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beautil place to spend an afternoon

Pack a lunch, grab a drink and a chair and sit you butt on the beach and watch the waves and the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
stewmexico2002
Trashed beauty

The beach itself was beautiful but how can you appreciate the beauty when there is trash... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Jmbelinsky
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Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Look out for jellyfish when diving at this popular underwater spot.
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2 weeks ago
“beautil place to spend an afternoon”
14 Mar 2017
“Trashed beauty”
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San Carlos, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Pack a lunch, grab a drink and a chair and sit you butt on the beach and watch the waves and the birds under a bright sun surrounded by the "tetas" of San Carlos.

Thank stewmexico2002
Reviewed 15 March 2017

The beach itself was beautiful but how can you appreciate the beauty when there is trash everywhere! My family and I went there on a Monday in March and people had left dirty diapers, food wrappers and TONS of empty beer cans and bottles. Come...More

1  Thank Jmbelinsky
Reviewed 22 February 2016

Wind was blowing a good Westerly when we were in San Carlos, so went to Frenchies and as usual it was calm at the waters edge... Could see white caps out past the point but had a great afternoon swimming and diving in the cove......More

1  Thank TripMember04022015
Reviewed 15 July 2015

Avoid entering where the big slippery rocks are. I saw multiple puffer fish, sea urchins, star fish, and many other fish. We tried to enter on the right side although there were a bunch of jellyfish at the time. It is really a beautiful area...the...More

2  Thank Travel_moore4
Reviewed 11 June 2014

I've visited and/or scuba dove this cove for over 20 years and love that it has not changed. Still rustic, quaint, quiet, and the beach relatively unaffected by tourism.

1  Thank maryhir
Reviewed 21 November 2013

We did quiet a bit of snorkeling in Frenchie's, Lalo's and some other secluded beaches around San Carlos. Visited in March and only saw a handful of people at these beaches the whole week. My kind of beach.

Thank hawle1ja
Reviewed 15 October 2011

Frenchie's and Lalo's coves are great spots on weekends or weekdays. Lalo's is on your right and Frenchie's on the left as you approach the beaches. The sandy road is fine unless you go too far onto Frenchie's beach. The snorkeling is okay in Lalo's...More

1  Thank diverdougdogNapa_ca
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wendyNewMexico
23 March 2016|
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Response from TripMember04022015 | Reviewed this property |
Go west through San Carlos, drive through Bahia and over the gap to the north of Mt Tetakawi to the Marina Real turn off, just past the OXXO on your right. Go straight passing the right turn into Marina Real look for a... More
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