To answer the question posted by CaptainArgh. All beaches in Puerto Rico are public so there is no restriction to public usage of the beach where Goodwinds is located the only problem is where do you park your car. The resort does restrict access to the property. You will be allowed access to the Dorado Beach resort property if you are a member, a guest of a member, a hotel guest or if you are paying for a service that the resort offers. These services include golf, dinner reservations, spa appointments and lessons/gear rentals at Goodwinds. If you do not plan to stay at the resort or book any of the services there is a public beach parking on the East end of the Saldinara bay which is the area where we kite. The only problem with the East end of the beach is that it is very wind shadowed so you would have to walk about a 1/4 mile down the beach to where the wind fills in. Once you have launched you can kite a short distance down wind to our facility.CaptainArgh wrote:Certainly looks like a nice spot to kite!
Is there public access to the beach or restricted to resort guests?
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