Culebra Island Puerto Rico

Flamenco Beach Culebra Puerto Rico

  Located 18 miles east of mainland Puerto Rico, Culebra Island is the epitome of a tropical paradise. Unlike many other Caribbean destinations, the island has no high rise hotels, casinos, or chain restaurants. Instead, the greatest attractions of the island are ones that nature created. With an area of roughly 25 square miles, Culebra has numerous natural areas and pristine locations to explore. A large portion of the island is a natural refuge, originally protected by Theodore Roosevelt in 1909 a nd now administered by the U.S. Fish and…

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Five reasons to visit Culebra

Flamenco Beach

Culebra – An island of sun, sand, sea…and turtles. Lots and lots of turtles Located around 18 miles east of the Puerto Rican mainland, the island of Culebra is seven miles long and 3 miles wide, inhabited by almost 2,000 people. It’s often described as being sleepy, with not much going on. But that’s far from the case! If you are in Puerto Rico for any length of time you should definitely set a day aside and pay it a visit. Here are five reasons to visit Culebra from the…

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