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There is a melecon and some surfers living on the beach (seasonally). It's a black sand beach. But it's great parking in the shade of the palm trees. Telcel service is 3G with two bars. Good enough to have skype calls and load YouTube/Netflix.
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Couple of small paths are leading the way to the beach- choose your fancy spot// palms and epic sunset
The locals are very friendly- they are listening loud music but after dark they leave
A peaceful spot to spend the night. We had the best sleep - no cars playing loud music in the night, just the sound of the waves. A lot of trash, broken glass and those spikey things that stick to your feet in the grass but you can find a good spot. There’s a couple turn offs before this one to stay at - that’s where we stayed with our 4x4 truck camper. Wouldn’t take a bus or big rig down some of the sandy roads. Nice beach to swim at during the day. Pretty quiet, not many people around. Would come backReport Check-In
une décharge publique a ciel ouvert,mais vous pouvez aller manger au resto chez Karla , tres bon et tres serviable , pour dormir , bonne chance il n y a que des stationnements bruyants et salesReport Check-In
Long black send beach with few palapas from coconur trees. Small funny waves for beginners like me. Not deep and manageable even for kids. No shade.Report Check-In
Stayed two nights. Really liked the beach and peace and quiet. Did not feel safe after dark although no one bothered me. Also there's a lot of trash.Report Check-In
We parked under the trees near the malecon for one night. The area was quiet and seemed safe, but beware broken glass everywhere! The beach had quite a bit of plastic trash as well. Nice enough for a night, but nothing amazing.Report Check-In
Nice, mellow night away from the crowd at Pascuales. However the following day a local life guard told me it’s dangerous to camp here. Camp at your own risk.Report Check-In