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  1. Wilderness

    Waves break left and right. The bottom is rocks. It’s a good beach for all levels of surfers, except during a large swell, in which case it could be dangerous for beginners.

    Aguadilla

  2. Bridges

    Waves break to the right and the bottom is rock and coral reefs. Good for all levels of surfers.

    Aguadilla

  3. Las Ruinas

    Waves break left and right. The bottom is rocks. It’s a good beach for all levels of surfers, except during a large swell, in which case it could be dangerous for beginners.

    Aguadilla

  4. Jobos

    Located on the northwest corner of Puerto Rico, Jobos has a bit of everything: rugged fossilized sand dunes, a beautiful beach for the non-surfers, and some tasty local eateries. It also has some of the island’s most consistent waves and a surfing experience that can be enjoyed by surfers of all levels. Waves break to the right and the bottom is coral reefs. Good for all levels of surfers.

    Isabela

  5. Shacks

    Waves break mostly to the right. It's recommended for intermediate or professional level surfers.

    Isabela

  6. Aviones

    Waves break left and right. All year is a good season.

    Loíza

  7. La Pared

    Waves break left and right.

    Luquillo

  8. Los Tubos

    Waves break left and right. The bottom is made of coral reefs. It’s recommended for intermediate to professional surfers.

    Manatí

  9. Inches

    Waves break to the left. The summer is the best time to surf here. This beach is safe for all levels of surfers.

    Patillas

  10. Fiji

    It only breaks to the left. The bottom is coral reefs. Recommended for the most experienced surfers.

    San Juan

  11. La Ocho

    Waves break left and right. This beach can be surfed by all levels of surfers. The bottom is coral reefs.

    San Juan

  12. Marías

    Waves break to the left and the bottom is rocks and coral reefs. Recommended for intermediate-level surfers.

    Rincón

  13. Steps

    With its short flight of concrete steps right on the beach and leading nowhere, Steps is an unmistakable fixture in the surf capital of Rincón. Steps and Tres Palmas go hand in hand, and is usually where experiences surfers go to hunt for big waves.

    Rincón

  14. Crash Boat

    Aguadilla’s most famous beach attracts surfers, bathers, and families alike. The beach was originally intended to serve as a dock, but that didn’t quite work out. Instead, the pier and nature combined to create a fun surf spot for all experience levels.

    Aguadilla

  15. Middles

    Another favorite among experienced surfers and pros, this was the main beach for the 2010 Rip Curl Pro Search, which brought some of the planet’s best surfers to Puerto Rico’s west coast. With its cinema-quality deep barrels, it’s not hard to see why.

    Isabela

  16. Domes

    One of the most popular surfing beaches in Puerto Rico, Domes is named for the massive dome that perches over the coast at its northern end. A remnant of a nuclear reactor built in the 1960s (don’t worry, the nuclear waste is long gone), the giant dome, together with the Rincón Lighthouse, make this one of the more scenic beaches on the island.

    Rincón

  17. Gas Chambers

    Aguadilla



Surfing Rentals and Lessons
  1. Aquatica Dive & Surf

    Aguadilla

    Website (787) 890-6071
  2. Surf Lessons PR

    Rincón

    Website (787) 617-4731
  3. WOW Surfing School

    San Juan

    Website (787) 955-6059
  4. Atlantic Surf & Bodyboarding School

    Arecibo

    Website (787) 619-4038
  5. Pine Grove Surf Club

    San Juan, Carolina

    Website 787-361-5531
  6. Surfing Puerto Rico

    Luquillo

    Website 787 501 7873
  7. Puerto Rico Surf Academy

    Condado, San Juan

    Website (787) 671-0084 / (787) 642-9100 / prsurfacademy@gmail.com

The trade winds of the Atlantic Ocean, waves, and warm water combine to offer ideal conditions for kiteboarding, a fast-growing sport that has taken firm root on the island. Head to the beaches of Ocean Park and Isla Verde, the kiteboarding hotspots of Puerto Rico, where you’ll find instruction and equipment rentals and sales.

Kiteboarding Beaches

  1. Isla Verde Beach

    The Atlantic Ocean breeze and surf make this a popular beach for surfing and kiteboarding in particular. In fact, you can even enjoy a free kiteboarding lesson here on weekend mornings, courtesy of 15 Knots, which runs Puerto Rico’s leading kiteboarding school.

    Carolina

  2. Ocean Park & Punta Las Marías

    Ask anyone in San Juan to take you to the best surfing beach in the city, and you’ll likely end up in Ocean Park. This beach has also become a popular kiteboarding and windsurfing destination, with schools and rentals available nearby.

    San Juan

  3. Dorado Beach Resort

    Kiteboarding lessons and rentals available from Kitesurf PR.

    Dorado

  4. Pozuelo

    A kiteboarding spot highly recommended by locals, although just for freeriding. There are no rentals or lessons available.

    Guayama

  5. La Parguera

    Fly over the calm, clear waters of La Parguera’s mangrove bays.

    Lajas



  6. Kiteboarding Rentals and Lessons

    1. 15 Knots Kiteboarding School

      Isla Verde

      Website (787) 215-5667

Paddleboarding is probably the fastest-growing aquatic sport in Puerto Rico. There are many ideal spots around the island, all of which offer lessons and rentals.

Top Paddleboarding Spots

  1. Isla Verde Beach

    The Atlantic Ocean breeze and surf make this a popular beach for surfing and kiteboarding in particular. In fact, you can even enjoy a free kiteboarding lesson here on weekend mornings, courtesy of 15 Knots, which runs Puerto Rico’s leading kiteboarding school.

    Carolina

  2. Pozuelo

    A kiteboarding spot highly recommended by locals, although just for freeriding. There are no rentals or lessons available.

    Guayama

  3. Arecibo Lighthouse Beach

    A calm beach next to the Arecibo Lighthouse Park.

    Arecibo

  4. Condado Lagoon

    Runs along the Condado district and is a very popular spot for many water sports.

    San Juan

  5. Villa Cofresí Beach

    Located behind Villa Cofresí Hotel, this beach offer different water sports services.

    Rincón

  6. Crash Boat

    Aguadilla’s most famous beach attracts surfers, bathers, and families alike. The beach was originally intended to serve as a dock, but that didn’t quite work out. Instead, the pier and nature combined to create a fun surf spot for all experience levels.

    Aguadilla



  7. Paddleboarding Rentals and Lessons

    1. WOW Surfing School

      San Juan

      Website (787) 955-6059
    2. Vela Uno/SUP

      San Juan

      Website (787) 728-8716
    3. IMS SUP

      Arecibo

      Website (787) 324-1144
    4. Aquatica Dive & Surf

      Aguadilla

      Website (787) 890-6071
    5. Coconut Water Sports

      Rincón

      Website (787) 309-9328
    6. Pine Grove

      San Juan, Carolina

      Website 787-361-5531
    7. Paddle Paradise

      Caraizo Lake, Gurabo

      Website (787) 469-3397
    8. Pirate Snorkeling Shack

      Fajardo

      Website 787-908-9793
    9. Blue Water Caribbean Adventure

      Website (844) 210-2922 / (787) 523-1660/01661
    10. VerdeAzul Stand Up Paddleboard/Northwest Partnes

      Aguadilla

      Website (787) 951-5702 / (787) 299-1311
    11. JAK Water Sports & Rental

      Vieques

      Website (787) 644-7112 / (787) 447-8697
    12. Black Beard Sports

      Website (787) 741-1892 / info@blackbeardsports.com

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