Beaches of Oaxaca
You will be spoiled with an abundance of things to do and see along the Oaxaca coast. There are so many beaches to explore and so much to do and see during your stay. Be amazed at the fascinating eco-tourism, beautiful landscape, delicious and fresh seafood, and warm Mexican culture this gorgeous coastline has to offer.
Let’s take a tour…
Bahias de Huatulco
Huatulco, Mexico consists of 9 bays and 36 beaches, all with a different personality and charm.
Santa Cruz is the hub of commercial and tourist activities. It offers many amenities including hotels, craft shops, bars, restaurants, excursion agencies and rental shops. Enjoy a day of fun in the sun on the beach or book a fishing/tour boat, hobie cat or seadoo and enjoy a day out on the water exploring Huatulco’s 9 bays and 36 beaches. Read more about Playa Santa Cruz…
Playa La Entrega lies toward the outer edge of bahia Santa Cruz, Huatulco. This 300 meter long beach is the southernmost of the Santa Cruz beaches and is popular for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and diving. It features numerous palapa restaurants and a pay-to-use restroom. Read more about Playa La Entrega…
Beaches of Puerto Angel
Head south of Huatulco along the coast where you will be further amazed by the beautiful beaches the Oaxaca coast has to offer. Offering their individual take on the coast’s attractions, each beach provides something different. Long golden sand beaches, lagoons full of wildlife, dolphin and whale watching tours, diving, snorkeling, surfing and sport fishing. These are some of the things you get to experience in this perfect paradise.
Beaches of Puerto Escondido
Further south and nestled between the end of the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains and Pacific Ocean is the coastal resort of Puerto Escondido. This laid back hippie town is considered one of the most important tourist attractions on the Oaxaca coast. It is loved by travelers, expats and surfers and is a popular investment and retirement location for Canadians and Americans. Puerto Escondido is home to the Mexican Pipeline, making it a world class surfing destination.