Let’s Discover the Most Fabulous Beaches of Venezuela (Part One)

Venezuela is a country that stands out for its natural wonders such as the Angel Falls, the Gran Sabana or its incredible beaches. Thousands of travelers from all over the world come to see the beaches of Venezuela with the most amazing landscapes. The crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea welcome you to experience the most spectacular sunny days of your life. Did you know that this country has more than 4,000 kilometers of continental and island coasts, all of which are hurricane free?

In this respect, the Venezuelan coast is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean, which also stands out for the warm treatment it receives from its inhabitants. Visitors, both national and international, are fascinated by this tropical land privileged by nature. That’s why in today’s article, we will discuss about the paradisiacal beaches of Venezuela. Ready for a fantastic discovery? Keep reading!

Los Roques

Let’s start where many of the most famous beaches of Venezuela are located! The whole archipelago of Los Roques is spectacular, it includes a group of islands and keys. It is located in the north of Venezuela and is famous for its crystal clear waters and white sand. It was declared a national park in 1972 and is part of the territory of Francisco de Miranda Island.

In Los Roques, you can enjoy activities such as kayaking, sailing, diving or scuba diving. It is also common for people to go there with their boats, where they usually play the music of the moment at high volume and spend a relaxing day. On the other hand, the main town of the archipelago is the town of Gran Roque, it consists of only seven sandy streets, where you can take good pictures and go out to give a touch to your tourist visit.

Cayo de Agua is the most beautiful of all the beaches of Los Roques: a natural sand bridge that connects the other islands of the archipelago, creating an almost transparent pool. It is known for its white sand and its calm and turquoise waters. Cayo Pirata is another recommendation to see in Los Roques, as it is considered the cradle of lobster fishing in the whole archipelago.

If you are looking for some solitude, you can go to Cayo Grande. It is the largest island of the archipelago of Los Roques. Access is a little more controlled and there are not many tourist activities. It is great to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the peace that the sea transmits.

Cayo Sombrero

Cayo Sombrero, is part of Morrocoy National Park. This island in the Caribbean Sea is located in the west of Venezuela, in Falcón. It is very close to Cayo Pescadores and Mayoral beach.

Cayo Sombrero has two large beaches, but what gives it an incredible atmosphere is its forest of palm trees that offers a natural shade. Even on days when Sombrero Falls is very crowded, you can always find a place for yourself. On this island, you can also practice camping, as well as snorkeling.

The street vendors of Sombrero will offer you spirits and delicacies of the sea, as they are called there. According to its ingredients, it is said that it can raise the sexual mood of men and women. They are sold on all the beaches of Venezuela, but their popularity reaches a maximum level there.

Corrales Beach

What can’t you miss in your visit to this territory? Going to the beaches of Miranda, Venezuela! In this regard, Corrales Beach is the option that we recommend the most. Despite the inclement sun that bathes it, the lush palm trees and large coconut palms that line it give a feeling of coolness and shade.

This is one of the beaches in Venezuela that we recommend if you are looking for family-friendly options. Playa Corrales offers rental options for everything you might need to make your stay the safest and most comfortable. Here’s the most skimboard-friendly beach in Higuerote, Venezuela. There is no excuse not to go there! Nearby is a parking lot where you can leave your car.

Want to discover more Venezuelan beaches that you should visit? Come back to check the second part of our article. Until then, what’s the most fabulous beach that you’ve ever visited? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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