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This beach is very clean and the water is very nice for swimming in the high sun that you get everyday in Acapulco. Always be careful of the under current that comes in and goes out. If you don'tbog out to deep, this will not...More
If u travel to Acapulco, you definitely have to visit Barra vieja and eat there the best red fish a la talla and the lobster are Amezing !!!! And get a massage on the beach along with driving 4x4 whelers.
Many on-the-beach restaurants with home cooked food. Sun-shaded tables. Easy frolic in the sea but don't swim out as there is a serious current. Unless you want to try and be rescued, This happened for a group of 4 swimmers while we were there, lots...More
"Barra Vieja Beach" is one of the most traditional sites that exist in Acapulco.
It is located between "Tres Palos Lagoon and the Pacific Ocean"; facing the Ocean, it has the most traditional local sea food restaurantes.
If you are a beach lover and wish to GET AWAY from the crowds this is your place! We have been here several times over the years and its our fav! The town offers many beach bars, restaurants and places to kick back with a...More
Our guide and driver took us to a beautiful and romantic dinner at Esmirna Del Mar located on the beautiful beach of Barra Vieja. The sunsets here are divine and the pescado a la talla was just out of this world. Barra Vieja is amazing...More
Meet and live first hand the authentic greeting from native Acapulco people. Food and service are great and never had a food problem at any of their restaurants. Also they have palapas and fro the smallest fee you get a long chair to sunbathe. Try...More