It's not as captivating as the beach of the same name in Brazil, but the Copacabana Beach is about as close as you will get to surf, sand and sun in landlocked Bolivia. Though the high altitude and grainy sand make for unappealing sunbathing, itâ€™s a nice place to spend an afternoon. Food stalls and boat companies line the shore, which is pleasantly populated but not overcrowded. Several small, grassy areas make for prime reading spots. A multitude of hotels have seaside views, perfect for porch sitting and wine drinking over a tranquil sunset.
Avenida 6 de Agosto and Avenida Costanera
Beach, Sunbathing, Restaurants
Walk west on Avenida 6 de Agosto, to Avenida Costanera. The beach stretches several hundred meters to the south.
Price Description: Free.
Relative price: Free
Travel Skills: None