We arrived in Taganga after camping a couple of nights in El Cabo in Tayrona. We hadn't booked anywhere and with a number of the b&b's full or just offering dormitory space we ended up on the beach front at Casa D'mer. Having spent most of our time in friendly guest houses, Casa D'mer initially seemed a little too formal. We even left to check out Bayview before coming back. I am so glad we did. It's at the quiet end of the beach and is run by a family who make you feel very welcome. At 56,000 Columbian pesos for a room with a shower it was one of the best value places we stayed in during our trip to Columbia. Our tent in El Cabo Tayrona cost the same per night. We had the place almost to ourselves and the view from the balcony watching the sun go down makes your shoulders relax and feel that you really are on holiday. Loved it... and would recommend it to anyone wanting to freshen up and feel a bit more civilised after a few days in the National Parks. Taganga has a real sense of fun with the locals enjoying themselves as much as the tourists. The beaches are not that great, they are small and most of the soft sand has been blown away by the strong winds, but its a far more relaxing place than Santa Marta. We'd heard Taganga had been spoilt by becoming too popular too quickly, but it seems to have found a rythm that really works.
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- Our location is ideal, we are close to everything but in a quiet area. Enjoy our pleasant terrace on the top or a refreshing swim in our small pool floor. Taganga and around you live multiple experiences. ... more less
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