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English (Traducir este texto en Español): Drive on route no.1 and just before Todos Santos village you'll see a gate enter it and drive about 5 minutes in the unpaved road untill you reach a restaurant + RV park.
DistanciaViaje de un día
LlegadaAcceso directo (< 5min)
¿Fácil de encontrar?Fácil de encontrar
¿Acceso publico?Acceso publico
Acceso especialNo sé
Calidad de las olasNormal
ExperienciaSurfistas con experiencia
FrecuenciaFunciona con frecuencia
TipoArrecife de rocas
DirecciónDerecha y izquierda
FondoArrecife (corales, rocas afiladas, etc...)con arena
Longitud normalCorta (< 50m)
Longitud máximaNormal (50 a 150m)
Buena dirección de la resacaNorte, Noroeste, Oeste
Dirección del vientoSudeste, Este
Talla de la resacaEmpieza en Menos de 1m / 3ft y permanece hasta el
Condición de mareaTodas las mareas
Mejor movimiento de mareaMarea descendente
Poblado durante la semanaMuchos surfistas
Poblado en fines de semanaMuchos surfistas
- Erizos de mar
English (Traducir este texto en Español): You can stay camping on the beach or in the Cabinas.Also RV parking. Good restaurant, so there is no need to leave the area. Surfing is best early morning and afternoon. By noon it gets windy and the waves drop. consistent waves. Water are a bit cooler than Los-Cabos.
English (Traducir este texto en Español): This is a really chill-out place. Many US's stoping by on the way to Los Cabos and stay there for a day or two. Beautiful and clean beach.<br /><br />Pedrito is crowded all week long during the winter months due to the campers/surfers on the beach. Very few surf spots in the area so Pedrito is the "go to" spot for campers and locals alike.
English (Traducir este texto en Español): San Pedrito has suffered in recent years. Hurricane Julliete shifted the bottom and on most days, the wave is little more than a glorifed close-out. On the rare good day, the longboarders with the thick leashes and the novice (what do I do now?) , become irritating obstacles dangerous to themselves and to the more responsible surfers. I guess that ignorance is bliss. I tire of educating the uneducated.
Por don.billings , 27-11-2008
Got it head high+ - Surfer it just one day, had both a SW & West hitting it. The dual swell made fun shifting peaks. The wave had a good steep takeoff with a very makeable lined up face. Down the line surfing for sure. Sand beach leading to a rocky point, at head high+, the wave broke fairly close to the rocks, beginners won’t like it. The vibe was not too bad, I spent some time B.S.ing with the locals, be cool and nobody will mess with you. After 3 hours I was spent, lots of waves in a short time.
Por Anonymous , 30-12-2007
La Pastora - San Pedrito is a pretty fun wave but La Pastora is nicer on a NW swell with clean conditions. Just watch out for the gringo with a blond walrus stache who sits on the best peak where the wide ones come in. That guy will burn you every chance he gets.
Por East Coaster , 09-02-2007
Cobblestone Pointbreak - When I was surfing in the Todos area for 2 months in the Fall/Winter of 1998, and when I was in Baja Sur for 3 months in the Spring/Summer of 2000 (camping at Los Cerritos and Nine Palms), the best wave in that Todos Santos area was La Pastoral. It's north of Todos Santos about 10 minutes on a bumpy dirt road. Pat Curren (Tom Curren's dad) supposedly owns one of the nice houses on the point.It's a hollow breaking right-hand wall, with a short hollow (shallow) inside tube that closes shut quickly. There really aren't any beginners and there are some Local Gringos that are dicks. But it is so uncrowded with so many waves it doesn't really matter, and if you surf good and respectful you will get your fill of waves wuth no hassles. You can camp in the parking lot, or camp close to it, just don't camp on somebody's land. The break is like an advanced Trestles with a shallow tube. At 2-4 foot it is a playful powerful cobblestone point break, at 6-12 foot-plus it looks like Hawaii. Perfect barrels, long walls, so clean in the morning but once the wind gets up, it's time for Los Cerritos. There is a lot of sea life out there with whales coming with in 20 feet of you.Oh yeah, backwash is funny there and the tides make huge differences, but when it is on, it is a lot better of a spot than Pedritos or Cerritos. It is out of the way and has a really soulful vibe to it, and wasn't to known back in 1998. It might be different now.
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