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After having visited La Chocolatera, La Loberia and La Puntilla" go to "Lui e Lei" a true jewel of local delicacies. Ask for the crab claws tempura with orange sauce, the seafood linguini or the fish fingers. Bertila the owner will delight you with her...More
Nothing special about this place. It is calm beach, with some entertainment available. Surprisingly it is clean and no loud music around. There are eateries around. Some people trying to sell you stuff but it's is manageable. Water is not very warm but it's ok.they...More
Salinas Malecon has many wonderful restaurants, vendors offering anything from food and beer to seating and umbrellas. There are vendors offering scenic boat trips, wave runners, kayak and paddle board rentals to name a few. It is a full service entertainment area.
During the day this area is great! Walk by and to one side you have the incredible beaches, to the other restaurants, shops and a little of everything at hand.
At night, like in many other places like this, it's another story. A 15 minute...More
We have been here five weeks, including through Carnival and the Malecon is where everyone walks and plays. Apparently it will be redone as the way it is currently constructed, the tide and waves wash up over it often. Not as beautiful as those in...More
My girlfriend and I went to visit another girlfriend of ours. We stayed at Chagana Lodge Hostal, this was our 3rd time staying there. We had Breakfast at Jazz Cafe and Lunch at Jimmy's. The Malecon was set up for Christmas.
Just like any beach town, you can stroll with store fronts and lots of restaurants. Beach is fairly clean and the streets are safe. You just need to be careful on one side of the street as there are large pot holes but the other...More
Nice walk, not too crowded today. Got some great prices from the local street vendors, on purses and sunglasses. There are public bathrooms available (free of charge) but you do have to take your own toilet paper.