Loved to watch the surfers do their thing. The waves pounded and they rode them on boogie boards and surf boards. So great!
This beach is close to the Histoirc Zone. It can be rough if the wind is up, but the Malecon which runs along side makes for really good exercise either roller blading (which you can rent), cycling (which you can rent) or just walking. Nice to just sit on the wall with a coffee (from Loonie bean) and watch the... More
sights, sounds, food and really good coffee. the only place to be on the Saturday night of Carnival...extremely busy, lots of families and great fireworks. The hats, wigs and masks are all fun...ENJOY!
Olas Altas beach is very popular with the locals and on weekends quite crowded. Numerous restaurants along the stretch offer good food. It's tough to choose where to eat. Lots of food carts to choose from as well. Drive up Constitucion for a real experience.
Really where the Malecon starts. It's a nice walk form the start on the south side to around the corner going north to where the cliff divers are. That is around 1/2 mile one way. Do not miss the roof top bar at the top of the Best Western/ Freeman Hotel at the south part of that beach. Can't miss... More
What a great collection of restaurants and bars along the beautiful Olas Altas malecón! I thoroughly enjoy the food at Cueva de León and the music at the Fonda de Chalio. And then, there is t he coffee at the Looney Bean.
The food, people, beach and water cannot be beat. I have been to Tahoe, Baja, Palm Springs. Hawaii. Cozumel, San Fran, L.A. S.D., PV and others. Love Atlas!
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