PR-458, Aguadilla Pueblo, Aguadilla 00603, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 458 Aguadilla Pueblo PR
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Philip Siong said 4 years ago
This is a very popular beach in this part of the island. I had friends here from Atlanta with a tour group. Go out to the jetty and take photos of the beach and the lush vegetation behind. Stay for the beautiful sunset.
Jose Soto said 4 years ago
Nice beach with beautiful clear water. This beach has many street food vendor's. Enjoy some good Puerto Rican food and head back to the warm ocean water. Great place to relax and enjoy the beach.
Michael Ziemelis said 4 years ago
Great clean beach with a decent amount of parking. It can still be a challenge if super busy. The piers are awesome to jump off into the ocean. Bring goggles or snorkel to see the cool fish swimming amongst the pylons - lots of sergeant major fish and bar jack fish swimming around.
Kayla Perina said 4 years ago
Beautiful beach, very clean, loved all the vendors there with food. There was alsp a bathroom so I had a place to change. Can't wait to go back next time I visit Puerto Rico
Wai Man Wong said 4 years ago
Small but good. Jump off the pier. Good food trucks (street fair).
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