Public Beach Access | Wild Camping

Mexico

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
3.1 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
Famille-Lacroix

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Public access to the beach where you can park for the night. Not too much sand

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overcrowded on a Sunday, no space left, its direct in the town, bigger rigs problems to turn

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It is a very nice and perfect place. The inhabitants of El Cuyo no longer want RVs / campers to be parked on these streets because there have been travelers who have thrown their sewage and it is a protected area. Therefore they no longer want them to park in their streets near the beach

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spot parfait, les pneus dans le sable sans enlisement avec vue sur l'eau . plage agréable, sauvage , sans sargasses, pas mal de courant cependant. de l'air agréable pour dormir! pour le remplissage de la cuve d'eau se rendre à la police municipale, a l'entrée du village, en face il y a des réservoirs d'eau.

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excelente lugar para pasar unos días. a unos metros de la playa.

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Calle a un lado del de la base de la marina. tranquila y segura. pasamos aquí varios días. La gente muy amable y el lugar hermoso.

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We were sent here by the police from the other spot. It is a wild area behind the lanchas port.

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It’s a beautyful place and beach. Good restaurants but not so cheap. We stayed 1 week without problems. Telcel 3G is only in the morning available and sometimes middle days or evening. We used same Restaurants with wifi. Very friendly locals. We love it
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It‘s a beautyful place. Same tourists and locals came and go. Quiet place with many coconuts. Telcel 3G but very bad conection. Nice beach.
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We stayed here one night without any problems. We loved el cuyo.

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We spent 2 fabulous night on this spot with our 23fith. At 50 m of the beach, under coconut trees with refreshing breaze and near the Pueblo.

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espectacular, abajo de las palmeras a metros de la playa, por la tarde noche hay mucho mucho viento

spectacular, under the palm trees a few meters from the beach, in the evening there is a lot of wind

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Stayed 2 nights. No one bothered. Nice and quiet. Good to hang a hammock.

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Beautiful wild camp spot. Stayed two nights without any problems. Very friendly locals and nice sleepy beach town.

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Small parking next to the beach. Easy to get to. There were some other cars before night fall. None afterwards. Great little spot.

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Amazing spot. Very few people. Can be windy. We stayed for two nights. No problems.

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Beautiful little alley that bring you down the ocean, super tranquil, cops drove down once or twice to patrol, gave us a wave no dramas.

We did the road from las Colorado’s in a 2wd no problem at all, few bumps but been on Mexican highways a lot worst then this. It is very narrow, no big rigs, wouldn’t go down it with anything bigger then a sprinter, tuck your mirrors in and you’ll be fine. If it’s wet maybe reconsider! Such an amazing part of the world, 1000’s of flamingos!

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Free night and day, a little shade under the coconut trees, a few meters from the water. Spot on the sand. No problem of stagnation. Watch out for the mini thistles in the sand, check your dog's pads.
Great view from morning to evening. You can eat in the village, less than 5 minutes walk. When we were there on a Saturday, there was a wedding on the beach, so more entertainment in the middle of the evening, but quiet at night. No mosquitoes.
Ps: Do not go in the crossing El Cuyo to Las Colodares, it is very long (almost 40km) and the road is difficult (track on a single narrow track with many big holes).
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Gratuit nuit et jour, un peu d’ombre sous les cocotiers, à quelques mètres de l’eau. Spot sur le sable. Pas de problème d’enlisement. Attention au mini chardons présents dans le sable, vérifiez les coussinets de votre chien.
Superbe vue du matin au soir. Vous pouvez vous restaurer au village, moins de 5 minutes à pieds. Lors de notre passage, un samedi, il y avait un mariage sur la plage, donc un plus d’animation en milieu de soirée, mais calme la nuit. Pas de moustiques.
Ps: Ne vous lancez pas dans la traversée El Cuyo vers Las Colodares, c’est très long (presque 40km) et la route est difficile (piste sur une seule voie étroite avec beaucoup de gros trous).

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Public access to the beach where you can park for the night. Not too much sand

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