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Santa Maria Beach 

Santa Maria Beach Cabo

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This quiet little cove is a white crescent of sand framed by two steep hillsides. The water here is great for swimming and snorkelling, as fish frolic in the rock outcroppings on both sides of the bay. There are no showers or bathrooms here, which cuts down on the beach traffic in general (just be sure to bring your own water for drinking and rinsing off). The parking lot is a dusty little affair at the end of the road, but a friendly security guard is usually on duty making sure your belongings are safe. For many, Santa Maria is the epitome of Cabo: unspoiled, beautiful and often deserted.

There is currently a lot of development going around this little gem of a beach so it may be that sooner or later easy access will not be possible. Although all beach access is public in Mexico, more and more resorts are making it as hard as possible for locals and visitors to get to them unless you are a guest. This is a real shame and there have been numerous protests in Cabo by locals and visitors alike to ensure that the beaches remain free and open to all.

Lets hope that Santa Maria remains open to all.

 

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