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Secluded beach + cliff views

The beach is secluded, but was filled with seaweed so we didn't stay on the beach long. Instead, we... read more

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Beautiful!

There aren't many trees since Maria hit. Didn't matter to us, we brought a little tent for shade... read more

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Reviewed June 9, 2017

Navio beach is beautiful! White sand, clear blue water. It's ringed on both sides by cliffs, so there only really one way to get there by land, and that's on a very rutted, very rugged dirt road, on which only SUVs, Jeeps and pickups should really attempt to drive. This, however, also means it's rarely what one could call crowded. Navio beach is also one of the better beaches on the island to boogieboard or body surf at, as the waves here are a bit bigger/better than most of the non/rocky beaches on the island.

If you have the right vehicle, or can go by boat, don't miss Navio beach!

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed May 21, 2017

This is a MUST Go when on the island, It is just perfect , one other couple on entire beautiful beach,, white sands , beautiful blue water, Bring you camera you will love what you see.

Date of experience: May 2017
1  Thank ltisdall
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Reviewed April 5, 2017

Overall: This is a beautiful beach that we basically had to ourselves. Worth making it a destination.

Access: This is one of those Vieques beaches that is fairly remote, accessible only by a poorly-maintained gravel/sand road through the woods. We did it in a minivan so you certainly don't always need a Jeep to get there, but I would be a little wary in a small sedan.

Cave: A little overblown; it's something you can walk in and take pictures of, but it's just a single cut-out in the rock on the left side of the beach. There are rock formations on both sides, and even a *small* reef on the right side (if facing the ocean) but don't get too excited about a seaside cave complex.

Beach: Beautiful white sand beach, crystal clear water with a sandy bottom in the bay. The waves were not intimidating but on the right hand side they were big enough and broke right to body surf in, which is what made this my favorite beach of the island.

Other beaches were pretty and secluded, but this one had a couple of "activities" that the others don't offer. So all in all it's worth the drive past Sun Bay to get this one.

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed April 3, 2017

Getting here is fun, and if driving in on the road you will need a jeep for sure. This beach ,as are many beaches in vieques, is beautiful. There is a cave that you can sometimes see wildlife. The surf is strong at Navio beach.

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed March 6, 2017

This is a neat beach, it's a little remote, you probably want to have a 4x4 to get here but, it's worth it. There's a cool little cave on the East end of the beach and some underwater caves around the point further to the East (a cool snorkeling /shore dive spot) Like all remote beaches: watch your gear, I had some flip-flops stolen here that I left under the back of our Jeep. Zappos takes at least 7 days to get you new shoes on Vieques FYI.

Date of experience: February 2017
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