One of the last beaches on the east shores of the town of Isabela you can enjoy Punta Sardineras Beach, popular for boogie boarders, perfect for long beach walks, and those that love to simply sit down on a beach chair, listen to the waves, and relax. Our family likes this beach because is typically less crowded than the Jobos beach area. Right at the end of Punta Sardineras is Pozo Teodoro, perfect for families with children.
Punta Sardineras is not a swimming beach, in the winter months the current get stronger, it is advised that you check the current before attempting to swim, keep an eye on your children at all times.
Walk up the small cliff for some amazing views, the coral is has sharp edges, so bring appropriate shoes / sneakers. Great views to Punta Sardinera & Pozo Teodoro which offers an endless show of waves crashing onto coral wall, a great place to marvel and photographers. There are no lifeguards or protection along the edge, stay with your children AT ALL TIMES.
Facilities at Punta Sardineras
Across the street is Villa Pesquera with various local kiosks offering traditional Puerto Rican food at affordable prices and you’ll find a few spots to park. This is a local beach, meaning there are no lifeguards or bathroom facilities.
Getting to Punta Sardineras
Beach is located on PR-466, which will take you straight into Villa Pesquera, you will then turn onto Carr Municipal which runs parallel to the beach where you can find parking.