Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico (8/9)

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Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico is the only beach in the world where the sand is pink. The color of this beach is caused by a reddish pink sand from Cerro Negro, which lies some 120 feet below.

Flamenco Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Culebra, but it has not been rated as one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico.

Flamenco Beach is a small island in Puerto Rico. It is the largest of the Culebra islands, but it is only accessible by ferry that crosses over from Culebra to Flamenco. The beach was named after a beautiful woman who was born on the island and had many suitors, among them was Francisco Tarrega.

Flamenco Beach has been described as “the most serene and cleanest place in Puerto Rico”. The sand is made of white volcanic sand that gives off a sweet smell when you walk on it, and there are straw huts on the beach where you can get fresh coconuts.

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