We stopped here on a Sunday mid-day - the Concierge at our hotel had said this might be a good place to snorkel - however the waves were too large and intimidated our 11-year old neophyte snorkeler. We have an econobox Nissan rental car and had no problem driving down the dirt road to the beach - however, be careful how far you drive as the sand can trap you if you get too close to the beach. There is one port-a-potty and a Policia Municipal officer watching the cars. There were some tide pools to look through, but not much in them besides small fish and an occasional urchin. Very little shade to be found, no vendors. Interesting rock formations and very picturesque, but cannot recommend for swimming or snorkeling. This is the beach that is closest to the Fiesta Americana Grand - and you can hike to it if the tide is low by climbing over one set of rocks and then two hills. The next bay over is Santa Maria, then the next bay after that is Chileno.
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