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What to do on Margarita's Beaches
Beaches are, were, and will always be Margarita's first attraction. Whatever your expectations. From a calm, crystal-like extension of peaceful waters, to the curved-wavy tided, perfect for surfing, windsurfing and other groovy water sports. Lonely or crowded, all of them with white sand, beaches for everybody from the whole wide world.You can journey through winding canals and lagoons on wooden boat tours throughout these waters. You will see schools of colorful fish and a variety of shore birds including pelicans wading for their meals.
Organized tours are available to take you through the small towns and villages throughout Margarita. Spanish churches and forts, colonial castles, beautiful beaches and tropical valleys dot the countryside. For a change of pace, visit Los Roques National Park for snorkeling and swimming and don’t forget to experience the speed sailing along the beach at Coche Island – a day trip from El Yaque by boat. You can also get hairbraiding done at Playa el Agua and at most other beaches. Ladies are always sitting by with a chair and their signs with their prices listed.
 
     

Daytime activities:

Windsurfing Sailing TripsRain Forest Hike Bird Watching
Roller Blading Kite SurfingBeach VolleyballJeep Safaris
Lagoon TripsIsland ToursKayak FishingForts/Museums
Horseback Riding Coche Island SnorkelingAir Tours to Angel FallsLos Roques National Park
  
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Duty Free Shopping – look for bargains on clothing, shoe wear, perfumes, leather goods, liquor, local handicraft work in baskets, pottery, hammocks and pearls.
  
Ride a Jet Ski
Fly and Ultra-Light Airplane
Go Kayaking
Surfing

 

Click here to see all of Margarita Island Beaches and see the links below for tons of pictures from an excellent website that has more than 1000+ photos taken while on Margarita Island.
Margarita Beaches
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Top less or top free, Nude sunbathing .....

Isla de Margarita is frequented by European visitors, so topless sunbathing is common here. Topless sunbathing has been seen often even on the decks of cruise ships visiting the islands. Nude beaches are plenty ...especially up in the Macanao area too. Many tourists on Margarita are perfectly comfortable with going topfree on the numerous beaches. The beaches are not especially designated as 'topless', and in fact, the locals usually use the top, but people don't think anything special about topless tourists - nobody seems to be bothered by it. Many do so at Playa el Agua. And, of course breastfeeding in public is a no-big-deal type of thing also. You will often see local people nursing their babies in buses, in waiting halls, stores, beach, etc.

You can also see more info about topless sunbathing at this site which has lots more photos of Margarita Island beaches: http://www.margaritaislandbeaches.info/topless/

New !! A great site about Margarita Beaches and has taken tons of photos while at the beaches. Please see ths site: http://www.margaritaislandbeaches.info

Coche
 
Pampatar Beach
La  Restinga
 
El Yaque Beach
Punta Arenas
Playa El Agua
 

 

See our other photos, slideshow presentations on El Guamache Cruise Ship Port, La Aldea- Pearl center, Sambil and our Margarita Island slideshow of over 200 photos! Click on the photos below and you're off to see more photos of Margarita.

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La Aldea Pearl Center
 
Sambil Photos
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