Beaches - Relaxation by the sea

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Relaxation by the sea

Why visit Colombian beaches ?

The waves of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific ocean, welcomed the rules come to Colombia seeking places among the abundant coasts and Islands where it is easy to forget the problems of the outside world.


With 1,020 miles of Caribbean and 1,360 miles of Pacific coastlines, Colombia offers a large selection of beaches—about 300. Some are far from the noise, while on others the party never stops.

Natural aquarium

Visit a natural aquarium in the archipelago of San Andrés and Providence, where the water is the clearest in the Caribbean and colorful fish can be seen without a mask.

Black and White Sand Beaches

Unlike the Caribbean beaches, Pacific beaches have dark sand, which gives them a unique charm. Many turtles, including the giant leatherback sea turtle, nest here.

Activities and experiences

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Brava beach

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Brava beach

Playa Brava is a nature reserve in the heart of Tayrona National Natural Park, where the contrast between the tropical...
Cape San Juan de Guía, Santa Marta

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Cape San Juan de Guía

Cape San Juan de Guía in Tayrona National Park, can be reached from the Reef sector on a path through the jungle or...

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Capurganá, located in the Caribbean, offers picture postcard white sandy landscapes between a small bay and a dense...

Cinto Beach

There are plenty of dreamy places in Tayrona Park. One is Cinto Beach where the clear blue sky is reflected in the...

Gayraca Bay

Gayraca Bay in Tayrona National Park, in common with many of its neighbouring beaches has very fine grain sand...
Los Naranjos Beach

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Los Naranjos Beach

Visitors can surf on the Los Naranjos Beach, next to the edge of Tayrona Park in the far north, a place to find good...

Mamancana Reserve

Emotions are not lacking in Santa Marta. Mamancana, a reserve of 600 hectares of dry tropical forest located on the...

Neguanje Bay

Neguanje Bay is in the Tayrona National Park and offers tourists one of the region’s soft sand beaches: Crystal Beach,...

Pozos Colorados

The Pozos Colorados sector, a few minutes’ drive from Simon Bolivar International Airport, is a set of white sandy...
Punta Huina Beach - A great snorkeling site

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Punta Huina Beach

Punta Huina Beach, half an hour by boat from Bahia Solano, is known for its reddish sand lapped by pristine waves. Here...


At The Reefs tourist sector in the Tayrona National Park, you can walk along an eco-trail from the beach at Cañaveral...

San Bernardo del Viento

Lie down on the soft yellow sand and soak up the sun in San Bernardo del Viento, northwest of Lorica. This part of the...
Sapzurro, Chocó

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Sapzurro, a fishing village with a quiet bay full of sailboats, kayaks, and canoes, is located 10 minutes away by boat...

The pool

The Pool is one of the few beaches with calm waters in the Tayrona National Park. The ease with which visitors float on...

Triganá Bay

Triganá Bay is a great example of the diversity of Chocó; not every beach here has dark sand. The sea in Triganá is...
White Beach

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

White Beach

The name of White Beach is very appropriate. This point the northern bay of Santa Marta is reached from the beaches of...

Bello Horizonte Beach

A very popular area for tourists is the beach of Bello Horizonte, in the west of Santa Marta. This is an area that is...

Bocas de Buritaca

Bocas de Buritaca is a small town located 48 kilometres from Santa Marta. There you can dive into the freshness of...

Chengue Beach

Chengue beach in Tayrona National Park is located in an area of ​​tropical dry forest. It has an old salt pan and a...
Cispatá Bay, Lorica

Photo by: Carolina Parra Guio / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Cispatá Bay

Cispatá Bay, north of Lorica, is part of the Department of Córdoba and home to the traditional fishing village of San...

Concha bay

The clean and calm waters of Bahia Concha invite fans to snorkel and observe the wonders of the coral reef, home to...