This beach was right down the road from our hotel (Parador). There is a pathway from the road that leads down to the beach. It's about a 5 minute walk down a dirt and rock path, a bit steep so be careful. The beach itself is small, but very picturesque. It's in a protected bay, so the waves are not very strong, and the jungle surrounds the beach on all sides.
There are rocks in the shallow part of the water, so wear water shoes, or get in on the far right side of the beach (facing the water), where there are fewer rocks. Water is great - lots of people swimming, paddling etc. Many boats moored just outside in the bay also.
There are many locals at this beach, as well as tourists, and they rent all kinds of sunbathing and watersports equipment. You can also buy refreshments from home-made stands.
Absolutely gorgeous at sunset but don't stay too late unless you have a flashlight to help you navigate the path back up to the road!
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