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All reviews bike lane rent a bike the cliff great walk palm trees south end people watching street vendors golden zone olas altas across the street lots of restaurants beautiful beach old town seafood city tour statues
Maybe not the best area for 16-25 year olds, but still a hustling and bustling place for young and older couples. Obviously a lot of beach vendors, but not aggressive in any way. The beach is nice, with plenty of opportunities for drinks and snacks
We walked the length of the Malecon from the Old Town to the Zona Dorada - a total of around 12km. Its a really easy and flat wide paved pathway that runs along the beach and gives great views from the lighthouse through to the...More
The Malecon itself is almost finished. A few final touches and repairs to what was done too hastily. The street paralleling the Malecon is still not done. Limited traffic which is nice but some stores and restaurants were closed or quiet as a result.. Should...More
Response from orangeboots | Reviewed this property |
There are beach vendors at brujas to rent chairs and umbrellas, but I don’t remember there being any chair vendors on malecon... maybe there are on cruise ship days. We avoid all things near town on cruise ship days... you... More
There are beach vendors at brujas to rent chairs and umbrellas, but I don’t remember there being any chair vendors on malecon... maybe there are on cruise ship days. We avoid all things near town on cruise ship days... you will have to take a taxi to brujas.