history of HUATULCO

Huatulco Tourism

The Bahias de Huatulco, Bahia meaning Bay in Spanish, is divided into four specific districts. Tangolunda is the area where the large fashionable resorts are located. Then there’s Santa Cruz, which is a quaint town with the main marina and the world renowned Santa Cruz beach. Finally there’s the crowning jewel town of La Crucecita, […]

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Huatulco History

Local legend has it that under Spanish rule pirates looted Huatulco, but that they didn’t succeed in stealing its beauty. The warm Pacific Ocean washes the shores of Huatulco’s 36 stunning beaches, extending across nine bays boasting warm waters and golden sands. The area was a flourishing commercial port and favorite haunt of pirates and […]

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Things to do in Huatulco

You should not miss a trip around Huatulco’s nine bays on a motorboat, an affordable excursion easily purchased at our Huatulco excursions link. These 2 to 3 hour trips provide an excellent tour of the hidden beaches, stunning surroundings, flora and fauna. The unadulterated beauty of this coastline while take your breath away. At only […]

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