The Bahías de Huatulco
Santa Cruz Bay has several popular restaurants and hotels, Huatulco’s harbour from where most of Huatulco’s larger boat tours and cruise ships arrive and depart and, it is also home to some of the most popular beaches in Huatulco, La Entrega, Santa Cruz and Yerbabuena.
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Tangolunda Bay is the location of most of the exclusive Hotels in Huatulco, it is also just a short distance from Huatulco marina and is home to Huatulco’s 18 hole Golf course. Most importantly however it is home to the five beautiful beaches of Tangolunda, Ventura, Manzanillo, Tornillo and Rincón Sabroso.
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Chahué Bay is one of Huatulco’s most important Bays and is home to some of Huatulco’s better value hotels. Chahué Bay is also home to Huatulco’s two beach clubs, and a stone’s throw away from the Cruzacita, and home to the beaches of Chahué, Tejón and Esperanza. Chahué Bay is also the location of Huatulco’s Marina.
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San Agustín is a large Bay that isn’t developed very much at all. It is ideal for SCUBA diving and relaxing on the tranquil beaches. There are some restaurants with basic bathroom and shower facilities. San Agustín also has some very basic beachside accommodation and camping. The main attraction of San Agustín Bay is the two beautiful beaches of San Agustín and Cacalutilla.
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Cacaluta Bay is a stunning large bay, some revere it as the best beach in Huatulco and it is potentially most famous for its role in the Mexican film ‘Y tu mamá también’. It requires certain sacrifice to visit due to its relative inaccessibility. Cacaluta Bay has two pristine beaches Cacaluta beach and Arroyo beach.
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Conejos Bay is the most easterly bay in Huatulco and is still relatively untouched. Conejos Bay is ideal for SCUBA diving, snorkelling, fishing and of course swimming. The beautiful Conejos Bay consists of four breath-taking beaches, Conejos, Punta Arenas, Arena and Tejoncito.
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Organo and Maguey Bays despite being only a stone’s throw apart are actually two individual bays. Each of the two bays has one sandy beach, Maguey beach and Organo beach. Maguey is a very popular beach and has easy access via road or boat, Organo beach is a little trickier to get to.
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Riscalillo Bay is located between Chachacual Bay and San Agustin Bay, it has one spectacular beach of the same name and is perfect for swimming, snorklling, diving, and fishing. Riscalillo is Only accessible by boat.
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Chachacual is a beautiful remote bay comprised of two idyllic beaches, Chachacual and La India. Access to Chachacual bay and its beaches is via boat only meaning that if you want a bit more privacy these beaches are a perfect choice for you.
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A map of the Bays of Huatulco
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