Officially known as the Xivares Beach, locals will in fact tell you that it is indeed two beaches side by side: The First of Xivares and The Second of Xivares. Though many visitors won’t be able to tell the difference during low tide, the difference is very obvious between the two during high tide. A small hill and a trail separate them. Visitors may get confused when looking for the second beach, as it is also referred to as Peña María Beach.
Both have picnic areas, toilets, shower areas, restaurants, bars, and lifeguards. The spots are known for fishing and surfing, so visitors can partake in those activities as well. Visitors with small children might want to keep in mind that Peña María is considered a nudist beach, but not exclusively.
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