1 | Arashi Beach
Arashi Beach is a favorite spot among snorkelers and windsurfers, though a very pleasant experience can be had on shore as well. Tropical huts dot the beach for shade, and just off the beach, fascinating wildlife can be admired.
The center of Tierra Del Sol is located less than a mile (a kilometer and a half) southeast of this beach.
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1 | Boca Catalina
Located in between Malmok and Arashi beaches, Boca Catalina is a popular spot for snorkelers, divers, and sunbathers. Thatched huts offer shady spots, and the calm, clear turquoise waters make it a good spot for kids to get in the water.
This beach is situated within traveling range from Palm Beach, just 0.7 miles (1.1 km) west of the center of Tierra Del Sol.
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2 | Malmok Beach
Water sports are a particularly popular activity at Malmok, but if lounging in the sand is your thing, no worries. The atmosphere is relaxed and you can watch as sailboats and catamarans come in and out during the day to let snorkelers off in the shallow waters.
Travelers can find this beach in the heart of the neighborhood of Malmok, a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from Boca Catalina.
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1 | Hadicurari Beach
Hadicurari is home to the Hi-Winds World Challenge, a pro-am windsurfing competition. Windsurfing is the most popular sport in the area and visitors have ample opportunities to learn new skills or practice what they already know.
When coming from the center of Tierra Del Sol, go three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) to the south west to reach this beach.
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The interactive map above highlights the location of 4 beaches in Malmok.
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