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Sandy Beach

Staying at any of the popular resorts in Rocky Point? Chances are the beautiful ocean view from your balcony is Sandy Beach. Offering shallow waters that invite you to enjoy the ocean or take in a beach massage. If you're looking for the perfect treasure to remember your stay at Rocky Point. You're in luck there are plenty of vendors ready to sell you the perfect souvenir. Don't forget the sun block, towels. water shoes and shade.

Playa Hermosa Beach

Public beach located off of Calle 13 (13th Street) in Rocky Point that offers ample parking and fun in the sun. Enjoy an easy going day at the beach or book an water activity. This beach has it all from vendors selling sunglasses to pina coladas made from fresh pineapple. Feeling a little tense and need help to unwind? Try a massage offered right on the beach next to the Sea of Cortez - paradise. Things to bring to the beach are chairs, towels, water shoes, cooler, sun block and shade. Forgot some of those items - relax the vendors have many of those items for sale. Welcome and enjoy your day at the beach.

 

Mirador Beach

Public beach located at Old Port in Rocky Point that offers more privacy to the beach enthusiast with fewer vendors. Things to bring to the beach are chairs, towels, water shoes, cooler, sun block and shade. Need a break from the sun enjoy a quant bar that's a local favorite called Payita located right on the beach. Looking for a great time in Old Port just travel down the road and visit Manny's with great ocean views, extensive bar and pool with swim up bar. Enjoy the great service, drinks and food.

 

Tucson Beach

Just 15 minutes east of Rocky Point catch the small fishing town of Cholla Bay. On Calle F past the Oyster House Restaurant and JJ's Bar is a local hot spot of Tucson Beach. A unique landscape carved out of lava rock enjoy watching fish jump right before your eyes. This beach is more private with few vendors , but if I could recommend taking a look at the unique wood carvings of the locals. Things to bring to the beach are chairs, towels, water shoes, sun block, cooler and shade. Relax and catch the sunset with little interruptions. On your way back to town stop and get a drink and a casual burger at JJ's bar or try a fresh sea food dinner at the Oyster House.

 

Pelican Beach

Farther down the road on Calle F in Cholla Bay is Pelican Beach a hidden local snorkeling treasure. An underwater camera is a must to capture the colorful reef and wildlife that reside there. Of course get a up close look at the Pelicans that call the beach home. Things to bring to the beach are chairs, towels, water shoes, shade, cooler and shade. Hungry after a day of sun and snorkeling head to JJ's Bar for a burger or the Oyster House for a fresh sea food meal.

 

Las Conchas

Las Conchas Beach is a public beach located 9km from Rocky Point surrounded by private homes this beach offers a private and exclusive experience. With an unique shelling encounter that displays a colorful assortment of sizes to make this beach day memorable. The 6 miles stretch of pristine interaction with the natural wildlife habitat of the Morua Estuary is protected by the environmental organization CEDO. Otherwise, known at the Intercultural Center of Deserts and Ocean Studies. An organization dedicated to preserving the biodiversity of the area. The CEDO offers guided tours of the Morua Estuary offering the experience of 140 different species of birds that call Las Conchas home. Feel free to kayak or walk along the beach and explore the shallow natural tide pools .Kick back and enjoy the sound of the Sea of Cortez and take in the sunshine. Things to bring with you are chairs, towels, water shoes, sun block, cooler and shade.

 

Mayan Palace Beach

Mayan Palace Beach is located approximately 29 km from the town of Rocky Point that offers high class beaches. Surrounded by private timeshare homes enjoy family activities and fun in the sun. Take in the day with reading a book or catch a ride on the banana boats this beach has it all. Things to bring to the beach are chairs, towels, water shoes, sun block, cooler and shade. Located on the beach are the Mayan Palace restaurants, but bring your wallet as food is on the pricey side.

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