In the previous release 13 beaches met the first of 23 that make up the most famous bay in Guerrero state. The wide variety of stretch along its tourist areas: Acapulco, Acapulco Gold and Acapulco Diamante. Some of the hotels have private beaches Acapulco as seen in this listing. Here we present the second and final part of the list of all beaches that are part of the bay in Guerrero and how to access them. Papagayo. Waterfront Park Papagayo. There are stalls selling seafood and fine sand, calm waters.

Pichilingue deviation in the roundabout of Puerto Marques Nations Blvd and right, is a residential area that has no access to the general public. Pie de la Cuesta. Located 10 miles northwest of Acapulco on the road to Zihuatanejo. Playa internationally known for its spectacular sunsets. All around are numerous restaurants and several hotels.

It is the starting point for tours of the Laguna de Coyuca. Playa Bonfil. Nations Blvd, last diversion before reaching the airport. It contains excellent seafood restaurants and water sports can be. Puerto Marques. Scenic Highway. Bay surrounded by mountains with tropical vegetation and beaches Marques, Pichilingue and Majahua. It is a port where there are private yachts stranded. Punta Diamante. 5 km southwest of Puerto Marques. An ideal place for water sports. Revolcadero. Nations Blvd, compared to hotels The Fairmont Acapulco Princess and Pierre Marques. Located in the fullness of the Pacific Ocean it can see the natural spectacle of the sea fauna. Tamarindos. Av Costera Miguel German Aca Bay Hotel Waterfront. Beach where palm trees abound that provide a large swath of shade. Here you can admire the fishermen's groups preparing the product of the morning fishing. It also hosts music and sporting events, and finally, Avenida Costera Miguel Tlacopanocha German, very close to the base of the City. This is the beach preferred by Buenos Aires, thanks to the calm waters. a We have met the 23 beaches that make up the Bay of Acapulco, whether private or public, all provide variety in their surf, sand and food possibilities, these attributes explain the fame of the most famous bay in Guerrero Mexico in the world. a

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