Playas Caleta y Caletilla, Peninsula de Las Playas
Playas Caleta, Peninsula de Las Playas 39390
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Contact:+52 744 434 0170 (Tourist Information)
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
These beaches were once considered to belong to the nobility in traditional Acapulco. Today, tourists may visit them, as long ... More
Playas Caleta y Caletilla
These beaches were once considered to belong to the nobility in traditional Acapulco. Today, tourists may visit them, as long as the visitors remember that they are part of the town's history. The beaches are naturally protected by La Roqueta Island, which withstands the currents of the Pacific Ocean and makes the waves calm and the sand soft and fine. Countless little restaurants offer seafood and fish specialties; and boat tours, ski-jets and the Mágico Mundo Marino aquarium are all close by.
Watch out for the purse snachers and pickpockets. The people tend to be huge families from all over Mexico, and they bug you to death to buy. Please do not bring valuables to this area, and dress down. It is best to just stay out this area. It use to be nice, but it is scary now.
Pleasant All Suite Family Hotel located near Yacht Club, with fine bay views. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Daily
Maid Service. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:285 Rooms / 6 Floors. Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service. Multi lingual Staff. Common Area ...
This Diego Rivera mural is on the facade of one of the houses that is considered to be a treasure
of Mexican contemporary history. The mural now belongs to Mrs. Dolores Olmedo and was created in 1956, made with ...
This is a narrow and lovely little stretch of beach just outside the town center. Sandwiched between two cliffs, this
is another spot where you can see the Mexican cliff divers perform. You can either laze around soaking in ...