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Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco) — What To Know BEFORE You Go

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The Basics

Beach bums can spend a day at Flamenco Beach sinking their toes into sugar-like sand and splashing in the waves, taking breaks to order smoothies or piña coladas from waterfront food stands. Those looking for more adventure can rent snorkel gear to explore Flamenco’s highly regarded coral reefs and observe underwater creatures such as parrot fish and sea turtles. High-speed catamaran cruises run from Fajardo, Isla Verde, and San Juan, often stopping at nearby Culebrita Beach, Playa Tortuga, or the other La Cordillera Islands. Guided tours make it easy to access the gear needed for a good time, while ensuring access to Culebra’s picture-perfect sights.

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Great excursion!

MaryJo_P, Oct 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Beach was gorgeous! It was an hour and 20 minute boat ride there and back but we’ll worth it. The crew was amazing! Thank you Juan, Christian and Freddie for a great time!

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island of paradise

Grace_A, Oct 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Clear water great experience great people lots of fun would recommend to everyone . Island of paradise

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Have fun

Wesley_L, Sep 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Great to have knowledgeable experts to pick the right beaches given the conditions after the recent hurricane. Proffesional and friendly staff.

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Girlfriends Trip

Jacqueline_L, May 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

It was a little scary at first because it was overcast and windy; however, once we got to the island it was beautiful & we enjoyed ourself.

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Exceptional experience with the professional of Puerto Rico!

Emma_B, Apr 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Excellent staff, awesome views, exceptional experience on our wedding anniversary! Our dreams came true!❤️💕❤️💕❤️💕Thanks VIATOR!!!

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Great day excursion

Manuel_V, Jan 2022

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Had a great time. . Flamenco beach was beautiful. We saw sea turtles, sting rays and a nursery shark snorkeling among other fish and sea life. We the crew was very nice and made sure everyone was safe and understood what we were doing. It was a great time I recommend this day excursion!

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Pure Adventure is great

Bjrn_B, Dec 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

Flamenco Beach was astonishing to see and the snorkling afterwards was great, too. The lunch was a bit light though, and some time (10 min perhaps) on the boat after lunch to just enjoy a drink or two would have been nice; felt a bit rushed at times. Even though we really enjoyed this experience and the whole day the price was a bit too expensive, unfortunately.

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Worth every penny

Sarah, Sep 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

I loved it all!! Worth every single penny spent! The staff was very accommodating and courteous and took care of everything. Did not like the lunch sandwiches because I am a vegetarian, looked like chicken to me though but rest was perfect. Snorkeling was life changing experience for me! Must try and I’ll book again!

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Perfect beach snorkel

Jenalee_H, Jul 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

The beach time is short but we went for the snorkeling and saw turtles and stingray at the second location. This was by far the best beach we went to on our whole trip. The snorkeling there had beautiful fish. Don’t miss out on snorkeling the reef because the second spot isn’t at the reef and you will miss the beautiful fish if you don’t go at the beach spot. The swim to the beach is fun and easy.

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Culebra experience

Eve, May 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

We loved the experience. The tour guides were very friendly and helpful . Culebra was beautiful and we would definitely return. The trip was smooth and also the snorkeling experience was also worth it .

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Great time

Cameron_W, May 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

The beach portion and snorkeling is fantastic. The only negative thing to say is the boat ride is extremely long over 3 hours on the boat to and from starting point.

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Fun experience

Robert_D, Apr 2021

Full-Day Culebra and Flamenco Beach Snorkel Tour from San Juan

The trip was an awesome experience,the guides were fun and very friendly. My only complaint would be not having scuba masks to accommodate people who wear glasses. Other then that it was amazing seeing the sea turtles,sting rays,fish and even got a peek at a manatee!

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Facilities at the beach include showers, restrooms, lockers, and picnic tables, as well as a selection of kiosks and beach bars.

  • Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent.

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How to Get There

Flamenco Beach is located on the northwestern shore of Culebra Island, about 17 miles (27 kilometers) east of mainland Puerto Rico. Ferries leave Fajardo (about a 90-minute drive from San Juan) for Culebra several times a day and take about 90 minutes; plan to arrive several hours before your desired departure. For a smoother trip, take a 30-minute flight from Isle Grande Airport just outside San Juan. If visiting Playa Flamenco directly from Culebra Harbor or the airport, take a taxi or rent a car to access the beach. Book a guided tour to have all the logistics handled for you.

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When to Get There

Flamenco Beach is busiest in winter and spring, when it’s best to visit on a weekday or arrive early to avoid crowds. The Caribbean waters are warm year-round, and although low season visitors can enjoy fewer crowds and cheaper prices, visiting during hurricane season (June through November) means boats might be canceled due to weather.

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Beach Brigade

The US Navy used Flamenco Beach as a practice ground from just before World War II until the 1970s. A pair of old US army tanks remain, abandoned on the northern edge of the beach. A reminder of Puerto Rico’s military past, the rusted tanks have become something of a local landmark, spruced up with colorful graffiti, most notably a swirling green and yellow design painted by local artist Jorge Acevedo.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.

Q:

What are the nearest attractions to Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)?

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Attractions near Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco):

  • Palomino Island
  • Icacos Island (Cayo Icacos)
  • Laguna Grande

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What else should I know about attractions in San Juan?

A:

As well as visiting the Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco), check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit:

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Flamenco Beach Playa Flamenco Tours & Tickets (Best Price: 88 USD)

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  • Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)

    • Forested white-sand beaches and sapphire-blue water make Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco) as picturesque as a Caribbean postcard. Hidden away on the island of Culebra, just off the coast of Puerto Rico, Flamenco is a hot spot for water adventures. With its colorful aquatic life, beachside bars serving up cocktails, and flamingo-filled lagoons, this strip of sand provides an ideal day trip for those looking to go beyond the bustle of San Juan.

      The Basics

      Beach bums can spend a day at Flamenco Beach sinking their toes into sugar-like sand and splashing in the waves, taking breaks to order smoothies or piña coladas from waterfront food stands. Those looking for more adventure can rent snorkel gear to explore Flamenco’s highly regarded coral reefs and observe underwater creatures such as parrot fish and sea turtles. High-speed catamaran cruises run from Fajardo, Isla Verde, and San Juan, often stopping at nearby Culebrita Beach, Playa Tortuga, or the other La Cordillera Islands. Guided tours make it easy to access the gear needed for a good time, while ensuring access to Culebra’s picture-perfect sights.  

      Things to Know Before You Go

      • Facilities at the beach include showers, restrooms, lockers, and picnic tables, as well as a selection of kiosks and beach bars.
      • Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent.

      How to Get There

      Flamenco Beach is located on the northwestern shore of Culebra Island, about 17 miles (27 kilometers) east of mainland Puerto Rico. Ferries leave Fajardo (about a 90-minute drive from San Juan) for Culebra several times a day and take about 90 minutes; plan to arrive several hours before your desired departure. For a smoother trip, take a 30-minute flight from Isle Grande Airport just outside San Juan. If visiting Playa Flamenco directly from Culebra Harbor or the airport, take a taxi or rent a car to access the beach. Book a guided tour to have all the logistics handled for you.

      When to Get There

      Flamenco Beach is busiest in winter and spring, when it’s best to visit on a weekday or arrive early to avoid crowds. The Caribbean waters are warm year-round, and although low season visitors can enjoy fewer crowds and cheaper prices, visiting during hurricane season (June through November) means boats might be canceled due to weather.  

      Beach Brigade 

      The US Navy used Flamenco Beach as a practice ground from just before World War II until the 1970s. A pair of old US army tanks remain, abandoned on the northern edge of the beach. A reminder of Puerto Rico’s military past, the rusted tanks have become something of a local landmark, spruced up with colorful graffiti, most notably a swirling green and yellow design painted by local artist Jorge Acevedo.

      Location

      Address: Culebra, Puerto Rico

°FLAMENCO BEACH HOUSE ORIHUELA (Spain)

Flamenco Beach House — Orihuela

37.93758,
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Orihuela,
Spain

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900 Santa5 900 Call 906
Orihuela,
Spain,
03189,
Valencia

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Description

Cala Capitan is a 20-minute walk and Go Kart Orihuela is a 5-minute drive.

Location

The Cellar Door and Sunrise Restaurants offer a bite to eat about 275 meters from the villa. Popular points of interest in the area include Playa Nudista.

Bus stop «Playa Flamenca — Ayuntamiento» is 10 minutes away.

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Amenities

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Free WiFi

Free parking

Kitchen utensils

Kettle

Kitchenware

Air conditioner

Transfer

Paid airport transfer

TV

Flat screen TV

Check-in/Check-out

Express check-in/check-out

General
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking
  • Kitchenware
  • Air conditioner
  • Transfer
  • TV
  • Lift
  • Check in/ Check out

Sports & Fitness

  • Windsurfing
  • Diving
  • Scuba diving
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Tennis court
  • Bowling
  • Golf Course
  • Fishing

Services

  • Paid airport transfer
  • Grocery delivery

Dining

  • Outdoor dining
  • Picnic tables

For children

  • Baby cots

Leisure

  • Outdoor seasonal pool
  • Beach access
  • Beach umbrellas
  • Water park
  • Sun deck
  • Garden
  • Barbecue accessories
  • Lounge / Cinema
  • Shallow pool

View from room

  • Sea view

Amenities in the room

  • Air conditioning
  • Rest area
  • Patio
  • Terrace
  • Garden furniture
  • Tea/coffee set
  • Dining table
  • Ironing accessories

Bathroom

  • Washing machine

Kitchenware

  • Kettle
  • Kitchenware

Media

  • TV with a flat screen

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Rooms & Availability

3 Bedroom House

  • Beds to choose from:

    Double bed

  • Room size:

    90 m²

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    Sea view

  • Shower

  • Coffee machine

  • Heating

  • Air conditioner

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Location

5 Calle Santa Rufina,
Orihuela,
Spain,
03189,
Valencia

  • Famous places of the city
  • Nearby
  • Restaurants

Shopping area

Zenia boulevard

1. 7
km

Paseo Maritimo de Guardamar

1.2
km

Shopping center

La Zenia

1.0
km

Gulf

Serrad

890 m

Bay

Cala Las Estacas

890 m

Paseo Marítimo

PUMAM

9000 1.2 1.2
km

Beach

Playa de la Senia

2.0
km

Beach

Cabo Roig Beach

3.1
km

Shopping center

Zeniamar Centro Comercial

1.5
km

Beach

Cala Capitan Beach

2.0
km

Shopping center

Via Park 3

2.0
km

Calle Acantilado

beach Cala Ferris

2.5
km

Beach

Cala Ferris

2.5
km

Calle Rosas s\u002Fn

Marina Cabo Roig

3.1
km

Cabo Roig

3.1
km

Playa Aguamarina

3.4
km

Punta de la Glea

3.4
km

Bay

Caleta de la Glea

3.4
km

Nightclub

The Bushwacka Australian Pub

3. 4
km

Beach

Playa del Acequion

4.6
km

Beach

Playa de la Glea

4.4
km

Golf Course

Club de Golf Las Ramblas de Orihuela

4.6
km

Beach

Playa de los Naufragos

4.6
km

Puerto de Torrevieja

4.6
km

Museum

Museum on the submarine S-61 Delfin

5.2
km

Paseo Juan Aparicio

Estatua de la Bella Lola

5.2
km

Garden

Constitution Square

6.1
km

Museum

Museo De Historia Natural

5.6
km

Beach

Playa Nudista

390 m

Island

ILLA de l’Aire

390 m

Rockys Arena

m

Restaurant

9000 Sunrise

Ristorante Uvarara

240 m

Restaurant

Spud Murphy’s

250 m

Restaurant

La Strada Pizzeria

200 m

Restaurant

LEONARDOO RISTorante

270 m

Restaurant

Richie & Dave S

210 m

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Address

5 Calle Santa Rufina,
Orihuela,
Spain,
03189,
Valencia

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    Real estate in Playa Flamenco

    Spain is valued not only for its historical sights, but also for the warmest and most beautiful beaches, so here you can meet the largest number of tourists from the Nordic countries.

    Playa Flamenca Spain : advantages and attractions

    The most beautiful city of all the coastal resorts in Spain is located south of the rather crowded town of Torrevieja on the coast called Orihuela Costa. Playa Flamenca Spain is bordered by Punta Prima to the north and La Zenia to the south.

    The development of the Playa Flamenca area as a resort began in 1970, turning from a deserted stretch of coastline into the most modern resort that attracts tourists and vacationers from all over the world. The beaches of the area are marked for cleanliness with the European Blue Flag.

    Playa Flamenca is endowed with a convenient transport interchange: the area is located 60 km from Alicante airport (35 minutes by car). Any other resort or town of the Costa Blanca can be reached just as quickly — in a few minutes by car or bus. For example, the beaches of Orihuela from Torrevieja can be reached by car in just 10 minutes.

    The city of Orihuela has only 80 thousand inhabitants, while it is considered the cultural capital of the province of Alicante. Playa Flamenca (Playa Flamenca) — one of the most popular areas of the town of Orihuela Costa, the area of ​​the city consists of the same type of buildings and is very popular not only for recreation, but also for permanent residence.

    The weather in the area of ​​the most famous beach in Orihuela is hot and dry in summer, the rains do not indulge holidaymakers.

    The beach or swimming season of this area begins in June and ends in October, the average sea water temperature during this period does not fall below +22 degrees, and the air temperature does not fall below +30 degrees even at night.

    On the beach you can relax both actively and passively (riding jet skis, yachts, water skiing; going to cinemas; relaxing on the beach by the sea; visiting spas, solariums).

    Tourists are attracted by the Playa Flamenca area, with its high level of service, an abundance of restaurants and cozy cafes, as well as developed infrastructure. The area has all the infrastructure necessary for life: several banks and supermarkets, schools and kindergartens, a hospital, a post office, nearby golf courses, a huge sports complex, and yacht clubs on the coast.

    In the old quarters of the city of Orihuela, medieval buildings in the Baroque style have been preserved in excellent condition, churches of the XIV-XVII centuries, the ruins of a castle built by the Moors have survived to this day.

    Real estate in Playa Flamenca

    Playa Flamenca is the most attractive place to buy real estate in that it is easy to get to different settlements in Spain — Alicante, Murcia and any Mediterranean beach in the country from this area.

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