lovely beach that goes on for miles, there is plenty of parking and other services (i.e. restrooms). But it probably gets crowded (not when we were there), and you do get the beach vendors coming every once in a while. The access road, like pretty much every one in the area, is bumpy, but doable, though it seems to go on for a while. If you want a quieter more secluded beach, try Las Palmas, up the road, closer to Todos Santos. None of this are marked, so definitely ask the locals and even then, pay close attention, easy to get lost in that dessert.
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