Playa Conchal, so called for the many conchas (shells) that pile up on the beach, the sand is made up of millions of crushed shells that constitute a rare environment. Conchal is also the most common name given to a pretty sweep of bay beginning about 2 km south of Brasilito. The clear water makes for nice snorkelling. Playa Brasilito and Conchal make up a unit separated by the rock headlands of Punta Conchal. Along the 1,5 km long beach, manzanillo-, madero negro-, brasil-, and some ear trees can be observed.