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Best things to do in Flamenco, Culebra, Puerto Rico

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Beach
“The most beautiful beach in PR and one of the best 10 in the world. You can access Culebra via ferry leaving from Ceiba (i can give you a phone number to call and book transportation) or by air in Vieques Air Link leaving from Old San Juan's Isla Grande Airport.”
61 locals recommend
Caribbean Restaurant
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“Its waterfront and blend of tourists and locals at the bar, the food is good enough, burgers and sandwiches at lunch.”
11 locals recommend
Rental Car Location
“Carlos has an array of Jeeps and golf carts for your every need whilst on the island. ”
6 locals recommend
Taco Place
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“We love the food and company at Zaco's! Don't miss out on dinner here - not open every day.”
7 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“They are customer service oriented. Will take great care of our guests. Jeeps or golf carts.”
5 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Great food at El Eden! We had the best lobster risotto here on NYE! Be sure to call for a reservation and note they are not open every day and also not for all meals. Bar Opens at 4pm, Dinner 6-9pm Open Wed-Sat, Some Holidays. Check them out online: El Eden Culebra D-O-T com”
7 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Very good pizzas and salads (asked for dressing in the side) is right on town so you can hang out. Very cold beer”
7 locals recommend
Bed & Breakfast
“ I recommend the bar. They have karaoke most weekends. It's next to the water. ”
5 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“A shout out to all divers! Heather and Trevor runs this amazing business - you are in good hands!!”
4 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“Within walking distance, take a bag for your groceries, you can also get some carnivorous goodies from the butcher. Fair prices on liquor.”
6 locals recommend
Locality
“Flamenco Beach on the isle of Culebra has been voted #2 by Travel Magazine in the past”
61 locals recommend
Sublocality
“One of the best beach in the world. To get there there are two ways: 1. Take a ferry from Ceiba town to Culebra island. From San Juan to Ceiba Ferry Terminal is around 1hour in car and from Ceiba ferry terminal around 1:30 hours in boat. This is the cheapest way (around $25 round trip) 2. There are flights from San Juan to Culebra Island by Isla Grande Airport. The fastes and expensive way (around $180 round trip). Fligth takes 25min. ”
9 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
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“They open early for coffee and breakfast - you can always rely on a good start of the day. They have fantastic coffee and serve breakfast sandwhiches and wraps. ”
3 locals recommend
Café
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“When they are open (high season) they serve really amazing breakfast food! From bagels to scrambled eggs, quiche, berries and quinoa bowls. Fresh filter coffee and all sorts of juice drinks. Go early to avoid the line!”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“I have not been but it is my understanding from the word on the street that the burgers are fierce.”
3 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“For a very high level of Puerto Rican\ Caribbean culinary expertise this is it.”
4 locals recommend