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Plenty of sand space to lay out and enjoy the sand and the surf. There is one small snack shack for drinks and that is about it. The waves were not very big and in March the water is already cold. It is clean, seems...More
Whilst staying at the Radisson we walked along the coastal footpath quite a way both north & south past. This beach appeared the nicest one. It’s long with dark golden sand and pleasant views in both directions. Early New Years Day cleanup teams were actively...More
Nice place for a romantic walk in an Autumn afternoon!
We walked along the coast from Reñaca to there, a long walk but it deserves the visit. Nice to stay there and look at the sunset. Watch out in the route: buses and some careless...More
One of the more smooth gradient beaches we have been at in Chile. It seems at low tide you have to walk forever out into the Pacific before getting sufficient depth to take the plunge. The Paddle boarders love it as it provides gentle surf...More
This is a broad (not a feature on this geography) and often bathing friendly beach. The surroundings are amazing as are the restaurants and other "beach" attractions. less teens than other beaches, relaxed ambiance, for the family. Beautiful landscapes.Try to visit it.
This is not the prettiest beach. The ugly yellow cement staircases descend on to a rather muddy and yes, Amarillo, yellow beach. What's nicer than the beach are the rocky outcroppings on either side of the beach.. if you're interested in a place to sit...More