Playa Limón, about 20km east of Miches and just outside the hamlet of El Cedro, is a 3km-long, isolated Atlantic beach lined with coconut trees leaning into the ocean – coveted property that you’re likely to have to yourself for much of the time. Horseback-riding tours from Rancho La Cueva sometimes descend upon it a few hours a day, generally from late morning to early afternoon, but it's otherwise all yours.
The rugged area surrounding Playa Limón has two important wetland areas, including Laguna Limón, a serene freshwater body of water surrounded by grassy wetlands and coastal mangroves. The lagoon feeds into the ocean on the eastern end of Playa Limón and is known for bird-watching; tours are organized by Rancho La Cueva. The other lagoon – Laguna Redonda – is just 5km away, but is more commonly visited from Punta El Rey.