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Plenty parking, the beach is very long. Sandy beach, cost to enter the public beach is $5.50 per car. The beach is very close walking distance from the parking area. The water depth is very gradual. In summer weekends the place can be packed
Nice Beach. However my concern and dismay is with respect to how neglected and filthy the public bathrooms are. After entering the men's I only entered halfway and performed a 180 degrees turn to immediately leave to avoid a possible urine or other body fluid...More
We visited several beaches in Cabo Rojo area. The water is calm and clear, but unlike Buye or Combate, I sank in the sand when I tried to walk. That is the only reason I don't say it is number one. However having parking is...More
I was worried about bringing my family here after reading the reviews so my expectations were low. I was so pleasantly surprised! Yes, the facilities are a bit run down and you can see areas that still have hurricane damage. But the beach itself is...More
Since this is government own, it is just going down the drain. It use to be one of the beast beaches (Balnearios) in the whole Caribbean but the government seems to abandonee it. It still nice but it is not half of what it was.
We went on off season so it was pretty calm but nice because you could enjoy it! Daniel the lifeguard was so helpful with things around the beach telling us we’re we can get food also jetski rentals on the weekends!. They have showers and...More
We went on August 9th, 2018. The beach was nice and quiet not many people. But like other reviewers have said..it is rundown. The main thing that bothered me was that I entered the bathroom with my infant son and there was a woman smoking...More
I'm not sure about the hurricane damage, my concern and dismay is with respect to how neglected and filthy the public bathrooms are. At the men's where I only entered halfway and a performed a 180 degrees turn to... More
I'm not sure about the hurricane damage, my concern and dismay is with respect to how neglected and filthy the public bathrooms are. At the men's where I only entered halfway and a performed a 180 degrees turn to immediately leave to avoid a possible urine or other body fluid infection in pool of water and urine on the floor, and frombtge clogged urinals.