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Playa Grande, Taganga
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
A short walk out of the town, Playa Grande is a beach well-loved by the locals who flock to it during holidays. Backed by gentle, green hills, and lined with fine, white sand against emerald waters, this is a nice place to soaking up the rays. Reach the beach via an ecological path or by a quick boat trip. Take a dip in the clear water and top it off with a fresh catch served up by the many seaside restaurants. Our Taganga trip builder makes visiting Playa Grande and other Taganga attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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La verdad es que habíamos oído mucho de este lugar y fue una total decepción. Al llegar a Taganga uno se desilusiona -lleno de botes y lanchitas y canto rodado em la orilla- y acepta al ofrecimiento d... read more »The truth is that we had heard a lot of this place and was a total disappointment. Arriving at Taganga one become disillusioned - full of boats and lanchitas and em Boulder shore - and accepts the offer to go to a more secluded beach... ERROR... Yes it is secluded but poorly cared (and also has beach of canto roddo). Chairs and chairs occupy the coast and leave nearly beach. Back there is a free space at the bottom eaters (which cheap non-COP18mil chicken and COP20 the Red Minnow - va photo-). If in just 200m from the beach, you want to offer kayaking, banana, Jet Ski, ice cream - the photo of the floating ice cream pin-, massage, crafts, cocadas, coffee, and also that they Park the boats that bring you to the beach... This is your place. If you would like to spend a while and enjoy the nature save disappointment.show original
en esta epoca del Huracan Mattew, no fue muy buena la experiencia, la playa estaba un poco sucia. los turistas tuvimos que recoger basura de la playa. pienso que si los mismos habitantes cuidan de est... read more »at this time of Huracan Mattew, the experience was not very good, the beach was a little dirty. the tourists had to collect garbage from the beach. I think that if the same people take care of this beach can be an excellent place to learn, "restaurants" in the area do not have good service, besides that it is super expensive to take to a gas. It could be a great place to unwind and enjoy this beach, but needed much cleaning it.show original
Taganga es una pequeña ciudad bonita pero muy turística. En alta temporada hay demasiado gente en las playas y los restaurantes. Cosas a ver en Santa Marta.Taganga is a small town very touristy but beautiful. In high season there are too much people on the beaches and restaurants. Things to see in Santa Marta.show original
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