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This is a great beach: sandy, no waves due to the cove. There are few non-nationals there, but the food is amazing and the beer cheep and cold. We went to a restaurant that does not seem to come up on Trip Adviser: Don Tomy:...More
We have visited the beach and it’s marvellous. Much clean waters than Acapulco shore small restaurants with shadow not much people was sun bathing though if you have small chidren or looking for some seaside with clear waters you should go there
We hit this beach one day - because from the road it looks amazing! I feel that many areas in Acapulco are either all rich people or all poor people...not much in between. We are average people - not rich not poor ....thrill seekers and...More
If you have time (and patience) like I did, it's interesting to visit the area, mainly frequented by locals. Being there during Xmas holidays, I found the place really overcrowded, only took some pics and left. You can have a look at the nearby lagoon,...More
Entire family went there few time during our two weeks stay, from Grand Mayan. Beach water there is so clear, sand is so clean and high quality sand ( I like really heavy - kind of course grain ). Lots of choice food , beach...More
This is a smaller and more secluded bay, adjacent to Acapulco Bay. It is still crowded, but less so. Location is fantastic. Very scenic and colorful. You can reach it by road or by boat. Very special location. It's a must visit for anyone planning...More