Sharp and painful rock. Recommend buying a pair of cheap water shoes. The rock and salt water will completely tear up your shoes. There is a nice cave on the left side with tons of problems. On the right side of the beach there is potential for alot of highball water solos, though I wouldn't call it deep water. Watch for loose rock and sea urchins.
Navio Beach is in Vieques, Puerto Rico, an island off the main island. You can take a taxi from the San Juan airport to Fajardo and hop on a $2 dollar ferry to the island or you can take a puddle jumper from San Juan for about $100 straight to the island. Once on the island you want to get to Sun Bay which is real close to the Malecon "Esperanza" on the main road. Take the dirt road all the way down Sun Bay onto a bumpy dirt path. At one point you can make a left to Bio-Bay, keep straight past Media Luna and you will arrive at Navio Beach.
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