Places to see
Faro Los Morrillos
From the front of the lighthouse, stand above the cliffs for a 360-degree view of the Caribbean.
Constructed in the late 1800s with the objective of assisting vessels in navigating the dangerous passage from the Southeast Caribbean to the Atlantic, Faro Los Morrillos presently fulfills its original purpose while also offering an insight into history and breathtaking oceanic vistas.
Snorkel and swim at Playa Buye to see coral reefs and large sea turtles.
Famous for its clear water, this sandy beach attracts locals and tourists who wish to relax and escape the crowds.
Playa Sucia celebrates the Caribbean and nature. Relax and enjoy the ocean breeze with waves crashing onto the shore.
A short hike to the nearby lighthouse grants an unmatched view of the surrounding limestone cliffs and natural bridges.
Other cool places to see
The Boqueron Wildlife Refuge
Besides the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, Cabo Rojo also features the Boqueron State Forest, a nature reserve with multiple hiking and biking trails. The refuge also allows for hunting activities with permission.
The Salt Ponds
Also known as "Salinas de Cabo Rojo", you will find ponds with various shades of pink and blue on the side of the road! They are free of charge to enter, and parking is just along the street.