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Sandy with virtually no rocks. There are two areas , one by the park which is a much smaller area and a mile long beach inside the Ocean Park gated area. Both are public beaches. Several kite surfers on the water. Only saw one vendor...More
Ocean Park is a residential area in San Juan with the Atlantic Ocean bordering the coastal line. Boutique Hotels, paradores and Airbnbs are also part of the neighborhood. Depending on the season you will experience different coastal sand erosion conditions but overall it is beautiful....More
Besides San Juan's arguably best beach, the beachfront Ocean Park neighborhood still retains a number of interesting early XX century buildings, especially on Taft, Cordero, McLeary, Pacific and Atlantic streets and in the gated section, where one can find quite a few notable Art Deco...More
We loved this beach! Best time to go is a weekday in the morning. But it's beautiful all the time. Seems like a local beach. Super clean, free of garbage and great for swimming. Not much for restaurants on this beach but that's what makes...More
If you want to avoid the crowds, get free parking and stay out of the tourist traps, this is your beach. We stayed here for 10 days and never saw more than maybe 20-30 people. It is very safe, there is free parking, and the...More
We came here early in the morning, so it was empty. It's a beautiful beach! The sand is clean and there is plenty of space. We appreciated seeing lots of workers picking up trash before most of the visitors arrived.
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Cafe Mam for a vegetarian lunch and Bagau restaurant were our favorites in the Ocean Park area. Ocean Park was more of a residential area and you could walk downtown. We stayed at the Dreamcatcher in Ocean Park and they... More
Cafe Mam for a vegetarian lunch and Bagau restaurant were our favorites in the Ocean Park area. Ocean Park was more of a residential area and you could walk downtown. We stayed at the Dreamcatcher in Ocean Park and they offer small tours to the rainforest and other outdoor attractions that you can book ahead of time. As the other person said, Old San Juan was better for the sightseeing but we also spent a few days at Ocean Park for the beach and rainforest. Bring tennis shoes with good traction. See my reviews. Bring Off mosquito spray. San Juan has mosquitos even when in November. Great trip though.