Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Founded in 1771, Cabo Rojo got its name from the coastal minerals which make the water look reddish. Relax on the beaches, swim, snorkel, and dive here, or, if you prefer less-strenuous activities, take a boat tour of the nearby islands. Throughout the year, locals organize different festivals, and attending those remains one of the best ways to learn about a new culture and local traditions. If you wish your vacation to be a real adventure, visit all the isolated attractions on a bike, which you can rent almost anywhere. Put Cabo Rojo into our Cabo Rojo vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Queda en el extremo sudeste de Puerto Rico. Fuimos al pueblo, al faro, a la playuela, que es de ensueño, la mas linda de las playas del este, con arena blanca y agua transparente. No tiene kioscos o s... read more »It is at the southeastern end of Puerto Rico. We went to the village, to the lighthouse, playuela, that is a dream, the most beautiful beaches of the East, with white sand and clear water. It has no kiosks or services, the access road is half km from Earth. Not to be missed in the East.show original
We went to Cabo Rojo beach (also called Playa Sucia) after touring the lighthouse that sits on the cliff above. The beach is clean, it's sort of a hidden cove. It's a beautiful beach, blue water, prob... read more »
We've been around most of the island and we're undecided to visit Cabo Rojo or Gilligan's Island. We picked Cabo Rojo and we're very happy with the decision. The views and the beach were very nice. It... read more »
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