What To Do in Culebra
In Puerto Rico, there is lots to do, but the first things that your going to want to do is RELAX. Our villas are situated in some of the most peaceful and tranquil areas on the island. Now, once your relaxed and energized, your gonna want something to do and in Culebra, Fajardo and Old San Juan, there's lots to do!
First and fore-most are the Beaches!
Flamenco, Culebrita, Malena, Punta Solado and Sardinas are just some of the many pristine beaches on this beautiful island. Flamenco Beach is the beach that was called by Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the "Best Secret Islands on Earth" and it will not disappoint you. Soldado Beach is a great snorkeling beach along with Sardinas beach which is also a great place to see the fish!
Walk steps to the most beautiful sand and warm clear blue water as many times per day as you want. Sit by the water. Take a dip, sunbathe. Walk back to your villa and take a nap. Sit on the balcony, look at the water, have a snack and a drink. Grab your snorkeling gear and walk to great underwater fish and coral. Go fishing. At night walk on the beach and enjoy the spectacular star filled skies.
Whether you like being on the water or below it, there's lots to do. Our island is one the most loved and cherish places to enjoy your favorite water sport.
Flamenco Air (787) 724-1818. (787)724-6464, (787) 808-8256
Vieques Air 787-741-8331 Link 1-888-901-9247
Isla Nena (787) 741-1577 (787) 742-0972
Passenger Boat Schedule Monday through Sunday
Fajardo to Culebra 9:00am, 3:00pm & 7:00pm
Culebra to Fajardo 6:30am, 1:00pm & 5:00pm
Fontanez (787) 590-1375
Kiko’s Transp. (787) 648-5863
Willie Solís (787) 449-0580
Miguelito (787) 473-2594
Pelegrina (787) 374-1122
Taxi ServicesSan Juan to Fajardo & back
Cambalache (787) 378-2940
Manny (787) 315-8716
Cargo Ferry Schedule Monday - Friday
Cargo Ferry Schedule
Monday - Friday
Culebra to Fajardo
7:00AM & 6:00PM
Fajardo to Culebra
Wednesday & Friday additional
Fajardo to Culebra
Culebra to Fajardo
For reservations call Marine Transportation
Carlos Jeep (787)742-3514
Jerrys ‘ (787)742-0587
Scooter rental (787)742-0195
Dick & Cathy (787) 742-0062
Culebra Bikes (787) 742-2209
“Do I get wet or do I stay dry”
That is the toughest decision in Culebra. Or maybe which beach to go.Believe it or not this is where almost no one gets’ to see them all. Maybe there is too many. Some by water some by land. Beaches change daily. You can always find a good beach in Culebra. If the wind is coming from the north and you like quiet waters go to the other side beaches.The other factor outside beauty that you don’t find is the fantastic water temperature. You can stay in the water for hours. Swimming, relaxing, talking to your friends or having a drink. Enjoy!
1- Flamenco Beach- “Caribbean’ most perfect swath of sand”. Travel and Leisure magazine; Worlds’ Best Secret Islands article (2010).
2 & 3- Resaca and Brava- The turtle beaches. The leatherback (worlds’ largest sea turtle) egg laying sandy beaches. If you see them ( a Volkswagen ) coming out of the water to lay their eggs its’ something you will never ever forget!
4- Zoni Beach- On the other side of the island. Your longest drive or bicycle ride (tough). The views toward Cayo Norte, Culebrita and the US and British Virgin
Islands from the top of the mountain are spectacular.
5-Playa Manzanilla- the clearest pond in Culebra. Almost no one knows how to get there. If you are curious I can try to explain.
7- Malena- On the opposite side of Soldado. Here is where the “gata sharks” (they only eat crustaceans) breed. There have been no shark attacks reported in Puerto Rico in over 20-30 years.
8- Soldado- Secluded, beautiful waters for snorkeling.
9- Playa Linda- local beach. You are welcome
10-Melones- Close to town. The Natinal Marine Water Reserve starts here and goes northwest. Beautiful water. Has picnic tables.
11-Tamarindo. Some topless people like the north corner
12- Carlos Rosario- Beautiful clear green waters. Twenty minute walk up and down from Flamenco. Take a sandwich and water (beer, wine). Snorkle out of
the pond into the marine reserve. The brain corals are 3’ in diameter. The fan corals are 4’high. Watch for the orange ones, they are fire coral.
By water only:
13 to16 -Cayo Luis Pena – has 4 beaches. My favorite beach in Culebra with the most beautiful colored clear blue water is the one on the north. The one on the west has great snorkeling right from the sand.
17 to 19- Culebrita- the Cayo with the last man operated lighthouse in the US. To many the north beach is the most beautiful in Culebra. Perfect for boaters. The
southwest beach under the lighthouse is very nice.
I am missing a few little ones. That covers most of the ones by land.
CULEBRA VACATIONS & MORE
#73 CONDADO AVE. SAN JUAN, PR 00907 TEL. 787-397-4974
Restaurants (Open sometimes closed others)
Bahia Marina (787)742 0535- good
Barbara Rosa (787)397 1923- fish & chips
Club Seabourne (787)742 3169- tablecloth
Dinghy Dock (787)742 0233- by the water
El Batey (787)742 3828- good Burguers, great fries
El Caobo (787)742 0505- typical
El Eden (787)742 0509- Deli, very good
For fresh fish (540)819-4384- Sebastian and Amanda
Heathers (Pizzeria) (787)742 3175- Soul of the town.Must go! Just remodelled
Juanita Bananas (787)742 3171
La Pista Great local lunch. Rice and beans.
Mamacitas (787)742 0322- always good, Sat. Congas
Ocean View (787)340 7058
Panaderia El Patio (787)742 0374
Pandeli (787)742 0296 bakery and breakfast
The Spot (787)742 0203- too good
Wai Nam (Chinese) (787)742 0060
-*Call to check for opening hours