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Lorianne's Guidebook

Lorianne

Lorianne's Guidebook

Food and sight scene
Beautiful calm water beach great for swimming, paddle boarding , kayaking, Jet-skying, running, good family ambiance, boating and has plenty of nice restaurants/bars walking distance.
Beautiful calm water beach great for swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, Jet-skying, running, walking, shopping with a good family vibe, boating and has plenty of nice restaurants/bars that are walking distance. Plenty of local art scene building you’ll love to take pictures of.
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Boquerón
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Beautiful calm water beach great for swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, Jet-skying, running, walking, shopping with a good family vibe, boating and has plenty of nice restaurants/bars that are walking distance. Plenty of local art scene building you’ll love to take pictures of.
Beautiful calm water beach great for swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, Jet-skying, running, walking, shopping with a good family vibe, boating and has plenty of nice restaurants/bars that are walking distance.
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Combate
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Beautiful calm water beach great for swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, Jet-skying, running, walking, shopping with a good family vibe, boating and has plenty of nice restaurants/bars that are walking distance.
Every municipality in Puerto Rico has a plaza, Cabo Rojo’s remains an active, integral part of our community. The Plaza in Cabo Rojo is like an outdoor living room where good friends and families meet. If you are visiting Cabo Rojo from another town, or you’re a tourist on vacation, we invite you to come to the Plaza. Visit the historic catholic church. Have lunch at one of the surrounding restaurants and cafes. Go shopping – Our local businesses are a backbone to the town of Cabo Rojo. Around the plaza you can shop for clothes, souvenirs, natural stores, pharmacies and unique shops you won’t find at malls.
Plaza Pública de Cabo Rojo
Every municipality in Puerto Rico has a plaza, Cabo Rojo’s remains an active, integral part of our community. The Plaza in Cabo Rojo is like an outdoor living room where good friends and families meet. If you are visiting Cabo Rojo from another town, or you’re a tourist on vacation, we invite you to come to the Plaza. Visit the historic catholic church. Have lunch at one of the surrounding restaurants and cafes. Go shopping – Our local businesses are a backbone to the town of Cabo Rojo. Around the plaza you can shop for clothes, souvenirs, natural stores, pharmacies and unique shops you won’t find at malls.
Joyuda is a quiet coastal fishing village in western Puerto Rico, located between the cities of Mayagüez and Cabo Rojo, known for its seafood and snorkeling and seafood restaurants.
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Joyuda
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Joyuda is a quiet coastal fishing village in western Puerto Rico, located between the cities of Mayagüez and Cabo Rojo, known for its seafood and snorkeling and seafood restaurants.
Sightseeing
This National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1974, comprises 1,856 acres of lagoons, salt marshes, seagrass beds, mangrove forest, xeric forest, coral reefs and uplands. The name Cabo Rojo, or red cape, is derived from the rust-red limestone cliffs that overlook the white beaches and clear, calm waters of The Bay (By the light house) Located in the southwest corner of Puerto Rico, these coastal ecosystems provide important habitat for native shorebirds and for migratory birds traveling along the Atlantic flyway.
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Salt Flats of Cabo Rojo
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This National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1974, comprises 1,856 acres of lagoons, salt marshes, seagrass beds, mangrove forest, xeric forest, coral reefs and uplands. The name Cabo Rojo, or red cape, is derived from the rust-red limestone cliffs that overlook the white beaches and clear, calm waters of The Bay (By the light house) Located in the southwest corner of Puerto Rico, these coastal ecosystems provide important habitat for native shorebirds and for migratory birds traveling along the Atlantic flyway.
Located on top of 200-foot limestone cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse marks the south-west tip of Puerto Rico. Built in 1881 by the Spanish government, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse (Faro Los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo and know locally as El Faro) . The Cabo Rojo Lighthouse has been renovated/restored over the years. It is still operational and helps ships navigate safely through the Mona Passage from the Caribbean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
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Faro Los Morrillos, Cabo Rojo
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Located on top of 200-foot limestone cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse marks the south-west tip of Puerto Rico. Built in 1881 by the Spanish government, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse (Faro Los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo and know locally as El Faro) . The Cabo Rojo Lighthouse has been renovated/restored over the years. It is still operational and helps ships navigate safely through the Mona Passage from the Caribbean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
La Playuela, commonly known as Playa Sucia, (Which is anything but sucia) is a true Caribbean all-inclusive beach for nature lovers, located on the amazing beach town of Cabo Rojo. Dramatic scenery, gorgeous water colors, natural bridges, unmatched Caribbean views, sights of the most attractive lighthouse on the island, hidden caves, private beach coves to explore, dramatic limestone cliffs, bird watching, hiking scenic trails and more await on this spectacular location. Make sure you bring water and snacks since there’s no places near but to shop. There’s plenty of trees for shadow spotting by the crystal clear waters. Depending on the season, the water can get a little choppy so just be aware of this. It is usually calm and perfect.
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Playa Sucia
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La Playuela, commonly known as Playa Sucia, (Which is anything but sucia) is a true Caribbean all-inclusive beach for nature lovers, located on the amazing beach town of Cabo Rojo. Dramatic scenery, gorgeous water colors, natural bridges, unmatched Caribbean views, sights of the most attractive lighthouse on the island, hidden caves, private beach coves to explore, dramatic limestone cliffs, bird watching, hiking scenic trails and more await on this spectacular location. Make sure you bring water and snacks since there’s no places near but to shop. There’s plenty of trees for shadow spotting by the crystal clear waters. Depending on the season, the water can get a little choppy so just be aware of this. It is usually calm and perfect.
Fishing, food and scenery
Isla Ratones (real name is Isla Piñero) is a tiny island (about 1 acre total), located about ¼ mile off the west coast of Joyuda in Cabo Rojo, in the south-west part of Puerto Rico. You can only get there by boat, kayak or paddle board with the right security standards. The island is managed by the DRNA (Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambientales). It has a boat dock, a white sand beach, a roped-off swimming area, some roofed picnic pavilions with BBQ pits (bring charcoal), fresh water showers, and a restroom (bring some TP). The boat dock and the swimming beach are on the south side of the island. The "best" snorkeling area is off the beach. On the north side of the island, the DRNA and some environmental groups have planted mangroves and installed some artificial reefs in an attempt to protect the island. The center of the island has trees that provide shade.
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Isla de Ratones
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Isla Ratones (real name is Isla Piñero) is a tiny island (about 1 acre total), located about ¼ mile off the west coast of Joyuda in Cabo Rojo, in the south-west part of Puerto Rico. You can only get there by boat, kayak or paddle board with the right security standards. The island is managed by the DRNA (Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambientales). It has a boat dock, a white sand beach, a roped-off swimming area, some roofed picnic pavilions with BBQ pits (bring charcoal), fresh water showers, and a restroom (bring some TP). The boat dock and the swimming beach are on the south side of the island. The "best" snorkeling area is off the beach. On the north side of the island, the DRNA and some environmental groups have planted mangroves and installed some artificial reefs in an attempt to protect the island. The center of the island has trees that provide shade.