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All about Acapulco tourism

Acapulco is a major resort city on Mexico’s Pacific coast and has been one of the country’s most popular seaside destinations for decades. Acapulco travel means sun, sand, and relaxation, and they city’s range of beautiful beaches, varied resorts, and hopping nightlife mean that your Acapulco holidays can be just that! Most foreign visitors taking Acapulco vacations opt for the convenience, security, and private beaches of the city’s famous resorts. Luckily, there are resorts to match every budget and travel style so your Acapulco vacation can match your tastes perfectly.

Like we said, Acapulco tourism is about sun and sand and the city has a large selection of beaches. La Caleta, La Caletilla, and Dominguillo are three of the most popular and beautiful beaches along Acapulco Bay, but if you travel a short ways outside of the city you can find semi-virgin beaches like that of Mata de Mangla. Acapulco is also a cliff-diving hotspot and many amateur and professional cliff divers visit Acapulco to take the plunge at the city’s famous La Quebrada rock formations.

However, a holiday in Acapulco doesn't just mean lazy days on the beach; it also means wild nights at the city’s famed nightclub scene. Ground zero for partiers in Acapulco is the Costera road, a seaside drive that’s full of casual beach bars and music venues where many foreign and local visitors go to blow off steam during their holidays to Acapulco. Additionally, most resorts offer a beach-bar experience in the evenings complete with live music and entertainment.

The area’s warm, tropical climate means you can travel to Acapulco almost any time of year and find great weather, though the summer months tend to have daily afternoon downpours. To find the best places to see, eat, and stay during your holidays in Acapulco, have a look at the tips and recommendations from real travelers on minube.