Beaches of Aguadilla: Shacks Beach

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Dress: Floerns
Hat: Cuban
Sunglasses: Electroshock 

I am always looking for places that are off the beaten path. Shacks Beach is one of Puerto Rico’s best-kept secrets. Not everyone knows about this beach, hidden behind some resorts and private houses is a  secluded option for beach lovers. And ironically really easy to find.

Shacks is an area that draws visitors to enjoy surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, snorkeling, scuba, swimming, horseback riding, and beach walking. The “Blue Hole” coral reef is as stunning when seen from your deck as while you are snorkeling or diving deep within. The snorkeling is amazing and you get a private beach vibe. Located between Aguadilla and Isabela. Perfect for a nice day on the beach

xoxo
Patinka

Zawsze szukam miejsc poza utartymi ścieżkami. Plaża Shacks to jeden z najlepiej strzeżonych sekretów Puerto Rico. Nie wszyscy wiedzą o tej plaży, ukryta za  kurortami i prywatnymi domami to zaciszna opcja dla miłośników plaży. Wcale nie tak trudna do odnalezienia.

Shacks to obszar, który przyciąga turystów do surfowania, windsurfingu, kiteboardingu, nurkowania, pływania, jazdy konnej i spacerów po plaży. Rafa koralowa „Blue Hole” jest równie oszałamiająca, gdy patrzy się na nią z góry, jak podczas nurkowania. Snorekling i sporty wodne są tu  niesamowite i masz atmosferę prywatnej plaży. Znajduje się między Aguadilla i Isabela. Idealna  na miły dzień na plaży

buziaki
Patinka

 

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