4 Bedrooms 4.5 Bathrooms
Along the western coastline of the state of Oaxaca (wah-HOK-ah), this purpose-built area was formerly known as The Bays of Huatulco but is now simply known as Huatulco.
Located a bit more than 300 miles south of Acapulco, and a six-hour drive from Oaxaca City, this stretch of coastline arguably offers some of the best, if not the most accessible, bays and beaches to be found along Mexico’s Pacific coastline. In fact, Huatulco offers some of the best coastal scenery available anywhere. Cliffs and rocky shores separated by calm bays with sandy beaches provide breathtaking landscapes. Photographers and painters love Huatulco, even if they never dip a toe into the water.
The nine bays and over 30 beaches along these 23 plus miles provide visitors and residents access to a stunning selection of aquamarine inlets, set against the magnificent backdrop of the Sierra Madre Mountains. Not all bays and beaches are accessible by land, however. In fact, the majority of them are only accessible by boat which allows you to experience some pristine beaches, productive sport fishing, awesome diving, and snorkeling. If you don’t have a boat, no worries. A local marina offers lots for charter. And the good news is that a couple of the best beaches/bays are road accessible, only a short drive from Crucecita.
3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms