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You can walk from hotel but it’s a steep walk down and then back up and pick your route carefully to understand the best route once on beach it is very soft sand and quite a big area which gives you much space and each...More
Unique in its own way
Created by the volcanic eruptions over the years this beach is one of the few in the world where you get to see the phenomenona of hot and cold water
You can presence the temperature
Beautiful entry to the beach...More
I paddle boarded onto the beach from a day trip on a boat after having really bad sea sickness and had to escape. Very soft sand, really clean beach but as its a windy island the sand kept blowing into you and sticking to everything....More
Fabulous beach once you get there having survived the rocky road and the idiots thereon. Good for swimming take some bread and feed the fish that will swim around you. Nice bar/ cafe at the top well worth a visit.
We visited papagayo beach , and thoroughly enjoyed it .
It's a long bumpy road to the car park , but once there , there's a few wonderful beaches to be had .
We went left passed the first beach by the cafe/restaurant , mainly...More
Clean white sand beach... it was crowded but since there were no shops, no selling stuff... crowd didn’t seem too much .. stayed in water for hours and then lazed on the sand and watched sun set .Car is must to reach the beach.
The remote beaches and headlands are pleasant, although the headlands are perennially windy. The water is wet, the sun is hot . . . .
There are cafe's/restaurants on the headland: they are reasonable value. The only toilets are at the cafes.
The car drive...More
The approach to the beach is by a beautiful walk up the hills and there are stunning views throughout the walk. The beach itself has crystal clear water and the seabed is sandy so it is the most relaxing.
But as a warning, while my...More
On arrival on a lovely sandy beach, in 1404 Jean de Bethancourt landed here, there is across you can see from the beach. Do not be surprised to see naturists sunbathing or swimming. A gentle sloping beach with rocks at the far end where you...More
Hi Anna B
Walking is not an option, it is a tortuous car drive over dirt roads (toll to pay) from Playa Blanca ,we had an SUV and it was bad enough in that , saying that the road is passable in a car as long as you take it... More
Hi Anna B
Walking is not an option, it is a tortuous car drive over dirt roads (toll to pay) from Playa Blanca ,we had an SUV and it was bad enough in that , saying that the road is passable in a car as long as you take it steady.
As with all such attractions get their early to beat the crowds.