Exposed beach break does not need much swell to work. Best in the surf offseason (November to March) as the swells are smaller. Generally the best shape at high tide. There is a small point on the south end of the beach (similar to Machete Point at Playa Maderas) with a rock/sand bottom that works on mid tide. The waves on the main beach (sand bottom) is typically mellow, with softer barrel sections and medium-length waves suitable for all levels of surfers and fun for the whole family.