The Playa Quemada beach gets its name from the urbanization that is located in the area. It is a natural pebble beach, usually visited by residents to try the local food, especially fresh fish, at the restaurants close by. It is also used for anchoring small boats.
From Playa Quemada beach you can reach another small beach to the south, a black sand and a little bigger beach, both through a small step of rocks only when it is low tide, being very careful not to slip or a dirt road ascending and descending the hill, which can also be somewhat dangerous to go to this secluded beach. Quemada beach is framed by white local houses and cliffs. It is a place to connect with the Atlantic without many amenities nearby.