Nov 17, 2005, 1:17 PM
Post #4 of 4
That is the main thing we do here, enjoy our beach, although you can hike over to Playa las Frideras or at the far end of the beach there is a steep path and you follow it till you arrive at the little, almost private, beach, there is a little restaurant there that is sometimes open. Just past this beach is an even more hidden beach, and past that is a trail to a Laguna and furthur on you arrive at Punta Raza a very long, virgen beach, with big surf, barely accessible by vehicle from nearbye Monteon, but from Los Ayala is a nice, not too strenuous 1.5 hour hike. Bring a lunch since no where to eat there, unless you walk to El Monteon or pick mangos or guayabas!
You can also walk or rent horses to take you to the the top of the mountains surrounding los Ayala, magnificent, panoramic views!
Anna in los Ayala