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It is a beach circuit where we can find a variety of beaches. It is the most famous in the city, it runs through several districts throughout its length. Likewise, we can also find rest and sports areas. In addition, it has a wide variety of restaurants and most with a terrace. Lima is the only capital of South America with direct access to the Pacific Ocean, the Costa Verde Lima is the road that runs along part of the coast. Another peculiarity of Lima is that it has a large gap between the city and the sea. This unevenness is known as the “cliff” and you will be able to see it in all its splendor when touring the Costa Verde. A walk along the Costa Verde is something you cannot miss on your trip to Lima.

What to do on the Costa Verde Lima?

The main attraction of the green coast of Lima is its beaches, which, although not warm and crystalline, are very visited by surfers. The only sandy beach is at the level of Chorrillos and is very visited during the summer. The parks and piers of the Costa Verde are ideal for a walk. All this accompanied by the sound of the sea. From the Costa Verde you will have a nice perspective of Lima. You can see how the buildings are erected above the cliff. You will also find some of the most famous restaurants in the city such as the renowned Rosa Náutica.

Surf and Kayak on the beaches of Lima:

Surfing is the most practiced activity on the beaches of Lima, that’s why you will find places to rent surfboards at various points on the Costa Verde and also to hire courses, generally 90 minutes. It doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold, surfers take their board and jump into the water at any time of the day. There are also tour operators with Kayak activities, even if you are a beginner you can do it, you just have to know how to swim. It depends on the tour you choose. Finally, if you want to take a tour, the times and prices depend on the activities you do. Come and visit the Costa Verde. It will surprise you!

 

Source: ViajandoALima.com

Photographic source: Perú Travel y Olasperu.com