. This complex includes bicycle routes, pedestrian and variety of recreational facilities to have lots of fun especially if you have kids. It has good parking facilities, lifeguards, changing rooms and snack bars. This blue flag beach is just great to make exercises in the morning and have fun.