Cartagena has beaches at Bocagrande, El Laguito, Marbella, Crespo, La Boquilla, and Manzanillo del Mar, along with Tierrabomba, Bocachica, Barú, and the Rosario Islands. At all of them, visitors can rent chairs and umbrellas, and purchase soft drinks and local food. There are rules for swimmers, and it is very important to learn the meanings of the signal flags.
, located to the north of the city, is a noted place for fishing, which in addition to seafood dishes offers visitors a beautiful, quiet and uncrowded space. Next to the playa de Marbella (Marbella Beach) is the Playa la Boquilla (Little Mouth beach) where you can take canoe trips to the mangrove and appreciate their ecosystems. Enjoy music, a quiet atmosphere and the hotels of La Boquilla. Its an excellent place to relax in Cartagena.
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