Playa La Cachora Beach

Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Playa La Cachora
Access via the La Cachora road. Suitable for walking, fishing, whale watching, relaxing or sunbathing. The La Cachora beach has become popular with skim boarders.

Excerpt from L. A. Times Article – March 17, 2002
Playa la Cachora is a broad swath of sand backed by verbena-trimmed dunes, a good spot for strolling and sunset-watching. If you walk south along Playa la Cachora, you’ll come to Las Pocitas, also known as La Poza de Lobos. Along the back edge of the beach is a freshwater lagoon, La Poza, and toward the south end a rocky ridge heads inland. La Cachora and Las Pocitas beaches are often marred by undertow and heavy shore break, dangerous for swimming, except during the summer, when there are occasional long periods of relative calm.

Playa La Cachora is a good sunset-watching and strolling beach; follow Calle Topete across the arroyo, and immediately on the other side, turn left on a sand road leading west to the beach.