Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Zipolite means Beach of the Dead in Zapotec. It is said that the ancient settlers buried their dead there and that later the place would become a fertile land destined for immortality. In the ‘60s, this destination became popular among hippies and foreigners. More recently, it’s recognized because Mexican films like Y tu mamá también were filmed here.
LIVE WITHOUT STEREOTYPES IN ZIPOLITE
The first thing you have to do when you arrive at Zipolite is look at the majestic beaches and know that shame does not exist, that we are only naked bodies of water on the edge of the sea seeking to eliminate the stereotypes that confuse us.
ENJOY A HOT CUP OF COFFEE
In the morning, walk on the sand while you admire the intense ocean waves, then enjoy a hot cup of coffee while listening to the sound of the waves. There are a variety of restaurants in this paradise that will delight your morning palate and give you a chance to listen to the intense symphony of the sea.
JUMP IN THE WAVES
One activity that you have to try is surfing on the intense waves of Zipolite Beach. Watch how the wind blows against the rocks, making the virgin beaches of Zipolite a unique attraction.
ENJOY THE RED SKY
In the afternoon, enjoy a break in a cabin or a bungalow under the red sky as the sunlight slowly fades.
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