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    Question Andicuri Beach

    This is a view from the Natural Bridge. Has anyone been to Andicuri Beach? How did you get there? I know the surfers can get over there, but I do not see any paths on the satellite nor when we have ever looked for paths while there at the Natural Bridge.

    Would also love to know a way to get to ????

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    Lisa do to http://maps.google.com/ and type the beach name into the search field. A good satellite pic shows up with what appears to be a dirt road that leads to the beach. Hope this hepls.

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    It seems that you cant get there directly from the bridge but would have to head east off of 6. We went this way last year.

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    Would also love to know a way to get to ????

    Lisa, we saw this spot with Madi -- I think it's not far from the "Three Bridges"

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    Thanks everyone. Ironically it is the next landmark south from Andicuri.

    http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=12.537...8&z=18&l=0&m=b

    tspudic
    did you think Andicuri it was worth the drive?
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    Yes, it was Lisa. We had rented a car for the day and just drove around for awhile. We eventually went to the supermarket and grabbed a few things for a picnic then drove some more and found the beach. Noone was there so we had the beach to ourselves, nobody for the longest time was even over at the bridge. I wish the wife had remembered to take the camera. It was nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tspudic View Post
    No one was there so we had the beach to ourselves, nobody for the longest time was even over at the bridge. I wish the wife had remembered to take the camera. It was nice.
    Sounds wonderful!
    Water was too rough to swim right?

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    For the most part yes. I was determined however to snorkle for a bit while the wife was sunbathing.

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    ...and what did you see???
    Sandy bottom, rocky, coral? Fish, critters...
    Inquiring minds want to know

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    I got there by ATV! It was so much fun!

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