The magic and wealth of the Colombian Caribbean express themselves through the ethnical and cultural contrasts of the region.
Its beaches, bathed by a seven-color sea made placid and safe by coral barriers, are the main attraction.
The following are worth mentioning:
Bahía Sardina (Spratt Bight) located in the northern part of the island, near the main hotel and tourist sector. It is a city beach with white sand shaded by palms and a nice view of the Johnny Cay Island.
San Luis Beach is located only ten minutes by car or bus from downtown San Andres island. This is an option for resting on a beach with a more isolated and tranquil atmosphere.