These beaches are a dream come true and typical towns full of traditions. Here's what to do in El Capomo, Chacala, and Las Varas.
With extensive virgin beaches of white and soft sand surrounded by a jungle environment and wetlands, they make up a protected natural area of 200 hectares, home to various species of birds and crocodiles. It is an ideal area for camping.
Its town has narrow streets, typical facades, handicraft stores, and cozy restaurants. The main beaches are Las Cuevas, with strong waves and three caverns; Chacalilla, an authentic haven of waves; and La Caleta, ideal for surfers. It has several lodging services. Chacala was recognized as a Gallery Town for its great diversity of bird species.
This place is full of traditions with a pleasant atmosphere located in the heart of the Sierra de Vallejo. Nearby is the Mataiza Lagoon, where you can camp and take a boat ride.