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This is a beautiful beach with a lot going on! It's not the most pristine beach we saw during our visit, but it is the one (potentially only one in the area) that gives you a great beach experience with lots of eating and drinking...More
There are a couple miles of beach here with nearly no people. It's a great place to find shells or swim and even surf if you're not too good at it. You have the nice tide pools at low tide as well. You can enjoy...More
Everything you could want - great surfing waves for learning on high tide, excellent skimboarding on low tide, safe shallow waters for kids to play, but with some waves for bodysurfing and fun, great bars and restaurants along the highwater line, surf schools, beach volleyball,...More
Although I am not a surfer, I was able to watch some surfers catching great waves. Along the beach there is places to rent kayaks and surfboards. They provide surfing lessons as well.
The beach has a fun vibe to it. Many locals selling Costa...More
I love this beach, the waters are warm, shallow and family friendly. There are several beachfront restaurants and many water activities. Not too touristy with a local feel. The roads are paved and an easy drive. The Samara Info Center was very helpful too.
We drove down from Potrero and the drive was fun. When we arrive we headed to the beach for sunset and dinner. The waves were crashing and we watched the surfers till it grew dark and they came in. Then we stopped for dinner and...More