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    North end of Playa Garza

    by blueskyjohn Updated Jan 25, 2015

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    After leaving the village of Garza, driving north, if you make the first left turn toward the ocean you can reach the north end of Playa Garza. It is possible to drive your car onto the beach during low tide. The sand is very compact. This area has several weathered rock bands at the waters edge and during high tide these would not be visible. It is not recommended to swim here but it is a much quieter section of Garza that is very enjoyable.

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    The Village of Garza

    by blueskyjohn Updated Jan 25, 2015

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    Garza is a small community on the Coastal Road from Samara. It has all the necessities such as a church, small store, restaurant and sand soccer field. Access to the beach is a parking area near the only restaurant I could find. It did not look very appetizing. There are no gas stations in this area other than Samara.

    One good thing about this section of the coastal road, it is paved. A chance to give your bones a break from rattling around.

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    Playa Garza

    by blueskyjohn Updated Jan 25, 2015

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    The Coastal Road passing very near the ocean at Garza. The beach hear is nice but caters to the sport fishing industry. Just off shore there are many boats anchored. The beach is a nice crescent shape. There are quite a few rocks about that were obvious during low tide. This is less than ideal for swimming or wading in the water. In fact I only saw one person in the water here.

    There are warning sign for rip tides so if you do decide to venture into the water, know how to deal with them. There are no lifeguards! You are on your own for self rescue. I would not recommend swimming here.%s%

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