The island of Culebra, (English: Snake), is a small island off the east coast of Puerto Rico. It is only 10 kilometers long and three kilometers wide and has a population only of about 2200 inhabitants. But it doesn’t prohibit the island to be one of the most known touristic locations. People from all over the world come here to enjoy Culebra snorkeling.
Culebra is celebrated for its beauty, nature, and history. It is located in Puerto Rico’s Bay of Fajardo with coral reefs extending out from the island on either side.
There are several small beaches on the east side of Culebra that are popular tourist spots, the most known is Flamenco Beach snorkeling.
Top 5 Culebra Beaches
Culebra offers miles of beaches and coves, excellent snorkeling, fishing, and diving opportunities, and many other attractions.
The sand of Culebra beach is very fine and soft. It is not as coarse as some other beaches in the Caribbean. The water at Culebra Beach is usually calm and clear, but there are times when it can get rough during high tide. The water at this beach ranges from warm to cold based on the time of year and weather conditions.
1) The sand at Culebra Beach is fine and soft like sugar
2) Culebra Beach has a coral reef unlike any other in the Caribbean
3) The water at Culebra Beach can be calm or rough depending on the time of year and weather conditions. It is really …