The inside section of Barra de la Cruz can be less crowded and more fun than the outside section, though it could be infested with a number of beginners at times.
What I find good about the inside is that the waves here often run with a solid shoulder and there can also be a mini-barrel to be had every now and then. It is also a good playground for me to practice with turns and cut-backs.
The below are some photos of the inside section of Barra de la Cruz:


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The photos below show Bret in action - a lifesaver from Gold Coast, Australia. He is like a semi-pro and good at doing all kinds of maneuvers.

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The photos below show Regy in action - a Mexican woman from La Bocana near Huatulco, a very smooth stylish female goofy surfer. She is also quite charming.

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The photos below show Salo in action - a local Mexican surfer. His style is quite powerful, but such an easy-going guy and very young. He can be a pro in the near future.

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The photos below show Sander in a little fiasco - a guy from Holland and clearly a beginner. However, no matter how many times he falls, he comes back out and tries again and again and again. Good on him!

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