February 24, 2003
Accessing this beach requires that you hike through some ranch land, so look out for cows and/or goats. Additionally, it can get a little shady trying to find the road. We ended up on somebody's property who didn't like us too much, but was nice enough. We finally found the road and drove to the end. Park by the trailer house and head down the dirt road. You'll wind through some scrubby brush, and after a while, you'll see a really old well on the right-hand side. Keep going to emerge on the beach. You will almost certainly be the only people on this beach.
We did the hike in tennis shoes and were just fine.
This beach is prime leatherback sea turtle nesting ground and is protected, so don't even think about litering or tromping around like a bunch of morons. Frisbee and the sort is out of the question.
Some people surf here and at Resaca, but swimming is NOT recommended. These two beaches are not protected by any reefs and the water can be very rough and dangerous undertows are always present.
Resaca: Access via the helipad. Ask locals for directions and wear some hiking boots as this is a fairly strenuous hike.
From journal Laid Back Culebra, Puerto Rico -- The Last Virgin