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Playa Los Cerritos

629 Reviews

Playa Los Cerritos

629 Reviews
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Todos Santos Day Trip from Cabo San Lucas

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Visit Todos Santos, a community of thriving artisans, on this day trip from Cabo San Lucas. Travel along the Pacific Coast to the eclectic little town situated near the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. You’ll stop by a variety of art galleries and shops then sit down for a buffet lunch at the Hotel California. Numbers are limited to ensure personalized attention from your professional guide.
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Lone K wrote a review Sep 9
West Bend, Wisconsin34 contributions15 helpful votes
This is a surfer beach that attracts a lot of people, and people with dogs. Personally, I wish they didn't allow dogs running freely on the beach. They are crapping and peeing all over it. People also use the water or beach to relieve themselves. Although there are some Port-o-Potties at the north end of the beach, Cerritos totally lacks any other "restroom" facilities except at the restaurants. This is becoming a serious problem as Cerritos Beach has become more well known. One occasion after being there, I had flu symptoms and I swear it was from some virus I picked up at the beach. Don't get me wrong, it's a good place to come to surf, watch surfers, or even learn to surf. There are well-qualified, local instructors. And it's the only beach I know of with a vigilant life guard. (Consider tipping him.) But if you don't have a chair to bring, rent one. Beware if you lay on the sand with a towel the sand might look clean but it's not sanitary. And watch for the rip tides if you stray away from where the life guard keeps watch. He's a good guy and warns people where the currents are. Just watch were the surfers are going out -- they ride the currents out, and surf in. (Don't swim where the surfers go out.) One more thing, the massage gals can be a bit annoying but bargain with them and you can get a decent massage. The jewelry and blanket vendors really need your measley $500Pesos. It makes a difference in their lives. So barter a bit and buy. I was skeptical about the silver, but it's ok. The gem-stones might be plastic. (They'll be warmer to the touch.) And the bedspread-like blankets which can be used as large beach-towels are great all-cotton creations at a decent price. Good souvenirs. Buy local. After the beach closures this spring and summer, people are hungry. But please be sure to take a crap at your hotel before you come.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Bill B wrote a review Sep 1
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico231 contributions43 helpful votes
An awesome beach. Very popular surfing destination. The beach is miles long and easy to to find a more quite spot. We love pet beaches like this for our 3 dogs. HOWEVER, many dogs run freely and unleashed on the beach . This leads to dog fights and dog poo the owners (if any) do not pick up. Please be respectful of public pet freindly beaches. Keep your dog on a lead and "pick up" after them.
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Date of experience: August 2020
BLANCA D wrote a review Aug 2020
Katy, Texas80 contributions10 helpful votes
Great surf spot for those who surf. Had a great time with the family walking along the beach and going for a dip. However, I would not recommend it for those with small children.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Wendy V wrote a review May 2020
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada1,102 contributions99 helpful votes
We don't surf, so we were not attracted by the waves, but we enjoyed walking the beach. There were beach chairs and umbrellas to rent, and lots of surfers to watch, and whales spouting in the distance if you watched carefully enough. We were staying with friends in the community here and could understand the appeal of this beach for walking and surfing. There weren't too many people there that day, so it was a great place to chill out.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Andrew C wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom15 contributions3 helpful votes
Five stars if you surf, none if you don't! Fairly hippy boho spot, but better beaches if you don't surf.
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Date of experience: February 2020