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Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
View on map2.0 km from City Center1.8 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
The property provides complimentary parking and a parking lot and is set 0.6 miles from the city center.
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View on map1.6 km from City Center2.0 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Located less than 2 km from the town of Isla Culebra, this accommodation offers a terrace overlooking the beach.
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1.6 km from City Center2.2 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Set in Isla Culebra, this 6-room property is an ideal base for visits to Snorkeling in culebra.
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1.5 km from City Center2.4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
The budget hotel is a good starting point to Isla Culebra’ sights including Culebra National Wildlife Reserve and Zinkowski Art Studio.
1.3 km from City Center2.4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
This self-catering villa has 2 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 guests.
1.3 km from City Center2. 4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Set 28 km from Bioluminescent Bay in Isla Culebra, this apartment with rustic interior features a terrace.
1.6 km from City Center2.4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Located only 10 minutes’ walk Culebra National Wildlife Refuge, the vacation home boasts garden views.
1.0 km from City Center2.8 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Playa Flamenco is 2.1 miles from this villa that offers 3 bedrooms along with a kitchen.
800 m from City Center2.9 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Featuring a balcony together with views of the sea, this villa is located close to Culebrita Lighthouse.
1000 m from City Center2.9 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Situated 2 km from the centre of Isla Culebra, the apartment with a view over the sea offers a terrace.
1.0 km from City Center2.9 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
There are rooms facing the sea and the hotel is set close to Museum of History.
900 m from City Center3.0 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Located in Isla Culebra, 15 minutes’ walk from Snorkeling in culebra, this apartment features a marble bathroom and a mini-kitchen.
1.0 km from City Center3.2 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Culebrita Lighthouse is 4. 1 miles from this villa that offers 2 bedrooms along with a kitchen.
2.0 km from City Center3.2 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Featuring 9 rooms, a cable flat-screen and a flat screen TV, this venue is 10 minutes’ drive from Playa Flamenco in Isla Culebra.
1.9 km from City Center3.2 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Located in Isla Culebra, this hotel provides guests with Caribbean meals and a night club and an outdoor swimming pool.
2.0 km from City Center3.4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
2.2 km from City Center4.2 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
The hotel is set close to Flamenco Beach, and boasts a private swimming pool as well as sea views.
1.9 km from City Center4.4 km from Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco)
Offering 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and a kitchenette, this apartment is set 20 minutes’ walk from the city center.
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Beneath the Sea in Isla Culebra
Upon our arrival, and after a night in San Juan, we connected with a público, Puerto Rico’s long-distance taxi services, and made our way to the city of Fajardo, on the island’s eastern coastline – we were headed to a little island 20 miles east – Culebra.
Because of its small size, Isla Culebra has a semi-arid climate, receiving less rain than Puerto Rico’s mainland. This resulted in the perfect environment for sunny-sky, daylong snorkeling expeditions.
As an amateur swimmer, I had never been snorkeling before. You can usually find me riding a ski slope, hiking a ridge, fishing a river, or camping in a national park – not swimming in the the vast depths of the ocean – but I live for a challenge and was elated to take on this new endeavor.
Our first venture: scooter revving, snorkeling gear on our backs, we said “hello” to Playa Resaca. If you’re looking for a strenuous hike, uphill and downhill, and up and down again, through bushes and trees and over a creek, then Playa Resaca is your gal. Without doubt, she is a breathtaking and secluded beach, but with too strong of waves and little shelter from currents, she is not one for swimming or snorkeling. After a short walk, some photos and jaunt up a rocky cove, we proceeded to Playa Carlos Rosario.
Neighboring the island’s most popular beach, Playa Flamenco, Carlos Rosario is a hidden gem. At the back of the Flamenco parking lot there is a chained gate, although it says keep out, it is okay to squeeze through. Just past the gate lies a grassy path. Well-traveled and easy to navigate, it leads to a small cove and vacant Playa Carlos Rosario.
Arriving at the beach, I was eager to get in the water, but timid of the unknown. My companion, a scuba and snorkeling veteran, assured me it would be the easiest swim I’d know and lead the way.
He was right. The fact that one has increased buoyancy in salt water had escaped me, as this was my first time in the calm cays of the Caribbean and the practice differed from swimming at wavy, oceanside beaches. Once I started floating and got the hang of preventing water leaks in my rental tube and goggles, snorkeling was truly relaxing.
The second my head disappeared underwater I was in another world; entranced by the foreign elements I had once only seen through images. There was life everywhere. At first I was hesitant that I would accidently disturb the community I was observing, but I eventually gave in to the ocean’s rhythm and drifted out into deeper water. I was surrounded by a nature that I had never known and couldn’t have been more mesmerized.
We swam out to an area about 12 feet deep, coral all around us, a sandy bottom centered below; I slowly circled around, taking in the every little part about the scene around me. I was charmed by multiple blue parrotfish and bright green wrasse, several species of snapper, damselfish, and angelfish – we even swam alongside a confident lobster and caught glimpse of a shy reef octopus.
Diving down to the bottom of a coral city, my partner peered through windows and doorways, as if he were introducing himself as the new neighbor. A yellowtail snapper quickly welcomed his greeting and remained his friendly sidekick throughout the rest of the day.
Although countless others had snorkeled before me and many would do so after, in a small way, I felt like a pioneer, discovering a new territory with the most spirited ambition.
It was hard to get me out of the water that day. As we began to lose the sun’s spotlight and the water temperature dropped, we finally emerged, with pruned fingers and enlivened souls. Watching the sun set over the cove we discussed our favorite sightings of the day. I could not wait for what tomorrow would teach me.
Day two, sun shining, we decided to cover more ground and set off toward Playa Zoni on the western side of Culebra. Another quiet beach, often our favorites, Playa Zoni sits below a beautiful, north-facing hillside scattered with both modest and handsome homes. A preferred breeding territory for la tortuga, the sea turtle, we were cautious of the zoned boundaries for nesting, as we settled our things under a tree and ran out to the shore.
Producing choppier waves than Rosario, snorkeling at Zoni was a little more demanding, though we quickly began to pilot away from the shoreline and into cliff-like pockets of coral and open chambers of crystal-clear blue water.
I was amazed by the differences between the coral and the wildlife at Rosario and Zoni. The diversity of fish was extensive at Rosario, but the complexity of coral formations and species was far greater at Zoni. Weather and waves had shaped Zoni’s coral into rising walls and a sandy beach covered the ocean floor. Sea fans and brain coral were abundant. Big fish leisurely voyaged alone, while small fish hurried together in large schools. Energized, I playfully swam after a school of bold, purple fish, pretending to commission a game of tag as we darted by one another. The frolic was bliss.
My most enduring memory of Zoni, however, is of neither fish nor coral. It is of the ocean. The infinite, silent, dark blue ocean as the reef ended and the water deepened. Fixated, starring out at that deep blue sea, I felt exposed and all at once empowered by the environment that I was in. A little nervous of what could be beyond my sight, but calmed by the tranquility around me, it was a profound feeling.
Having always been a clumsy swimmer, I am so happy to embrace snorkeling and with so many more beaches to explore and communities to dive into, I am thirsty for my next trip to a cay, reef or cove. I have yet to see a sea turtle in its natural habitat and, snorkel in hand, I am more than ready for that exciting day.
5 exotic beaches where you don’t need a US passport
- Playa Flamenco, Isla Culebra, Puerto Rico
- Playa de Pajaros and Playa Sardinera, Isla de la Mona, Puerto Rico
- Trunk Bay, Saint John, US Virgin Islands
- Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
- Turtle Beach, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
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Playa Flamenco, Isla Culebra, Puerto Rico
Hailed by many as the best beach in the world, Playa Flamenco is located on Culebra Island, east of Puerto Rico, due to its glistening white sand and crescent moon. And, as a community, you can not only get to Flamenco Beach without a passport, but also come here empty-handed. Beach rental stalls are the foundation for the perfect beach day, whether it involves snorkeling, sunbathing, camping or lounging around with a piña colada in hand.
Playa de Pajaros and Playa Sardinera, Isla de la Mona, Puerto Rico
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is surrounded by more than 140 land areas, although only Puerto Rico itself, Vieques and Culebra inhabit. Mona Island and its two most picturesque beaches, Playa de Pajaros and Playa Sardinera, have no permanent residences or tourism infrastructure, but visitors (and campsites) are welcome, though limited to 100 at a time. Playa Uveros, Playa Mujeres and Playa Brava, located on the south side of the seven mile wide island, should also be visited. Cave exploration reveals the secrets of the petroglyphs of the pre-Columbian Tainos on the Mona Islands.
Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Known worldwide as one of the beaches to be on your bucket list St. one of the first snorkeling trails in the Caribbean. The 225 yard snorkel trail takes you from one dive site to another, revealing marine life throughout your swim.
Saint John Island does not have an airport, so getting to its picturesque beaches requires taking a ferry from its larger sister island, Saint Thomas. While this extra effort can be an inconvenience, it is also a blessing for anyone who prefers a more laid back island life,
Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Often referred to as one of the most beautiful beaches on Earth, Magens Bay is surrounded by lush mountains that meet the sand and its blue waters. A family favorite for its lifeguards and east coast accessibility, this St. Thomas beach runs a mile between two land masses that keep Mondo’s waves at bay.
Turtle Beach, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
The silky white shores of Turtle Beach, part of the Buck Island Reef National Monument, are ideal for sunbathing. But it’s exactly what’s underwater that’s the real draw: the snorkeling off Turtle Beach is said to be some of the best in the Caribbean. Buck Island is an island off Sainte Croix, so you will have to raft or rent a boat to get to the uninhabited Buck Island.
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Editor’s note. This article was first published in 2015. It has been updated with the latest information.
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- Playa Paraiso
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- Black Sand Beach
Baia do Sancho
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
“ When you walk along a small path, you don’t know what to expect. Paradise views, similar to a mirage.
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
“ Sparkling white sand and warm gentle waves. The water is of such an amazing color that even the heart starts beating faster. ”
Largo del Sur, Cuba
“ The sand is so fine and soft that it feels like flour. The ocean is amazingly serene. All you need to be happy is a sun lounger and a glass of pina colada.
Spiaggia dei Conigli
Formentera, Sicily Islands
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