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The malecon is about three blocks long with a divided road. The sidewalk is on both the ocean and land side. It is a clean area and well lit. Locals use this area as a place to drive and hang out. The land side has...More
Walking, running, enjoying the beach or visiting with the local fishermen, the Malecon has a lot of charm. When the water is warmer, swimming, paddle boarding, fishing, watching the sea birds particularly the brown pelicans diving for fish right in the marina. You can book...More
Every day we walked the Malecon. It extends from beyond the marina to the end of the beach-maybe a mile and a half. It's a nice flat surface-great for a walk or a short jog. The views are breathtaking; you can't get any closer to...More
We spent three days in Loreto and stayed in town on the beach. Probably the thing we enjoyed most was wondering around the quaint town and along the Malecon. Not sure we'll be back, but we are glad for the quick get-away.
Loreto's malecon is beloved by locals and visitors. It is wide, level, and appealing to look at. It is well kept by the City and serves as a great place to run, walk or slowly stroll. I particularly like to be out just before sunrise....More
There is a very nice beach right beside the marina. Which is about 3 blocks north of the road to the town square. Good sand and gentle slope in the water. There is also another beach on the south end of the Malecon, in front... More
There is a very nice beach right beside the marina. Which is about 3 blocks north of the road to the town square. Good sand and gentle slope in the water. There is also another beach on the south end of the Malecon, in front of the Oasis hotel. Enjoy.