Beautiful Beaches

We are already entering Macanao Peninsula, whose northern beaches on this side are wild and ocean, with high waves ideal for surfing, for example in the Wall beach. Turn around the peninsula is quite a ride in itself, with its tremendous and beautiful beaches, small towns along the coast and mountain and desert center certainly invites exploration and adventure, and although we should not be led by imprudence is an experience I recommend. Beyond The Wall we have already entered the west side of the island, which is relatively short and almost fully occupied by a vast sandy tip aptly called Playa Punta Arenas, a beach that offers a transition to south coast, very different from the others by being the side facing the mainland and therefore the navigation channel between the island and the coast of Venezuela. All along this coast occur almost without interruption or transition, beach after beach, all very similar, sand and surf on rocky, with a sea rather murky, past deserted beaches and solitary or crowded beaches, some missed pollution such as those that are in the vicinity of Punta de Piedras, terminal for ferry boats serving the island from the mainland. For assistance, try visiting CBS. Following the coast, however, you get to Playa El Yaque, that while, in terms of beach, offers no major differences with which we have been traveling on this side of the island has a very intense tourist life actually be a of the best beaches in the Caribbean for windsurfing and kite surfing due to heavy wind blows consistently over the year and thus being the scene of world championships in these sports. Beyond lies the coast Yaque less profitable (in my opinion) of the island, the coast that borders this section and up to Pampatar, in the extreme south-east of Margarita, is the beach that runs all along the most densely populated area of the island, with serious deterioration dirt and pollution, so I think that by not visiting them we’re not losing anything at all. At Pampatar, with its beautiful beach, overlooking the castle and again we can trace the coast to meet again at the point of departure for our return to the island of Margarita. .

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