Bahía El Órgano
The beach here is good, though the surf can be surprisingly strong. There’s a marina at its east end.
The live Latin bands at this open-to-the-street spot can whip up a good party vibe; the back room has pool tables for quieter moments.
The very clean comedores in La Crucecita’s market serve up good, well-priced food, including egg dishes for M$30 and enfrijoladas ...
Lonely Planet review
Just east of Bahía Maguey, this 250m beach has calm waters that are good for snorkeling, but it lacks comedores . You can walk to it in about 10 minutes along a narrow footpath that heads into the trees from the Santa Cruz–Maguey road.