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Last beach before road climbs up. Entrance just as you reach slight corner. Several spots but windy. Shelter behind rocks.
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beautiful, sandy, lonely beach. Loved it.
windy, but the 'parking' place with rocks is perfect for camping.
Road to the place from Los Bariles is washed out at one point. High clearance needed, better 4x4. Beach itself is deep sand, we did not drive there as there are turtle eggs.Report Check-In
Stayed 2 nights on the sand, got a little windy but super calm when we arrived so we snorkeled by the rocks. Any of the arroyos along the road will take you out to this great sandy beach. 4x4 needed on beach. Easiest access by blue house.Report Check-In
As described. Yes the road from North is a 4X4 Low Gear paradise. Beautiful vistas are the reward, though.Report Check-In
Really nice place to camp. We camped on the beach we have 4x4 (and needed it). Great snorkeling if you go towards the rocks. Waters were calm for paddle boarding and swimming. We had a lot of fun here!Report Check-In