This road stretches all the way from the mountains and misty forests down to the tropical beach on the border of Lake ... More
Ruta del Bosque y de la Playa
This road stretches all the way from the mountains and misty forests down to the tropical beach on the border of Lake Maracaibo. Be warned; it is not a day trip. Along the way you will find many interesting places so do not forget to bring a camera. Highlights include the Juan Rodríguez Suarez Lookout, and the La Chorrera de Las Gonzalez waterfall. The journey continues on to Cano Zancudo, heads right through the plain, and finally reaches Palmarito where while relaxing on the beach and sipping a tropical drink under a coconut tree, you are sure to wonder that just a few hours ago, you were looking at the snows on Bolívar's Peak.
This is a famous, 250 metre long beach with black sand. It was here that the little port of La
Madera was constructed, through which lots of goods entered Telde. As well as bathing and relaxing, you can take ...
Playa de Concha (Shell Beach) is in the middle of El Sardinero. Its name probably comes from the hundreds of
little shells that wash up on the shore, although some say it is related to legends of a female ...
This beach is about 3 kilometres northwest of Santander, on the San Pedro del Mar river. It can be reached
via the Monte district on the outskirts of the city limits. The beach is sheltered, boasts fine ochre colored ...