I really enjoyed all the variety of food and services offered at this beach. It reminds me a lot of Huanchaco in Trujillo, but the water is cleaner and it's not as crowded as Mancora. Great option for taking taking a swim, watching pelicans and having a nice meal.
I went to spend overnight there and what I found was this place was over pricing, incredible cold (it was winter by te way so it's not the worst) and dangerous. Everybody kept telling us don't stay close left side of the port because it was dangerous but we were told stay in the right side because is calm. I... 更多
Do not go out of your way. The beach pales in comparison to others, it is not clean or pleasant. We did not eat there so perhaps the food was good but this is a fair way out of Chiclayo and just not worth the ride there and back frankly. The five star reviews are baffling.
Pimentel is all about that huge impressive wooden pier which you have to pay 2 soles to walk. The beach can be good for non windy days to chill but if you re too close to the left side, close to the fisher boats the smell is unbearable. There are restaurants lined alson the malecon, beer is 10 soles. From... 更多
There are 1 or 2 surf shops there, and the waves aren´t bad for beginniners. The beach itself is kind of polluted -- there was a huge dead fish washed up when we were there, very unsightly. The restaurants overlooking the beach and pier are good, priced a bit expensively, but very fresh. Overall, it pales compared to Mancora or... 更多
Pimentel offers a large portion of beach with a great gastronomic offer. Allthough, this is still a virgin place. Growing sllowly but very charming. You can enjoy the path and see the fishermen coming back from home in their small boats (a show to see close) or even the bigger ships coming to release their catch of the day. The... 更多
Beach has been cleaned up from a few years ago, with more garbage cans available, new brick and benches. Pier now has little fishing but is nicer for walking (for a small fee); we saw a sealion cruising along looking for fish. There are still fishermen on handmade reed boats who cast nets for fish and sell their catch on... 更多