Northern beaches of Piura
Cabo Blanco, Ñuro, Punta Veleros, Los Órganos, Vichayito, Pocitas and Mancora, are just some of the beaches on the north coast of Piura, located in the province of Talara (118 km north from the city of Piura) with guaranteed sun almost throughout the year, each offering different alternatives, some for deep sea fishing, whale watching, other ideal for surfing and katesurfing, for rest and relaxation and others for great fun.
In recent years there has been an important tourist services associated with its warm beaches for rest and relaxation and paradise for lovers of surfing the great waves and good fun, or big game fishing. Prevails in the fine dining fish and shellfish. There are several accommodation options, some beachfront and more economical in every town. It also has the concept of hotel, room only and others with an all-inclusive, there are houses and bungalows for rent.
As an alternate activity for nature lovers, from these beaches is easy to access and visit to Cerros de Amotape National Park.
Hoe to get to Northern Beaches
To get the northern beaches from Lima you have the alternatives by bus of flights. By air alternative is a flight to Piura, Talara or Tumbes. For reference, Máncora is located 187 km from the city of Piura, 106 K. from Tumbes and 69 km from Talara. It also has the option on a trip by bus from Lima. From the cities of Piura, Tumbes and Talara bus or minivan transportation services are available to northern beaches. Many of the hotels in this area have transportation from the airport to the hotel.
- How to get to Piura
- How to get Tumbes
- Flights to Piura
- Flights to Tumbes
- Flights to Talara
- Bus services to Piura
- Bus services to Tumbes
- Bus services to Máncora
- International Bus Services from Guayaquil (Ecuador)
- Map of northern beaches in Piura
Located 175 km north of the city of Piura (2 hours by car), marker 1152 kilometer of the North Pan-American Highway and 13 km south of Mancora. In village there are accommodation, restaurants, bars, banks and ATMs, shops, taxi and motorbike taxis. The beach is long and wide at the foothill of Peña Mala. Beachfront houses the major hotels and houses and bungalows for rent. In the area you can see small pockets of carob trees and a spring fishing craft. In the bay is frequent sightings of whales.
For lovers of surfing reef-break has waves, left, tubular, well-formed reaches 2 meters, the most recommended are Casablanca and Codito or Organito.
Located less than 1 km south of Los Organos, condominiums, homes, good accommodation and lodging beachfront.
Los Organos and Punta Veleros are adjacent beaches and calm, more focused on family trips, for rest and relaxation at the beach area a few restaurants and a disco.
Located 7 km south of Los Organos, Ñuro fishing cove, sandy beaches and turquoise waters, is rare and very quiet, there are beach houses and rental accommodation. Surrounded by the coastal desert. The beach access is a detour in the North Pan-American Highway at kilometer 1145.
Located 3 km west of the district of El Alto. (5 minutes by car) and 153 km north of the city of Piura. (2h 15 'by car), access is by a deviation marker in the North Pan-American Highway at kilometer 1137. There is a dirt road from Cabo Blanco to El Ñuro.
Cabo Blanco was immortalized in the novel "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway, famous for having been fishing for marlin world's largest, and in addition the swordfish and groupers. It is considered a marine paradise, thanks to its rich plankton that favors the variety of fish. The place is ideal for fishing and spearfishing. Basic services of accommodation and restaurants.
For surfers the beaches of Cabo Blanco are suitable only for very advanced level, with type of reef-break waves, long left formed, perfect tubes up to 3 meters and dangerous by the proximity of the wave to the stone base, recommended areas Panic Point and Cabo Blanco.
1 km from Negritos village, passing the fishing village of San Pablo. The beach is crescent shaped, with clear waters and great waves, perfect for water sports (fishing and surfing). It is the habitat of sea lions of all sizes, who poke their noses through the rocks.