The best way to experience a destination is to know its most emblematic and representative places of this, so you discover why it is important and visited by many people like you a year, and San Andres is not the exception as it has places and landscapes of the most endearing, so below we bring you a top 5 places you should visit as a tourist in San Andres

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The best way to experience a destination is to know its most emblematic and representative places of this, so you discover why it is important and visited by many people like you a year, and San Andres is not the exception as it has places and landscapes of the most endearing, so below we bring you a top 5 places you should visit as a tourist in San Andres

Johnny Cay

Known locally as Sucre Islet, it is the most popular cay for its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, it is also the most visited on the island of San Andrés; not far from Spratt Bight beach you will be able to appreciate it and enjoy its beaches. This island meets the standard of an island paradise.

San Luis

It is a beach located on the east coast of San Andrés, which is noted for its winds and waves, since they are so strong that it is known as 'sound bay' locally. This place is the right place if you want to spend a quiet day away from the hustle and bustle of beaches such as Spratt Bight and is also used for marine activities such as diving.

Aquarius Caius

Another destination not to be missed is a small islet where you can see colorful fish around your feet. This place, despite being almost in the open sea, is not so deep, measuring only approximately one and a half meters, which makes it a destination for the whole family.

Blower hole

Nature does know how to surprise humanity, and this curious formation is proof of that. The Blowing Hole has become an almost obligatory destination for anyone who visits the Island of San Andrés, it seems like something common and ordinary at first glance, until the water shoots out of it at high speed. It is advisable to visit this tourist site when the tide is at its peak, as more water will come out reaching up to 3 meters with a single gust.

Rocky Cay

It is also known as Rocky Cay because its soil is mostly composed of rocks rather than sand, which makes its beach crystal clear. This site is a striking place for its rock formations and for the fact that there are palm trees that come out of the sea itself, also in a place that enjoys tranquility most of the time, since it is more visited by people to do marine activities such as diving.