Lovely shallow bay, half of which has palapas. Run by a “cooperación” which keeps the beach clean. 200 pesos per day for a palapa. Watch out for the kid who will ask you for your cuota (200 pesos) without a receipt! The real person collecting will give you a receipt.

There are vendors who sell various souvenirs as well as those who rent kayaks, boat rides, etc.

2 restaurants - Armando’s and Ana’s. We ate at Armando’s. It was delicious and the portions were huge.

Plumbed toilets behind Armando’s, but don’t expect much....

We didn’t ask about camping because we’re staying somewhere else, but the road in is excellent and we see very large RV’s can access.

No Wi-Fi (even at restaurants)

Blog: amymcfarling

Place: Playa Santispac

Visited: February 16th, 2021

Location: 26.765180, -111.888189