Culebra

Flamenco, among the top 25 beaches!

Flamenco beach among the best beaches in the world and the Caribbean.

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An Ocean Paradise

Spending time on the water in Culebra is a must!  The energy of this island is derived from the sea. Exploring the coastline and the water are a very special way to discover the true energy of paradise. You will find white-sand beaches, coral beaches, cays, shallow and deep coral reefs and many rocky points surrounding Culebra.

Flamenco Beach

Among the Top Ten most beautiful beaches in the world, with white sands and calm waters.

Carlos Rosario Beach

One of the best snorkeling spots in Culebra. Pleasant sandy beach surrounded by corals. A 20-minute hike from Flamenco Beach. There are some snorkeling and scuba excursions available.

Resaca Beach

Perfect for hiking, but not recommended for swimming. The trail is very steepand rocky.

Brava Beach

The largest waves in Culebra. A 35 minute hike crossing a natural forest.

Zoni Beach

A great view of the Atlantic Ocean, Cayo Norte, Culebrita and St. Thomas. Perfect for picnicking and reading a book.

Culebrita Cay

Fantasy Island with six beaches and a Light House. Tortuga Beach is the favorite. Access with private boat or water taxi.

Soldados Point Beach

Beautiful coral reefs. Great for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Melones Beach

As part of the Marine Reserve area, features an abundance of marine cactus and two great snorkeling spots.

Tamarindo Beach

Perfect for a secluded picnic, swim, or snorkeling. Is part of the Marine Reserve of Melones Beach.

Luis Peña Cay

Part of the US Fish and Wildlife Refuge. Perfect for snorkeling. Access with private boat or water taxi.

Dakiti Reef

Beautiful reef near Fulladoza and Ensenada Honda Bay. Perfect for kayaking. Access with private boat, water taxi or our kayaks.

Culebra Island Tourist Map

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A World of Activities

Some guests prefer lazy days sleeping in. Others opt for a jam-packed itinerary of fun-under-sun activities. Should you choose the latter, consult our front desk staff to make arrangements for any of the following activities, or before your arrival, contact us thru clubseabourne.com

The Village of Dewey

Culebra has only one town, Dewey, where the daily ferries arrive and depart from the east of the “big island” of Puerto Rico. The town is basically one main street that crosses a bridge, turns a corner and ends at the ferry landing.

Dewey has several gift shops, grocers, hardware store, a half-dozen or so eateries and bars, and an ice cream place. Also in town you'll find a dive shop, two gas stations, a bank w/ATM, the U.S. Post Office, and the Regional PR Tourism Company.

 

The Culebra Museum

Feature old maps and photographs of Culebra, Taino artifacts, traditional canoes made from the zinc plant, and Navy artifacts. It’s located at the site of the first settlement in Culebra, in a 1905-era stone building that once stored ammunitions for the Navy. https://www.facebook.com/groups/museodeculebra/ (Located off Road 250 toward Playa Brava, 787-405- 3768 or 787-742-3832, Thurs.–Sun. 10 a.m.–3 p.m.)


How to get to Culebra?

Air Transportation

  • From the San Juan International Airport Luis Muñoz Marín in Puerto Rico, you can make a connection (with previous reservation) from there or take the 15-minute taxi ride to Regional Isla Grande Airport Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci.
  • From Isla Grande Airport, you can fly to Culebra on one of the many scheduled commuter flights. We suggest that you contact the airline and make reservations in advance. The trip lasts only 30 minutes. 25 pounds of baggage is allowed per passenger.
  • There are also flights from Ceiba (Jose Aponte de la Torre Airport) (Taxi or car rental is recommended to get to Ceiba). The Ceiba flights are only 15 minutes.

We highly suggest to take airline flights to visit Culebra Island.
Regional Airlines Information

Maritime Transportation

There are daily ferries service from Fajardo (located approximately 40 miles southeast of San Juan). This ferry is part of the Puerto Rico Ports Authority and you should call in advance to buy tickets. The ferry is a one and a half-hour ride. Please be at the Fajardo Ferry Station at least one hour before departure to avoid long lines. (Taxi or car rental is recommended to get to Fajardo).

  • Ferry Station at Fajardo: (787) 863-0705
  • Ferry Station at Culebra: (787) 742-3161

Ground Transportation

Getting around Culebra is simple. Public transportation (vans) is inexpensive and routes cover most of the Island. If you prefer to go your own way and to have more flexibility, we recommend renting all-terrain vehicles at Carlos Jeep and Jerry’s Jeep, our trusted vehicle rental services. Another efficient way to get around is by golf cart.