On the island's eastern tip (near the now closed refinery), this semicircular beach borders a placid bay of turquoise water that's just about as shallow as a wading pool—perfect for tots, shore divers, and terrible swimmers. Thatched shaded areas are good places to cool off. Down the road is the island's rather unusual pet cemetery. Stop by the nearby snack trucks for burgers, hot dogs, beer, and soda. The road to this beach (and several others) is through San Nicolas
and along the road toward Seroe Colorado. Just before reaching the beach, keep an eye out for a strange 300-foot natural seawall made of coral and rock that was thrown up overnight when Hurricane Ivan swept by the island in 2004. Amenities: food and drink. Best for: snorkeling; swimming; walking.