I used to love going to this beach. Had the most amazing snorkling and I never feared for sharks or anything. However there was a territory dispute and it wasn't open to the public for a time, and I'm not sure it is yet. But drive over the rocky trail to this small beach and strap on your snorkel and... 更多
We just drove from Manzanillo and planned our day trip based on the ratings of Barra de Navidad on this site as #1 place to go in the area. After going yesterday, we believe that #1 rating is WAY outdated. Perhaps a few years ago it was #1, or perhaps just do not go at this time of the year.... 更多
We were staying in Cuastecomate and took a day tour to the beach out of Melaque. The main reason for the trip was because we were told of good snorkeling at this beach. Knowing it was a "bare" beach, we took coolers, chairs, umbrellas, food, beverages, etc. So, glad we did, especially the beach umbrellas - no other shade!!! The... 更多
As a person who lived on his boat in Mexico for more than four years, I was interested in seeing how the area looked after the beach palapas were removed. There are no services here, and no sun cover, so I would not recommend it for a day at the beach. I live in Mexico, and I'd like to correct... 更多
Do not waste your time on a fairly long drive to get here. There is NOTHING at this place. I am not sure if the whole area was blown away by Hurricane Patricia or if it has been in total disrepair for years. There are no facilities at all at this beach, not even a restaurant or toilet. It took... 更多
With the legal dispute being settled Tenacatita is slowly coming back to life. We found the lack of facilities to be part of the charm rather than a deterrent. You have to bring your own food, drink and shade. The day we went there were maybe two dozen people on the beach, many who had come by tour boat but... 更多
This is a location that's in legal dispute, so there are absolutely no running facilities there (e.g., toilets, restaurants). So, take your seat, lunch, and umbrella - and your snorkels - because it's worth the visit. Just a short drive from La Manzanilla or Melaque.
this was once an all day visit with excellent snorkeling, the trip thru the mangroves and great family restaurants, it was under a land claim that was denied and is now starting to come back to life
This beach has no restaurants or washrooms so you have to bring your own picnic lunch and plenty of shade as there is none! The water is clean, warm and the beach is very clean. Great day at the beach
This was off the beaten track for us but the taxi driver took us and had no problems coming back for us to take us back to PV. It's quite isolated and there is nothing there.......which is just what we like, saw some tiny turtle egg shells and lots of birds, and fish jumping out of the sea, just beautiful.