Thursday, February 01, 2007

Playa Azul - Michoacan

This was my second time in Playa Azul and I'm a little more impressed than I was last summer. In the winter there are people there, more businesses are open and they keep the town clean. Last summer it looked abandoned. The beach is long and flat with no protection from the open ocean. We watched a number of fishing pangas struggling to get out over the waves. Had a nice sunset but can't recommend a beach restaurant since our dinner was very average. The food stands in the center of town are good for juice and coffee in the morning.

Playa Azul fotos Link

Intersection where highway 200 turns to Playa Azul

The center of beach activity

One very flat and uninteresing beach

Sun setting from a beach palapa restaurant

Fishermen going out for the evening haul


Anonymous said...

Nice fotos - can I come too

Lorraine said...

Thanks for the photos I used to live there and haven't been back in almost 10 years. I really miss the place! Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the pictures they brougth good memories I used to live there, and I haven't been there for olmost 20 years. I would like to see more pic. hope.

oscar colin said...

this is a beutyfuul place, i was there when i was a young and i still love it, I love the seafood and the girls in this place.

Pedro Sanchez said...

Playa Azul Mich. Mex. The South corner of Mich Mex. ones you go there, you always be back for more good memories, is a place were you will find true love from Native people Originally from Playa Azul, " La Playa "

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