Walk or drive 1 km from town, after playa Las Palmeras where a white sand beach bathed by a turquoise sea appears as enchanted amid volcanic black stones. This is the locals’ weekend favorite and is perfect for snorkeling when low tide, but not suitable for small kids to swim due to occasionally strong currents. The current can be a little dangerous, especially on the right side (when looking to the sea) as a whirlpool is formed. If you feel that the sea sucks you, the best is to don’t panic and swim parallel to the coast and get out to the left. The Dive Crew in Montezuma created the campaign “Un aro x una vida” in which the community works together to ensure a lifesaving flotation device is always located in the palm trees near the parking area.