The beach landscapes of Latin America are famous throughout the world. There are many beaches that look just like sharp, bright and colorful postcards. But how can we decide where to stop with so many miles and miles of coastlines to choose from? Do we choose places that resemble a haven of peace, or just go for shores bursting with explosive fun and parties? Nativo Crafts has made this selection that will impress you with extraordinary beauty and set the scenery for you to get an attractive suntan.
5 magical beaches in Latin America
Los Roques, Venezuela
Located in the Caribbean Sea, this archipelago is a source of Venezuelan pride, accustomed to being recognized as having a heritage of beautiful beaches. This paradise of crystal clear waters and white sands is just a 40-minute plane flight from Caracas. An aerial view allows us to enjoy the varied range of blue tonalities of its waters. Gran Roque, the archipelago’s Main Island, is a great surprise, its sea breeze, and peaceful waters make a delightful musical thread for a relaxing yet stimulating holiday. The island is also a place to enjoy delicious cuisine, where Lobster becomes the queen of the table.
The Riviera Maya, Mexico
The Riviera Maya is the gateway to Mexican culture with its ethnic scenery. It is considered one of the best tourist destinations in the world due to the combination of rich history and modernity that fascinates visitors looking for more. It offers interesting Mayan archeological sites, huge shopping malls, exciting nightlife and lush flora and fauna, to which no picture gives credit. Visit the Riviera Maya, a wonderful experience that has it all!
Santa Marta, Colombia
One of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Pearl of America is just one among many beaches on the Colombian coast. Located at the foot of the magnificent Sierra Nevada, Santa Marta is best known as the oldest city in Colombia and as one of the most romantic destinations in the Caribbean. The city offers a perfect combination of relaxing and nightlife for the most versatile travelers. To take advantage of the trip take the time to visit other nearby small havens… On the other side of the map, a part of the Pacific awaits for you.
Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico
Choosing a beach in Puerto Rico is quite a challenge. This country has special places along every inch of its boundaries, but in Isla Culebra, there is a place that stands out: Flamenco Beach. Flanked by mountains, palm trees and coral reefs, its generous white sands and calm turquoise waters bring about the possibility to log out from the world, even during the busiest weekends. Isla Culebra is considered one of the best thirty secret Islands in the world and has all the basic facilities that tourists are looking for -safety, camping area, and bathrooms-. The secret is out… Go! Explore!
Brazil, the giant of the Continent is always on the list of Latin America’s wonders. One of such wonders is none other than the world’s most famous urban beach: “Copa… Copacabana” – Yes, we admit it, we’re singing the song -. Copacabana, in Quechua, means ‘blue view’. The waterfront is set in front of luxurious buildings, the green “Morros” and the distinctive wavy sidewalks; making the beach recognizable even to those who still haven’t had the chance to visit it. Definitely, Copacabana is a must see tourist attraction… As if they had to force us to go to the beach!
Certainly, Latin America has thousands of beaches to enjoy! Help us add to this list. Tell us your experience and suggest new places!