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El Combate Beach Puerto Rico
Combate Beach was one of my favorite stops in Puerto Rico. It wasn’t on our Roadtrippers itinerary, but my parents were excited to take us there. It is a beautiful beach and quickly became one of my favorite when I saw how quiet it was. It even has shady spots to hang out in when you’re getting too hot.
In fact, we went there twice during our last Puerto Rico trip; once before I broke my ankle, and once after! Though I must admit, the time before I broke my ankle was the best of the two. It was rough crutching through the sand. But, aside from that, both visits to this beach were nice.
The water was calm at this beach which was great for my son and I to snorkel around looking for fish and shells. We didn’t really find any but we sure had a good time trying.
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About El Combate Beach Puerto Rico
El Combate Beach is popular among divers and younger crowds due to its sparkling waters, large-scale reefs and pristine shores.
It is one of the best places to enjoy the sunset in Puerto Rico.
Combate Beach is part of the Boqueron National State Forest in Cabo Rojo and is considered one of the best 5 beaches in all of Puerto Rico.
This family-friendly beach faces the Caribbean Sean and caters to all ages.
The beach is always free to visit and is open 24/7. Playa El Combate is located at PR-3301, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico.
We stayed at the beach for a few hours, both times. We even brought the pup along the second time! Both stops at this beach were great.
I would definitely recommend visiting Combate Beach if you are visiting Cabo Rojo at some point. It’s a great beach to sit back and relax while enjoying an amazing day in the sun.
Have you been there? I’d love to hear what you thought of it. What was your favorite part of the whole experience?
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In the meantime, safe travels!
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