Playa Bienbe to the left and Playa El Cocal to the right
At La Puerca there are 4 beaches separated by high rocky points.
•Playa El Puerto is the smallest and most secluded beach.At high tide it is a natural port to embark safely during swells.
•Playa La Puerca has a few surf breaks on it depending on the tide and the swell size.This is where La Puerca creek meets the ocean.
•Playa El Cocal. This beach has about 80 giant coconut trees on it.
•Playa Bienbe. This beach has a few rocky formations with trees.When the tide comes up they look like tiny islands.All these beaches have freshwater springs on them or near them for water supply and at low tide are as large as 6 football fields.There also tide-pools that are 8 ft deep providing great relaxing and snorkeling opportunities.