Playa Manzaliña is also written as Playa Manzalina. You also come across the name Playa Mansalina. Playa Manzaliña is located on the former plantation San Juan. Playa Manzaliña owes its name to the typical trees that grow on the beach: manzanilla trees! The manzanilla tree is a poisonous tree so you cannot eat the fruits of this tree.
As you drive into the San Juan grounds, at some point you will arrive at the mansion. Here is a guard who will come to you for the entrance fees. You pay 10 NAF per car and then you can visit all three beaches. You then drive on sandy roads to the beaches. There are signs with the names of the beach and which exit to take.
Playa Mansaliña is a beach with coral remains instead of sand. On the western side there is some sand on the beach. There is also a small cave for shade. It is a special and quiet beach, so definitely worth a visit.