The Pinones region stretches from the apex of Isla Verde Beach, behind the Isla Verde Airport, and all until downtown Loiza. It is well-known by both visitors and locals alike for its restaurants as well as “chinchoros,” where you will discover fritters, fritters’ fixings, and fresh fish, as well as fresh seafood and other delights. It’s also a wonderful location for tropical drinks as well as fresh coconut water.
Enjoy delicious food as you go from food stands to food stands and back on the beach. Take in the serene surf in La Pocita or Vacia Talega and Two secluded beaches are that allow you to swim or relax in the sun.
The two-way road leads to unspoiled and secluded beaches and forests that offer trails to walk and bike. Bring your towels and food, and don’t expect to find public restrooms or lifeguards. There are also small shops and markets that sell local art and crafts. The local community is a reflection of the wealth of the island’s afro-Puerto Rican culture, especially in the way of food, music, and arts and crafts.
Loíza, PR, 00983