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Playa Flamenco / Puerto Rico / USA // World Beach Guide

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Nearest town/city

Culebra

Type of beach

Sand

Activities

  • Diving & snorkelling

Facilities

  • Cafe/restaurant

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Playa Flamenco Weather Info

Current weather (Fri Dec 2nd 18:00)

(Fair)
26°C / 79°F

Sea temperature

27.9°C
82.3°F

Wind ENE
19 mph / 31 km/h
Rain 0.2mm
Sunrise 11:40
Sunset 22:41
Current Playa Flamenco weather

Hourly forecast

14:00

Light rain showers

26°C / 79°F

19 mph
31 km/h

20:00

Clear sky

27°C / 81°F

19 mph
31 km/h

02:00

Fair

26°C / 79°F

18 mph
30 km/h

08:00

Fair

26°C / 79°F

15 mph
25 km/h

Week weather forecast

Fri 02nd

26°C / 79°F

17 mph
27 km/h

Sat 03rd

26°C / 79°F

14 mph
22 km/h

Sun 04th

26°C / 79°F

19 mph
31 km/h

Weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

5 Day Playa Flamenco UV Index

A UV Index reading of 3 or more means some precautions should be taken. For more information visit our guide to the UV Index.

Temperature Averages

Average Water Temp

  • Fri 02/12 »

    Surf report for Fri 02/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    8:00 3ft 6s 14mph
    11:00 3ft 6s 14mph
    14:00 3ft 6s 17mph
    17:00 4ft 6s 18mph
    20:00 4ft 7s 18mph
    Tide times
    High 5:27am (0. 94m)
    Low 11:38am (0.35m)
    High 4:46pm (0.79m)
    Low 11:22pm (0.00m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:14
    Sunrise 06:37
    Sunset 17:43
    Dark 18:07
  • Sat 03/12 »

    Surf report for Sat 03/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 4ft 9s 17mph
    8:00 4ft 9s 17mph
    11:00 4ft 9s 15mph
    14:00 4ft 9s 12mph
    17:00 4ft 9s 13mph
    20:00 4ft 9s 16mph
    Tide times
    High 6:22am (1. 09m)
    Low 12:56pm (0.37m)
    High 5:27pm (0.70m)
    Low 11:57pm (-0.06m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:14
    Sunrise 06:38
    Sunset 17:44
    Dark 18:07
  • Sun 04/12 »

    Surf report for Sun 04/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 5ft 10s 14mph
    8:00 5ft 10s 13mph
    11:00 5ft 10s 14mph
    14:00 5ft 10s 15mph
    17:00 5ft 9s 19mph
    20:00 6ft 9s 20mph
    Tide times
    High 7:09am (1. 20m)
    Low 2:01pm (0.36m)
    High 6:07pm (0.64m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:15
    Sunrise 06:38
    Sunset 17:44
    Dark 18:07
  • Mon 05/12 »

    Surf report for Mon 05/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 6ft 10s 16mph
    8:00 6ft 10s 14mph
    11:00 6ft 11s 13mph
    14:00 6ft 11s 15mph
    17:00 6ft 10s 18mph
    20:00 6ft 9s 22mph
    Tide times
    Low 12:32am (-0. 10m)
    High 7:54am (1.27m)
    Low 2:55pm (0.35m)
    High 6:47pm (0.59m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:15
    Sunrise 06:39
    Sunset 17:44
    Dark 18:07
  • Tue 06/12 »

    Surf report for Tue 06/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 6ft 9s 19mph
    8:00 6ft 9s 18mph
    11:00 5ft 10s 17mph
    14:00 5ft 10s 17mph
    17:00 5ft 9s 18mph
    20:00 5ft 9s 19mph
    Tide times
    Low 1:08am (-0. 12m)
    High 8:35am (1.30m)
    Low 3:43pm (0.35m)
    High 7:27pm (0.56m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:16
    Sunrise 06:40
    Sunset 17:44
    Dark 18:08
  • Wed 07/12 »

    Surf report for Wed 07/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 5ft 9s 17mph
    8:00 5ft 8s 19mph
    11:00 5ft 8s 18mph
    14:00 5ft 9s 16mph
    17:00 5ft 9s 17mph
    20:00 5ft 8s 19mph
    Tide times
    Low 1:43am (-0. 13m)
    High 9:17am (1.31m)
    Low 4:30pm (0.37m)
    High 8:06pm (0.54m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:17
    Sunrise 06:40
    Sunset 17:44
    Dark 18:08
  • Thu 08/12 »

    Surf report for Thu 08/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    5:00 5ft 8s 19mph
    8:00 5ft 8s 18mph
    11:00 5ft 9s 16mph
    14:00 5ft 9s 15mph
    17:00 4ft 9s 14mph
    20:00 4ft 10s 15mph
    Tide times
    Low 2:19am (-0. 12m)
    High 9:58am (1.29m)
    Low 5:19pm (0.38m)
    High 8:45pm (0.53m)
    Daylight
    First light 06:17
    Sunrise 06:41
    Sunset 17:45
    Dark 18:08

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What is the cheapest way to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco?

The cheapest way to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco is to car ferry which costs €4 — €22 and takes 1h 59m.


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The quickest way to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco is to fly which costs €35 — €240 and takes 39 min.


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How far is it from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco?

The distance between Fajardo, Puerto Rico and Playa Flamenco is 33 km.



How long does it take to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco?

It takes approximately 1h 59m to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco, including transfers.


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How long is the flight from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco?

The quickest flight from Roosevelt Roads Airport to Culebra Airport is the direct flight which takes 15 min.


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Which airlines fly from Roosevelt Roads Airport to Culebra Airport?

Vieques Air Link and Air Flamenco offer flights from Roosevelt Roads Airport to Culebra Airport.


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Where can I stay near Playa Flamenco?

There are 33+ hotels available in Playa Flamenco. Prices start at €87 per night.


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The best way to get from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Roosevelt Roads Airport is to taxi which takes 17 min and costs €22 — €27.


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Air Flamenco and Vieques Air Link fly from Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Playa Flamenco every 4 hours.



Air Flamenco

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Ave. Duration

15 min

When

Every day

Estimated price

€1 — €190


Vieques Air Link

Website

viequesairlink.com

Ave. Duration

15 min

When

Every day

Estimated price

€1 — €190


Puerto Rico Ferry

Ave. Duration

1h 30m

Frequency

Every 4 hours


Estimated price

€2 — €18


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€3


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Grace Bay

Grace Bay is located on the island of Providenciales off the Turks and Caicos coast. This place seems too beautiful to be real. Soft white sand and clear sea in stunning shades of blue stretch for eight kilometers, and a coral reef stretches along the entire coast. You can swim in the shallows, or go to the reef to watch the rays, turtles and tropical fish of the Princess Alexandra Marine Park. Several of the island’s most exclusive resorts line the coastline, mingling with a variety of restaurants. Here you can even meet JoJo, a friendly wild dolphin who loves to swim along this chic coastline.

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

Turquoise waters and snow-white sand, lined with causarinas and coconut palms, are the main attractions of this famous beach in the Cayman Islands. Despite the name, the beach measures about six miles. To avoid crowds of tourists from cruise ships, head north. Here you can relax under the palm branches and listen to the soothing rustle of the gentle waves washing the shore. Hotels, resorts and condominiums sit right on the white sands of Seven Mile Beach. After a blissful day at the beach, you can relax in one of the nearby restaurants. Grand Cayman is also known for its excellent diving, where most of the points of interest can be reached directly from the shore.

Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas

As the name suggests, the soft sands along this pretty coastline on Bahamian Harbor Island are a soft, pale pink. This effect is created thanks to the pink crushed shells, from which the beach has been formed over millions of years. Here you can endlessly enjoy swimming in the amazingly clear sea, go kayaking to the reef, or sunbathe on the warm sands of one of the most beautiful places in the world. Several upscale resorts are located right along the coast, offering a comfortable infrastructure for their guests. The hotel offers golf cart rentals, the preferred mode of transport for exploring all the beauties of the island. Pink Sand Beach is considered one of the best beaches in the Bahamas.

Varadero Beach, Cuba

Cuba’s most famous beach, Varadero is 20 kilometers of pure eye candy. This place is known among connoisseurs of beaches around the world. Clean soft sand, a clear sea of ​​a bright blue hue and arches of palm trees at the water’s edge — isn’t this a picture of a real paradise? You will find here many hotels and other accommodation options, because Varadero is one of the most popular destinations in Cuba. More than 50 all-inclusive resorts seduce tourists from all over the world with their package tours, excellent service and luxurious accommodations. All the most popular water sports are available on Varadero Beach. In addition to the sun, sand, and sea, there are a number of other attractions you can explore, including caves, natural parks, and even a dolphinarium.

Trunk Bay, Virgin Islands

The lush forest perfectly accentuates the crescent-shaped line of the striking blue sea. Trunk Bay is one of the favorites in the list of Caribbean resorts, located in the National Park of the Virgin Islands. Off the coast are numerous emerald islets, ideal for diving. Here you can endlessly swim in clear warm waters, watching the carefree life of rare species of fish. Surprisingly, special signs are even installed under water, which make it easy to navigate the features of the coral reef. After a relaxing day at the beach, you can head to the park and explore the remains of the historic sugar plantations. Entertainment here includes a bathhouse, a snack bar, a gift shop, and a scuba equipment rental service. Since this beach is in a national park, visitors must pay an entrance fee.

Shoal Bay, Anguilla

Shoal Bay in Anguilla will help you realize all your tropical fantasies. Curving seductively for over three kilometers along the north coast of Anguilla, this wide stretch of bright white sand and clear jade sea is famous for its fish-rich coral gardens, a fantastic spot for snorkeling. Although one of Anguilla’s most popular beaches, it never seems crowded. Restaurants and hotels line the shores, where you can rent umbrellas and sun loungers during the day, or just lie back in the shade of a coconut tree. Swimming, kayaking, diving and snorkeling are the most popular water sports. It is also a great beach for evening walks.

Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico

One of Puerto Rico’s natural gems is this beautiful Flamenco Beach with dazzling white sand and turquoise clear water. This is a bright embodiment of the dream of a paradise on Earth, where you can spend your dream vacation. Palm trees adjoin directly to a strip of white sand, and numerous tropical fish swim right on the shallows. The clear waters of Flamenco Beach are typically calm, making it a great spot for snorkeling. Kiosks along the beach offer local fresh seafood snacks, as well as chairs and umbrellas for a modest fee. The beach is easily accessible, being the only place on the island where camping is allowed. Thus, Flamenco can be called one of the best Caribbean beaches on this list.

Magens Bay, St. Thomas

Magens Bay is nestled in the green hills surrounding it, sprawling in a U-shape on St. Thomas Island in the Virgin Islands. Its white sands and clear waters create a striking contrast to the lush vegetation that slopes down from the hills. Snorkeling in the clear shallows, fishing and kayaking on calm waves — what else do you need for a paradise trip? It has all the conditions for a first-class holiday with excellent tourist infrastructure. When you get tired of a beach holiday, feel free to go on an excursion to the Natural Reserve. Its many trails lead straight to the top of the hill, then gently descend to the bay, where you can cool off in the cool waters.

Negril Beach, Jamaica

Negril Beach in Jamaica is also known as Seven Mile Beach. It stretches from Blood Bay in the north to Long Bay and Negril Cliffs in the south. Clear turquoise waters, light cream sand, coconut palms and sea grapes provide a haven from the tropical sun. Popular activities include swimming, sunbathing, diving and sightseeing. After a relaxing day at the beach, unwind at one of the resort’s restaurants, sitting under one of the coconut trees along the beach. There are many other attractions around the resort town of Negril, from healing mineral springs to rich wetland forests.

Saline Beach, Saint Barthélemy

For lovers of solitude while traveling, Saline Beach on the island of St. Barthélemy is ideal. Its relaxed island vibe and beautiful beaches are considered the prettiest on the island. Fringing the south coast of St. Barthélemy, this peaceful crescent-shaped cove is in the distance, which only adds to its charm. To get to the beach, you have to walk up the hill through the dunes, but in the end you will be rewarded with heavenly landscapes. Perfectly calm waters and a sandy bottom make Saline Beach a great place to swim, although the surf can be quite rough on a windy day. It is a good idea to bring an umbrella along as well as snacks and water as the beach lacks shade and offers no facilities. Although nudism is officially banned on St. Barthélemy, beachgoers often disregard this rule.

Eagle Beach, Aruba

Surrounded by picturesque Divi Divi trees and coconut palms, Eagle Beach in Aruba is considered one of the best stretches of the island’s coastline. The white sands and clear sea are in harmony with the thatched awnings for vacationers, and the many entertainments will not let you get bored. For a more relaxing holiday, head to the south end of the beach, away from jet skis and noisy rides. At the northern end of the beach are the two iconic Divi Divi trees, which are the most popular spot for photographs by tourists. Turtles nest in season at Eagle Beach, but vacationers are urged to stay away from marked nests.

Bavaro Beach, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic

White sand and greenish-blue waters are the main attractions of this popular beach in the resort town of Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic. It’s no surprise that so many five-star resorts are clustered along the coast, as paradise-seekers flock here from all over the world to bask on the glistening sands. Besides swimming and sunbathing, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy, from scuba diving and kayaking to catamaran trips and parasailing. Nearby are world-class golf courses, Scape Park for sand buggies, cable cars and excursions to the beautiful Hoyo Azul lagoon. If you want a more relaxed pace, head north to the charming fishing village of El Macao.

Grand Anse, Grenada

The most beautiful beach in Grenada, Grand Anse, surrounded by coconut trees, almond trees, and sea grapes, is the most beautiful beach in Grenada. This three-kilometer stretch of soft white sand is lapped by clear, calm waters tinged with turquoise and deep cobalt blue. A popular entertainment is the search for starfish, crabs and tropical fish on the shallows. Water sports equipment rentals are available along the entire beach, including kayaks and catamarans. It is also a popular stop for cruise ships. Gourmet resorts and restaurants line the shore, where tourists can buy souvenirs at the Grand Anse Craft and Spice Market. Numerous souvenir sellers also stroll along the beach.

Crescent Bay, Antigua

On an island with 360 beaches, the competition can be fierce, but when the conditions are perfect, Crescent Bay is the best of them all. This beautiful bay at the southeast end of Antigua is famous for its lush vegetation creating a wild natural atmosphere. Trees give tourists shade even on the hottest days. The reef offshore offers good snorkeling, except on very windy days. At this time, it is better to just go for a walk along the beach. At one end of the deep bay is an abandoned resort enclosure that has become a popular attraction to explore, and a small restaurant serves snacks right next to the beach. In continuation, read about the best beaches in the world in a separate selection.

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Table of contents:

  1. Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
  2. playa Paraiso Beach, Cayo Largo, Cuba
  3. flamenco Beach, Culebra, Puerto Rico
  4. Eagle Beach, Palm, Aruba
  5. beach, Varadero, Cuba
  6. 6 baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
  7. Seven Mile Beach, George Town, Grand Cayman
  8. Bavaro Beach, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  9. Seven Mile Beach, Negril, Jamaica
  10. Maho Beach, Cruz Bay, St. John
  11. shoal Bay Beach, Shoal Bay, Anguilla
  12. Kenepa Beach, Willemstad, Curaçao
  13. Orient Bay Beach, Orient Bay, St. Maarten Beach-St. Martin
  14. Cable

  15. , Nassau, Bahamas
  16. Playa Pilar, Cayo Guillermo, Cuba
  17. Playa Sucia, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
  18. Bay trunk, St. John, US Virgin Islands
  19. Playa Bonita, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic 9007 little Bay Beach, Philipsburg, St.Maarten-St. Martin
  20. Horseshoe Bay Beach, Southampton, Bermuda
  21. Maho Beach, St Maarten St Martin
  22. Sosua Beach, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
  23. Ocho Rios Beach, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
  24. Baby Beach, San Nicolas, ARUBA

1 Grace Bey, Providensiales, Terx and Kaikos


2 Playa Paraiso, Cuban

9000 3 Puerto Rico


4 needles, Palm, ARUBA


5 Varadero Beach, Varadero, Cuba


6 Baths, Verdin-Gord, British Virgin Islands


9000 9000 7 Seven, seven George Town, Big Kaiman


8 Bavaro Beach, Punta Kan, Dominican Republic


9 Seven Mile Beach, Yamaika


10 Mahich, Saint-John


11 Shoal Bay Beach, Bay Bay, Angilya


12 KENEPA-Beach, Villempao, Curasao


13 Orient Bay Beach, Orient-Bay, Sant-Marten-Martin

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14 Cable Beach, Nassau, Bahamasi Islands


15 Playa Pilar, Cayo Guillermo, Cuba


16 Playa Roois, Puerto-riki

9000 3 John, US Virgin Islands


18 Playa Bonita, Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic


19 Little Bay Beach, Philipsburg, ST.

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