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If staying at any of Decameron hotels you’ll have a free ride to “club de playa Decameron” just make sure you reserve your stop the day before you cuz something they runout. If you do this you will have alcohol and food included as in...More
You can walk in polonaise with other tourists to this cayó. We tried to snorkel but there's not much to see. We didn't dare to go a bit further out because of all the jetski's flying around. Unfortunately also a lot of glass in the...More
Very pretty beach with snorkeling. You can walk through the water to a nearby island. Food and drink good right on beach with lockers, a restaurant , small cabana, but try the unripe mangoes sold right on the beach w salt and lime juice,,,, wonderful!
It's a nice beach with 3 restaurants and many bars (stands). From here you can walk to this other tiny island where you can snorkel and see a lot of fish. There is also a shipwreck you can check out, they don't recommend you to...More
Unfortunately the island has no real amazing beaches compared to Brazil or the USA. This one is the better of the two but so cramped, barely 20feet wide but less than 200 feet and so tiny you would think you were in Italy in the...More
White powdery Sand, turquoise sea, a dead coral reef and a small island shipwreck to explore! What more can you ask for? Weather a bit rough when we visited so strong swimmers only should go to the island and wear shoes for the sharp rocks!...More
Really busy friendly beach side where you can walk across to the island. Turquoise warm waters with loads of fish and sea life.
I didn’t trust anyone with my belongings though. They had some rusty lockers for hire but they were clearly unsafe.
My partner and I were very excited to visit Rocky Cay for the 2nd day in a row, as the day before was great. The day before we had met this lovely guy who worked at the Rastafarian bar on the beach, we had drinks...More