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Los Cabos Surf Lesson at Costa Azul or Cerritos Beach
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“low tide” (3 reviews)
“blue coast” (2 reviews)
“surf area” (2 reviews)
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San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

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Reviewed April 28, 2017

As Platinum owners, this was the most considerate presentation experience we've had - we already have what we need and are not going to switch from US owners to Mexico (for $). The facilities were excellent, and the stay was wonderful. There is an adults...More

Thank lhiner3
Reviewed April 7, 2017

The shore line of this area of the Cape of Baja California is steep with an undertow that is very strong, Many beaches prohibit swimming, Black Flag Days. It is beautiful to look at but dangerous to swim in.

Thank Bruce B
Reviewed March 9, 2017

We had the opportunity to stay 2 nights at this beautiful resort. First of all the staff are amazing, from check in, the restaurants and gift shops everyone was so polite, it was refreshing! We stayed in a 1 bedroom villa with a partial ocean...More

Thank 4feet
Reviewed March 4, 2017

This small beach is worth visiting if you can walk to it. Probably best to visit at low tide when the beach is largest. It's next to a famous surfing beach and has large rock outcroppings that are covered in little snail shells. This is...More

Thank LRadMinneapolis
Reviewed February 17, 2017

Every visit, I go down and spend a portion of my day on this beach, because you are basically all alone wherever you decide to sit. You can swim, watch people surfing, and I have spotted whales in the water, at certain times of some...More

Thank swede560
Reviewed February 3, 2017

This is a great spot. Free. Nice sandy beach. You can't help but love watching the surfers in the big waves.

Thank Jolene F
Reviewed November 24, 2016

You can swim on this beach. You can't swim on them all. Great surf watching. Quiet and relaxing. Highly recommend.

1  Thank CAB1962
Reviewed November 20, 2016

the blue coast is beautiful, but it is not safe for swimming or other water sports because of the strong waves and under tow. We still managed to spend hours walking along it and enjoying the sand and sun

1  Thank robnkim
Reviewed October 21, 2016

Great place to surf from beginner to intermediate if you know where and how. If you are an beginner go with an instructor, The Cabo Surf Hotel offers classes and board rentals. Good food and great view if you are watching. Swimming, again you need...More

Thank Alexandraanja
Reviewed October 9, 2016

You get your first view of Costa Azul as you're headed north-east from Cabo San Lucas and you pass Palmilla and make a low turn to the left. There is a small pull-out area where you can stop and sometimes buy a cold coconut (Cocos...More

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sweeman2016
When and where is the surf competition? Is it close to Los Cabo's?
June 6, 2017|
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Response from Bruce B | Reviewed this property |
My short answer is I don't know. However, you should look up the event on the web either by its name or through events coming up in Los Cabos, and try individually San Lucas del Cabo or San Jose del Cabo.
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