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Flat rocky area overlooking the ocean and the little fishing Village south. You can jump in he water and dry on the cliffs.
To find it drive 17 km east from highway 1 to San Nicolas (dirt road and pretty bumpy) . Just before the hill going down to the Village turn North. Follow the dirt road to coordinates and you will see a smaller track to your right.
There is also camping in town next to the boats and the big tree. Just ask the locals.
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Enjoyed our 3 night stay here. Quiet except for the waves, great views, well off the road. Water too rough for swimming. When we arrived, the man who lives in the house just north came down to the rocks and sat for a bit drinking a beer, then went back up to his house. We waved, he waved back. We biked south to El Pulpito and hiked up to the top of the volcanic rock on a nice trail. The protected rocky cove on that side is beautiful and good for swimming. You can see this big rock mountain from this campspot. It is 9 miles one way and a good bike ride although you cross a few beaches. At lowish tide you can bike the beach sections on firm sand which is really nice. We biked north to San Sebastian which is 5 miles one way. The road is rocky, hilly but pretty. There's nothing really at San Sebastian other than some shade from the palms and a few run down buildings and then someone's house. The road to get to this campspot from the main highway is in good condition overall.Report Check-In
Beautiful cliff site as described. Two fire rings with good distancing. Stopped for night around 1345. Windy so watching birds from inside and noticed a person hunched over in foliage. Individual stayed in foliage, from different viewpoints, facing us for long enough to make us feel uncomfortable before wandering NW. There is a house within view of this site. Didn’t get a chance to check out google satellite before heading out here, and can’t tell if it’s inhabited. Didn’t feel comfortable, moving on.Report Check-In
Amazing spot. Road from the Highway is a gravelroad. Was easy with 2wd.
Felt Safe. Locals and wave "hola".
Face the ocean and about 500 meters to your right is a dry river bead, which is a sandy beach.