This is one of the best family recreation areas in all of Baja, with a wide, shallow swimming beach and a popular surf break along a rocky point at the north end. The beach here is ideal for swimming, gently sloped and hip deep well out into the water. There are many activities to choose from on the beach from Surf board rentals & lessons to horseback riding to beach massages. Simply put, fun for everyone in the family.
Nestled between Las Palmas beach to the north and Cerritos beach to the south and a 5 minute walk from Pueblo Pescadero is Playa Pescadero. This tranquil and expansive stretch of beach is perfect for beachcombing, sunset walks, shore cast fishing, and swimming (with caution).
To the north end of Pescadero beach is San Pedrito, a surf point that draws surfers from around the world when “surf’s up”. Very much a quiet beach community, Playa Pescadero and its surroundings offer a relaxed and “chilled” environment enhanced by unpopulated beaches and farm to table restaurants.
Playa Las Palmas is a smaller quarter mile expansive beach bordered by a reed lagoon and protected by rock promontories on both sides. Groves of palm trees frame this gorgeous small beach located between Pescadero and Todos Santos.
There is a parking area about 200 yards from the beach. This is definitely one of the most picturesque sites on the Pacific Ocean side and well worth the drive..
This is an excellent area for hiking, swimming (with caution) and body surfing. Access to this beach is across private property but is allowed for day use only. Camping and fires are not permitted. Generally very few people use this isolated section of Pacific beach.