Rocky Point is situated on a reef north of Nahualapa Bay that may appear intimidating, but is actually quite manageable. The reef has a triangular shape and offers a great barrel left as well as a decent right-hander. The right-hander is a fast, hollow wave that breaks over the reef and then flattens out as it approaches the sandy section where you paddle out. The left-hander is the real deal, providing an incredible barrel that releases you just before you reach the treacherous reef. It is advisable to surf here during mid to high tide for optimal conditions.
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