Cartagena has beaches at Bocagrande, El Laguito, Marbella, Crespo, La Boquilla, and Manzanillo del Mar, along with Tierrabomba, Bocachica, Barú, and the Rosario Islands. At all of them, visitors can rent chairs and umbrellas, and purchase soft drinks and local food. There are rules for swimmers, and it is very important to learn the meanings of the signal flags.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
This city is an open-air museum, but has more than just culture and history to offer. Cartagena is also a traveler destination for beaches, water sports, and crafts, among other things.
- Home of “The Black Man’s Apostle”
- Look upon the sea
- The entrance to Cartagena
- A source of life
- Faith in its element
- A base for marine life
- A President’s home
- Another stronghold of Cartagena
- A citywide celebration
- Take a daytrip to the beach