Playa el Palmer is lovely for early morning or sunset strolls, approx 2.5 kms of beautiful soft sand, which heats up drastically throughout the day, in the afternoon wear your flipflops! My sister and I bought silver brcelets from a vendor, so beautiful and reasonable, we wish we had bought a few more. The massage lasies are so worth the... 更多
We stayed at a condo on this beach. Not many places open to the public, but the beach is nice for walking. Some vendors but not too many. Great sunsets. Parasailing $20 US and jet skiing $30. One vendor sells fresh oysters around 4pm each day.
Entire beach is verrrrry clean. Excellent soft sand. I believe it's about 10,000 steps from end to end. Is that about 5 miles? The water is 'soft' the waves at end of January were quite gentle. The water was a beautiful color. I enjoyed the water every day. Unlike our experience in Los Cabos even at the 'safest' swimming beach... 更多
This area was pretty much what we expected: a lovely beach, yes, but red flags up and we did see either a few cautious swimmers or a couple of people gasping as they fled the surf! Huge, towering all inclusives dot the beach and there is really one or two public places to eat. Otherwise you need to be staying... 更多
Nice beach and place to get away form the other white people. this is were real Mexican go to play and enjoy the beach. A few small road side places to get a cold beer or something. Oh I'm a white guy.
Most of the hotels, even the all- inclusives, have day rates that you can pay and go in and enjoy the bars and restaurants for a certain time period each day. A few of the beach hotels are not totally all-inclusive and you can go in and pay per drink and meal, etc. You just have to inquire as you... 更多