My wife and I were enthralled by the experience of visiting Los Hervideros. There is a large (free!) car park with a few vendors selling souvenirs. There is a flat paved path which you follow to view the waves crashing into the rocks. From the main path, their are steps between the rocks. These enable you to get close to the viewing points. Here you could get different perspectives of the action. Numerous coach parties arrived whilst we were there. It seemed like they had only 15-20 minutes there. This meant that we had to wait a short while to reach a viewing platform. As we had a hire car, we could linger for as long as we wanted. The place was only sparsely populated around midday. There were times when the waves collided with the rock walls with such force that water shot over the wall and drenched the unsuspecting visitors. A good tip is not to stand where the path is wet!
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