Sun and sand
A long stretch of beaches in front of luxury resorts and posh high-rise condos and private homes, restaurants, private clubs, guesthouses, parks, and even a cemetery, Isla Verde Beach is quiet during the week and full of life during the weekends. This is the city's largest beach and the place to go for every seaside activity under the sun, from swimming and sunbathing to parasailing, bodysurfing, water skiing, jet skiing and beach volleyball. With its beautiful tropical landscape, warm blue waters and pristine sands, the beach is also a natural preserve. Free to the public.
World-class surfing can be enjoyed in nearly every part of the island with waves that can reach 35 feet high, but particularly in Rincon, site of the 1968 and 1988 world surfing championships and host to numerous major competitions.
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