This is a very interesting town with a long tradition of silver mining and jewelry making. Here, you will find numerous terraces that have amazing views. It is a city of about 70,000 residents and is about 2 hours from Mexico City en
It was a whirlwind trip, but I was able to take some lovely images of the ocean and the natural beauty of this country. Take the opportunity to take some photos of a river that flows into the ocean, where people swim and giant
It turns out that the son of Don Jose de la Borda, Don Manuel became a priest, as was tradition in good families from Mexico and Spain. His father, who was Catholic and adored his firstborn, did not want him to disappear from sight,
For many decades, the famous Cacahuawamilpa Grotto was considered the world's largest caves. They are also the most-visited caves in Mexico and located in the Sierra Madre del Sur. They were discovered in the year 1834 and are chock
If you go to Barra Vieja and don't eat a fish, then you can also enjoy a beautiful sunset, and if you're lucky you'll see the release of sea turtles from a hatchery that is located in this area. I saw two turtles, and hopefully
These are 2 of the most popular beaches in the city of Acapulco, in the Mexican state of Guerrero. They are stuck and are just off the island of La Roqueta, so from these beaches many boats go by that take tourists on a tour of the
If you want to be at rest at sea, the lagoon and a river bar, there is nothing better than this place in Coyuca. Here you can enjoy fresh seafood and of course its famous fish with green chile sauce ground in molcajete and wrapped in
Given that it's close to Mexico City, it's no surprise that Acapulco is a popular destination for beach weekends. On my most recent visit, I found a small secluded beach in the nearby town of Pichilingue. If your hotel isn't nearby,
La Quebrada is a rock formation situated on the beach in Acapulco. There are divers who are thrown over 20 meters high and it is a really fabulous show. Furthermore Acapulco has one of Mexico's most beautiful beaches.
In the bay of Acapulco, near the island of La Roqueta, the Virgen de los Mares Acapulco is submerged a few feet deep and is perfectly visible on days when the sea is not stirred up. She was taken to this curious point in the late 50s
I took my bike and left my house, cycling most of the 10kms and walking the last part. I came across the sea and the place where people with lots of money keep their yachts. There is a yacht club which is really nice. Someday I'll
Michigan Beach is located in Guerrero state, just two hours from the famous Acapulco port. If you are Ixtapa Zihuatenejo bound, you should take the detour to a small town called Tenexpa, then ask for the pier or the beach, where
"Kills mangrove" beach is one of the many attractive areas in the Costa Chica region of Guerrero state, which allows you to stay in touch with nature. Just three years the place started to take off with an ecotourist vision. It's
The world's most gorgeous beach. This far from the city of Zihuatanejo, but this is the closest with a place to stay. The road is long and weird, take a truck and at least one connection to approach from the community where you catch
It is a corner of paradise, as the title says so itself, where there is sun, sea breeze, a deserted beach in all its glory, which are in direct contact touching the sky, taking care of its surroundings and filling you with magic and
In Playa Larga (Acapulco), we visited the Center for Conservation and Protection of the Sea Turtle, where we could participate in the turtle release. During the night, the eggs are collected to prevent theft or predators from eating
In Acapulco, chilate is very popular, which is cocoa, rice, cinnamon, and sugar. If you want to try it, in the small market there are chilaterias. Where you can buy chilate or pasta (as you can prepare at home) and you can enjoy
Langosta Beach is a tiny beach, but it's very calm, and at night it's nice and cool for when you want to walk along the beach. The only bad thing is that there was a problem with the ground and this was the sculpture of dolphins.
At this almost untouched site there are small pools, the people are very friendly and the ash prepared tamales are really good. The entrance to the pools is very economical, as they are well known. Atzala is 20km from Taxco, Guerrero.