La Paz Government Frees One Beach

 La Paz Government Frees One Beach

In a dramatic turn of events that’s been keeping La Paz buzzing for over a year, the local government finally tore down a contentious gate blocking access to Puerto Mejia beach, a hidden gem on the northern reaches of the East Cape. Initially, a judge threw a curveball by ruling the gate as private property, demanding its return. But, not all heroes wear capes—enter a Federal judge who laid down the law, affirming that Mexico’s beaches belong to the people, and access can’t be barred by anyone.

Now, with Puerto Mejia beach back in the public’s arms, Mayor Milena Quiroga is not resting on her laurels. She’s got her sights set on liberating 24 more beaches currently behind locked gates. It’s a bold move that’s got everyone talking and dreaming of unrestricted beach days ahead. The tide is turning, and La Paz’s beach access saga is far from over!