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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
On the beach you can sit under a palapa for hours with the afternoon breeze, temperatures in the high 80's. Fishing is available. You can buy silver jewelry, dresses, magazines, wood carvings, tamales, coconut, temporary tatoos, hats, and other items from the vendors on the beach. An hour massage is only $20.
Beautiful sandy beach, no rocks, big waves, clear to the bottom. Lots to do here right off the beach; body surfing, boogie boarding, sea-dooing, parasailing. All week long was sunny and hot (at least 30' celcius). I want to go BACK!
This beach is great to walk, three miles round trip. Also wonderful to just lounge. The vendors are not a bother when you say, no gracias. One of my favorite beaches! The sunsets are unbelievable!
Typical of most west coast Mexican beaches. Nice public access. Took a short walk down beach and unable to find any beach bars or restaurants not attached to hotel.