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Beaches, forests, and sugar industry history.Known as “The City of Sugar,” Yabucoa has a sweet history as part of the island’s sugar industry, but contemporary visitors to this southeastern town can enjoy a multitude of offerings, including beaches, scenery, and local culture.Beaches and Forests
For beachgoers, the Guayanés, Lucía, and El Cocal beaches are Yabucoa’s most popular coastal spots — but that doesn’t necessarily translate to same crowds as beaches closer to San Juan or famous spots on the west coast. El Cocal has golden sand, bright turquoise water, and a small rocky formation that creates a natural pool perfect for younger travelers.The Punta Yeguas Nature Reserve, also called Doña Inés María Mendoza Nature Reserve, offers an enchantingly diverse landscape with meadows, sandstone cliffs, and three promontories of sedimentary rock that watch over the sandy coast. From the highest point on a clear day you can see the Island of Vieques and the Sierra Pandura. To explore this area you’ll need to schedule an excursion through the Para la Naturaleza organization, which helps conserve natural areas throughout the island.