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Beach camping no facilities. Beautiful spot, unfortunately really windy while we were here! Short walk to the village which has a shop. Very difficult road, state of bad repair in places, very steep. We managed okay in a LR defender 110 but larger vehicles would struggle. Approx 42km from Highway 1, follow the signs to Puerto Agua Verde from the highway. The route is paved to start but eventually stops and is dirt track the rest of the way.
Pit toilet nearby had seen better days. It was gross
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A wonderful beach. Pack In - Pack Out. Don't dump your garbage for the nice residents to deal with.
If you are one of the many wealthy yachters who anchor here, DO NOT BRING YOUR GARBAGE ASHORE AND DUMP IT. BEYOND THE BEACH IS PRIVATE PROPERTY. IT IS SOMEBODY'S HOME. GOD DAMN YOU.
It is an 80 mile round trip for somebody to properly deal with YOUR garbage. When you bring your dog to shore to shit on the beach, PICK IT UP AND TAKE IT WITH YOU. GOD DAMN YOU.
To all you nice campers, be sure to visit Playa Ensinadita. It's a beautiful hidden beach a short walk to the south through a hole in the rock wall (see pictures).Report Check-In
Do not try this without 4WD!!! We accidentally ended up at this spot trying to get to another pin in the area. Before we knew it we were stuck in the sand with the tide rising. Thankfully there were some locals with a truck and rope who came to give us a hand, but they were definitely expecting some money. We gave them $500 MX and they asked for more so it ended up costing us $1000 MX. Expensive mistake on our end, but they were nice and we’re lucky they were there to help us.Report Check-In
Gorgeous drive in, but high clearance required. It took our group of 5 vans an hour and a half on the dirt road on the way in including time to air down and 2 hours on the way back including time to air our tires back up. We ate at the restaurant here, Brisa del Mar, every night and we all loved each meal lovingly prepared by Lenora. She makes delicious meals prepared fresh from their catch of the day, or goat birria, depending on ingredients she has available. Because this village is challenging to drive into and out of, they are in desperate need of basics at the restaurant. We promised her we would let people know what they need, so here goes: Dinner plates, serving platters, and flatware. We gave her a few plates and bowls, but she clearly needs more and has no viable way of getting the word out to anyone who can help. Please do what you can!Report Check-In
When you get almost into town you can access the most northern end of the beach by turning left at 25.51441 -111.072420. If that turn is too sharp to make, go just a bit further and turn left at 25.513857 -111.072346 which brings you into the middle of the beach, just north of the main restaurant (there’s a second restaurant at the far south end of the beach). You’ll need 4WD on the beach.Report Check-In
Really tufff road almost to narrow for ours rig. Really peaceful parking directly on the beach. They working on the road. Impossible for Big rig. But a dream for tents and small rigs.Report Check-In
As stated, Nice quiet beach on north end. Restaurant had good fish tacos. Show and bathrooms at restaurant.Report Check-In
FREE CAMPING on the beach. Palapas are available for use but have signs directing you where to leave payment at 10 pesos/night. We were approached about payment by a local woman, but when we told her the sign said free camping she said ok and left. Donations are accepted at the local restaurant. We had two delicious fish taco lunches at Restaurant Faro San Marcial which is right where the fishermen put in their pangas. Fresh, delicious and $30/pesos eachReport Check-In
Very small puebla with 2 restaurants and 1 small store. Very pleasant place to stay. Two wheel drive with high clearance recommended.Report Check-In
Nice place, friendly community but the road is in terrible conditions. Wi-fi 30 pesos for 1 hour at the tienda near the entrance of the village (didn’t try the other one on IOverlander). Shower and bathroom 20 pesos each at the restaurant Brisa del Mar. Bathroom is free if you eat there. There is an other restaurant El Faro at the south end of the beach (didn’t try that one). Good hicking, snorkelling, kayaking is better in the northern bay where it is less windy. You can rent kayak at the restaurant Brisa del Mar. Camping on the beach is free if you don’t take a palapa (150 pesos).Report Check-In
We much preferred this beach to the sand-spit location. Here is a small friendly community with a reasonable taco place. All the pelicans congregate on this beach, diving for fish in mornings and evenings - great entertainment! Loved it here, perfect for getting out in our kayak, Boaty McBoatface.Report Check-In
Nice camping at the sandy beach of the remote tiny village Agua Verde reached on 30 km steep and rocky dirt road. There are two small restaurants at the beach and 3 more campers. The beach is clean but unfortunately there is some of trash in the dunes behind. Very idyllic and quiet place. The campsites in the cove north of Agua Verde (e.g. Las Palmas) are only accessible with a smaller car than ours, max height 9-10 feet because of low branches on the last km through the wash to the beach.Report Check-In
Nice beach, Was windy. Went to the restaurant on the right side of the beach for decent fish tacos. The dirt road in from the 1 was steep and windy all the way to Agua Verde, but was graded and good for 2wd. We did it in our F250 and truck bed camper. Took 3 hours but with lots of photo stops. This drive had spectacular views over the ocean which we thought was more noteworthy than the actual Agua Verde beach, which made the drive worth it.Report Check-In
Beatiful place, very few people. Careful that recently since 5 years dengue fever was found here.Report Check-In
we spent one night here as we rolled into town as is was getting dark. one other Canadian snowbird on the beach. nice composting toilet just south on the beach. more exposed to wind than the north shore so we moved after one night.Report Check-In
Camped on the beach under a tree for free here. The bay was a tad windy during our stay, it was pleasant but the water wasn’t glassy. There’s a restaurant nearby right on the sand that has covered spots for 200p/night. We got 2 beers from them for 35p/eachReport Check-In
Es un lugar tranquilo con playas muy bonitas, a 40 km de la carretera transpeninsular, de los cuales 10 km ya es tan pavimentados el resto es terraceria bien conservada , debe de msnejarse con cuidado ya que tienes bajadas y subidas muy pronunciadasReport Check-In
Camped on north end of beach. Quiet location just the sound of the waves.
Small taco stand mid point on beach, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner by reservation.
Beautiful beach camping free. Easy road to get there Except bit sandy for last 100m but no problem with G-Wagon.Report Check-In
The road in is narrow, steep, and winding but has been repaired in places and we had no problems with a 4WD truck camper. Someone who has camped here for years pulls a small 5th wheel behind a pickup, but I wouldn't recommend it. Beautiful place, good kayaking, you can buy fresh fish on the beach. A small restaurant has opened on the beach and cooks delicious fish tacos! The town is friendly, even the dogs, and has a couple of tiendas. Cave paintings nearby. We stayed 10 days!Report Check-In
beautiful beach camping!
the road in was a bit rough, but doable. we made the drive in a 4x4 Toyota mini motorhome (20ft.), but didn't need 4wd. high clearance would be helpful, but a guy made the trip in a Dodge minivan with no problems. just go slow.
plus, the drive in is beautiful!
the shrimp tacos at the little restaurant on the beach are the best we've had in baja.
Beach camping no facilities. Beautiful spot, unfortunately really windy while we were here! Short walk to the village which has a shop. Very difficult road, state of bad repair in places, very steep. We managed okay in a LR defender 110 but larger vehicles would struggle. Approx 42km from Highway 1, follow the signs to Puerto Agua Verde from the highway. The route is paved to start but eventually stops and is dirt track the rest of the way.Report Check-In