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Playa El Combate

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Playa El Combate

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Pr-3301, Boqueron, Cabo Rojo 00622 Puerto Rico
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macolonmd wrote a review Feb 2021
25 contributions5 helpful votes
Combate beach is one of the best 5 beaches in all of P.R. The clear and calm waters make it an ideal place to relax. The west coast has Playa Sucia, Combate beach and Buye beach that make a fantastic trio.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Renaldo y Lymar... S wrote a review Dec 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
NEVER COME TO THIS PLACE! They charge you extra fees for everything!!! Never had this bad experience before!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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toriadori wrote a review Feb 2020
Boqueron, Puerto Rico103 contributions40 helpful votes
If this was closer to my house, I would go here every day because I like to jog in the ocean as part of my spinal-care. Instead, I get here maybe 3-5 times a month. Once, I got here and there was a ton of traffic for some water-toy event. so i wound up on the "north" side of the main strip and that was nice too. More popular with locals I think, as it is right in a more residential neighborhood. That beach is much shallower than the one on the "south" side of the strip, near Annies. The bathrooms there are closed but its not far into the bar area or you can go to a commercial park/parking lot where i think it's 50c to use the restroom.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Christopher J wrote a review Feb 2020
Palmyra, New Jersey32 contributions9 helpful votes
We loved the beach. Parking can be a hassle. I suggest turning down on left side of the road towards the beach where the camp ground is located. Walk behind the Large condo and it goes straight to the beach. Just follow the locals. Combate Beach has plenty of little places to get something to eat and drink. Rent jet skis whatever you want to do. Bring an umbrella for the beach. Put it in the sand in about 3 foot of water. Then chill out have a cervesa and enjoy life.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dayna wrote a review Jan 2020
165 contributions46 helpful votes
Hands down because of how perpendicular the beach is to the west. Bring your camera or just be in the moment as you see the bright big sun sink into the horizon. A very long walkable beach that eventually hits the southern most point and becomes Playa Salinas. Enter Combate from the beach resort or from the little town with a few restaurants and shops. I previously came about 8-10 years ago and it was more bustling than this time, probably because Hurricane Maria and the earthquakes have resulted in less tourism. Still a timeless, stunning sunset
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Date of experience: January 2020
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