The Rosario Islands are a group of 28 islands situated about less than an hour from Cartagena’s coast, and it has consolidated as a must-see destination for the tourists that not only want to visit this Colombian city, but also are also looking for adventure and water sports
in the middle of a natural setting.
If you have thought on visiting this side of the Caribbean region, you must consider taking a tour throughout this islands. Each one of them has their own charm, and even though they have become very popular among visitors, they are still a great option for those who are looking for a natural place to contrast with the glamorous tourist offer of Cartagena.
Down below we show you some of the most charming beaches and islands that you must visit if you want to live a memorable experience in Rosario Islands:
- Isla Grande. This is one of the most popular islands, especially if you want to explore the mangroves or just relax in front of the crystal waters of the ocean. This is also the perfect place if you want to practice some water sports such as snorkeling.
- Isla Cholon. If you are looking for party and fun, this place is your best option. Isla Cholon is well known for being the perfect spot for parties; every year, hundreds of visitors come to this breathtaking island to enjoy its seafood along with a vibrant atmosphere.
- Playa Azul. This amazing island that is almost uninhabited is also a must for those who are looking to shut down from the noise, turmoil of the city, and crowded beaches of the Caribbean coast. In this beach you can chill out and lay down in the sand to enjoy the nice weather with a stunning view of the ocean. However, you can also practice some of your favorite water sports.
- Playa Blanca. It is widely known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Cartagena bay, and it is a very popular spot for tourists. It has a variety of luxury hotels along with the amazing landscapes of the archipelago. There, you will enjoy the beauty of a long coast full of white sand and the exotic seafood prepared by locals.
If you want to know how you can take a tour through these islands to see the beauty of their beaches and practice exciting outdoor activities, you can visit our section Water Sports.