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Beautiful small beach with lovely sand. You can go there by taxi from Puerto Escondido.
It has waves and surfers training. You can chill in the cafes and have a good time. We were there in August- October 2017, the water was always warm. Do...More
This place is a beautiful cove, part of the greater area of Puerto Escondido. I took a surfing lesson there, then stayed there the rest of the day! They have different restaurants with palapas, you have the option of paying for the palapa use or...More
It's a small but super nice beach, the only thing we didn't like is that most of the places charge you 200 pesos for sunbeds and umbrella. there is one place at the end of the beach that let you use the sun beds for...More
Very pretty beach, nice and quiet spot for relaxing and swimming without risk of drowning because of the big waves from the open sea. The thing is that the restrooms are horrible, stinky and dirty, and you even have to pay! Beside that, very nice...More
Overcrowded with restaurants. Surf guides think they own the break. Seen someone get their wave only to have an instructor push in front and get hit by his board, cut his cheek, then this bloke was surrounded by instructors claiming it was his fault and...More
Is a very nice and small beach, surrounded by rocks, with beautiful turquoise water and nice not to wild waves. Now all the space has been invaded by chairs, sand beds and umbrellas, that are rented for the day. The place is crowded with people...More
Looking for a chill beach to take a book and read? Learn to surf or catch some waves in this lovely bay? Do not miss Playa Carrizalillo! Be ready to walk down a series of stone stairs and save some energy to walk up!