Playa Ejecutiva - Executive Beach
The beach is clean, but sometimes the tide brings in flotsam and natural refuse like seaweed that collects at the far ends of the beach.
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One of the smaller beaches of Contadora also carries the status of one of the most beautiful on the island. On land, the landscape of the Executive Beach is divided between rocks, enclosed vegetation, coconut palms and white sand. At sea, the water surpasses the common color and surprises with incredible shades between blue and green that confuse the head, and the vision, of the visitors.
The beach, although easily accessible by car, is almost deserted. This fact can be explained by the wind that constantly strikes that side of the island. Nothing that distances the tourists, who can choose between staying in the fine sand or on the stones that seem to have been carved, such beauty.
Lauda Executive is a smallish, pocket beach on Isla Contadora, but its pleasures are far out of proportion to its size. 'With no riptides around the island, the waves are gentle and relaxing making it a perfect place for children to splash and play. The beach is also spectacular for stargazing - the Milky Way is easily discernible in the night sky. ' If you like secluded beaches with warm, clear, turquoise water and soft yet walkable, white sand, then you will like Executive Beach.
The beach is clean, but sometimes the tide brings in flotsam and natural refuse like seaweed that collects at the far ends of the beach. Although small yachts sometimes dock just off the beach providing a party atmosphere, contadora is not that heavly visited so you have to come prepared.
NOTE: NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON THE BEACH
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