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A bit rougher but a nice beach, particularly if you are into beach combing. You can find shells and sea glass...particularly after a storm. So much different from the south side beaches...even the color of the water is different. Not the best for swimming.
I love this beach, it's often too wavy to swim in, but it's great for a walk up and down it, while the waves come crashing in. If you are a good climber you can go over some rocks at one end and it will...More
Great sea glass hunting and very remote. Many colors of blue and green water splash onto the shoreline. A definite must if you are adventurous enough to make it to this enchanted isle. More development on the island is becoming evident with the W hotel...More
You travel a long way to get to Vieques, a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico from the U.S., and what you find is a trip back in time. It is like what Costa Rica and Mexico were like 20-30 years ago. No...More
Forget "Beach Glass Beach". This was a goldmine of glass booty! It's a bit rocky & shallow for a swimming beach, but if you're looking for somewhere to collect your souvenir treasures, here's your beach! Steps from the ancient ceiba tree, this should definitely be...More
We stayed in a house that was to the left of this beach. We could climb over a few rocks and walk a little and we were here. The locals use this beach and there were a few small kids that were playing there with...More
Our innkeeper J told us about this beach because of my friend Sue, who's a big sea glass fan. We found it at the end of a residential road, down some concrete steps. Not great for swimming due to the rocks right at the edge...More