La Cueva De Las Golondrinas – A Beautiful Secluded Beach


By: Ivan Gonzalez | February 26, 2020

Playa La Cueva de las Golondrinas is a secluded beach located on the north coast of Puerto Rico, in the town of Manati. This beach is located close to La Poza De las Mujeres, and it is not a “Balneario”, so it does not have facilities such as showers, dressing rooms, lifeguards, or safety buoys available. Visitors will be able to find a small parking place by the entrance of the beach.

To reach Playa La Cueva de las Golondrinas, visitors will need to walk about 10 minutes from the parking area (well, not really the parking area, just park on the street). The beach is unique in that it is enclosed by rocks, providing a sense of safety and making it an ideal natural swimming pool. The beach is named after a rock formation that forms a cave which serves as a home to the bird “Golondrinas”.

Be aware that during the offseason, winter months, this beach may be visited by nudists. This makes it a great spot for those who are looking for a secluded and natural setting.

Activities available at Playa La Cueva de las Golondrinas include swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, and relaxing. The natural and secluded setting, combined with the safety of the rocky enclosures, make it an ideal spot for those who want to immerse themselves in nature and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Location: Manati
Lifeguard: No
Water Sports: No
Surfing: Yes
Changing Facilities: No
Food & Drinks near by: No
Parking: No

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