I loved visiting this beach was amazing to set free the turtles at 5pm for a beautiful sunset also. Would recommend a trip here and is only about 5 minutes walk down from the road it is so worth it. Walk a little further to an abandoned hotel where there's a little private beach only one other person was chilling... 更多
Zicatela is a humongous beach! The scenery is formidable. You can sit in one of the many cabañas and sip a drink or have lunch taken to you. Can't miss the sunsets. Espectacular!!! It's not recommended or even allowed by the rescue guards to go in swimming. If you're early enough you'll get to see the best of the best... 更多
Heard many good things about this beach. Unfortunately, the day we visited the water was brown and a scuzzy foam washing up on the beach. Unappealing. Walking was good and two resorts at end if you wanted a beer or call a cab. Best to arrange a time with cab that dropped you off. Also, late in the afternoon, baby... 更多
This is a long beach that you can walk on for an hour or so & see nobody. I walked down from my rental in Carrizalillo area often. There is a small hidden trail that the locals use to get down to Playa de Coral & then walk 5 mins. to the west to Playa Bacocho. Alternatively you can follow... 更多
The white sand is endless. All quiet except for the crash of the waves. The undertow makes swimming a little dangerous, but the quietude and isolation enhance the spirit. A lovely restaurant at one end where you can cool yourself off with a beef and tasty burger.also the Blues on the beach concerts make you want to kick up your... 更多
We fell in love with this beach. An easy taxi ride from Playa Zicatela ($40 MXP) to Villa Sol Beach Club we paid the $60 MXP per person, we were able to enjoy the shaded beach chairs, pools, showers, washrooms and food/drink service (very reasonably priced). It was was super chill, with little to no vendors bothering you. And if... 更多
Our family went out to Bacocho at 5 pm for the baby turtle release, which happens every day! Golfo and Green turtles. The guide spoke only Spanish so we didn't learn much because we only speak English, but the kids had fun letting baby turtles go in the sand and watch them make it all the way to the ocean.