Many may be carried away by the name, but the city of bad has nothing wrong, quite the opposite, it has all the good things if we talk about beaches south of Lima.
Unlike other countries, for those of us who live in the capital of Peru, Lima, going to the beach becomes a daily experience, and even better if we risk a little and with an hour’s drive we arrive in Mala.
Bad, it has several beaches on its shores that I remember as a girl, but without a doubt there is one that cannot be forgotten just like that. It is about the sleeping lion, a sculpture of nature in the form of a sleeping lion on the shores of the coast, which impresses any traveler and is visible from the road just at the entrance to the city of Mala.
The calm waters characterize this beach that is very visited especially by those who like to camp since it is limited by two rock formations that make the wind not so inclement.
For our family, a summer day south of Lima is not a full day if we don’t get off the sleeping lion on the beach first and at least we stay a few seconds away to listen to the noise of the sea or get our feet wet, and then continue our way south.