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The wave beach is a must see in this awesome area of Puerto Rico.
If you go on the weekend the beach is pack with both visitors and locals if you go on the weekday , you have almost the entire beach to yourself. Giant...More
If I could stay in this for ever I would. Best beach on the island. There is paid parking and before Hurricane Maria there was plenty of food around I didn’t see much this time around. Clear waters and nice views !
This beach is very beautiful and there’s food trucks around. The parking is $4 for the whole day. There’s a mountain next to the beach and you could climb it and enjoy the breathtaking views. Definitely recommend this beach. It is not your regular tourist...More
Grew up in this Beach! All my summers was this beach for like 3 months! has change a lot, but still the best sandy and clear water to swim and relax! great food trucks area, has an area with showers so you dont leave salty!...More
This is a must visit beach! It has two beaches in one. The little one is called Mar Muerto or Dead Sea. The water here is warm and calm. The other side may have little waves, but most of the year is calm and nice...More
Well how can I explain it was after Hurricane Irma came to Puerto Rico we were helping our family in Vega Baja, then some Youngsters broke our rental car window and stole our wallets our bags and money and some other stuff from the car....More
I love taking my family to this beach. Not only because it's in my home town, but because they're two sides to the beach. The main beach, then a smaller side with more calm with less waves that makes it easier to watch the children....More
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All depends on the wind and tide times. We visited at a time of calm and the waves were barely showing over the rocks and not often at that. I recommend checking the tide charts for high tide times and then hope for a... More
All depends on the wind and tide times. We visited at a time of calm and the waves were barely showing over the rocks and not often at that. I recommend checking the tide charts for high tide times and then hope for a stiff breeze to match the tide. Hope this helps.