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Pie de la Cuesta

Acapulco

This is a piece of paradise with a wild sea, located 30 minutes away from Acapulco´s main harbor. Pie de la Cuesta is a long beach of bohemian atmosphere that hughs the Pacific and the Coyuca lagoon where the days are spent horseback riding, under a palm tree, or just watching the waves crash.

Besides admiring the sunset from the sand, one of the most wanted activities in “Pie de la Cuesta” is taking a boat ride or watertube ride over the lagoon. There are even those who prefer to have lunch in the middle of the sea away from the eyes of tourists.

There, you can also find the palapas offering food and snacks, most of them with hammocks and rustic chairs in front of the ocean.

From June to November, the beach serves as refuge for the golfina tortoise that arrive to spawn. This works perfectly for tourists to help release baby turtles to the sea at the turtle camp located inside the navy station, the same one that served as a set for the film “Rambo 2”.

By night, you can start a bonfire and hangout with the travelers who enjoy camping at the beach. There´s people renting the spots for the bonfires and selling the firewood loads.

This is a piece of paradise with a wild sea, located 30 minutes away from Acapulco´s main harbor. Pie de la Cuesta is a long beach of bohemian atmosphere that hughs the Pacific and the Coyuca lagoon where the days are spent horseback riding, under a palm tree, or just watching the waves crash.

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Besides admiring the sunset from the sand, one of the most wanted activities in “Pie de la Cuesta” is taking a boat ride or watertube ride over the lagoon. There are even those who prefer to have lunch in the middle of the sea away from the eyes of tourists.

There, you can also find the palapas offering food and snacks, most of them with hammocks and rustic chairs in front of the ocean.

From June to November, the beach serves as refuge for the golfina tortoise that arrive to spawn. This works perfectly for tourists to help release baby turtles to the sea at the turtle camp located inside the navy station, the same one that served as a set for the film “Rambo 2”.

By night, you can start a bonfire and hangout with the travelers who enjoy camping at the beach. There´s people renting the spots for the bonfires and selling the firewood loads.

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