|After driving through the quaint La Guardia town, follow a road that leads to your left - and you will find La Guardia beach - the rocky part of it, that is.
This beach continues on for miles. It is just a narrow strip of land connecting Macanao peninsula to the main part of Margarita island.
It is not a sandy beach but filled with smaller and bigger rocks rounded by the waves, and lots and lots of seashells. The air is cooler here than at many other beaches, with constant strong wind.
There are no 'services' available, and usually almost nobody around (except on holiday times). Bring your own food and shade, and enjoy a picnic with a beautiful seaview!