Mexico City.- Holy days are just around the cornerthe most anticipated holiday period of the year thanks to the Holy Weeka time when many decide to visit other parts of the country to spend some exceptional days full of fun and adventure. We tell you about the best beaches very close to CDMX to visit and live a unique experience, whether as a family, with friends or as a couple.
Although Mexico City is usually a destination that does not have beaches, but manages to surprise and captivate its visitors with different tourist attractions, its surroundings are full of surprises that you cannot miss, where you will enjoy the best of this style of destination: the sun, the soft sand and the sea breeze and its waves. We present four beaches near CDMX that you can visit during Holy Week.
According to information from Google Maps, Acapulco, in the state of Guerrero, is only 4 hours and 58 minutes away by car from Mexico City. It is one of the best destinations near the big city to take a break and enjoy unforgettable days during Holy Week.
Get your bags ready! The next travel destination may be Acapulco, one of the best known, not only nationally, but also internationally. Some of the main attractions to visit in the place are its beautiful beaches full of adventures and beautiful views to capture and remember. Also live its famous nightlife, which is full of adventures; its famous water parks and hotels, in the latter the thematic ones and contact with nature stand out, as well as an endless number of activities.
This tourist destination offers an immense cultural offer, a place full of ideal nature to be able to practice different sports such as snorkeling, canoeing, fishing, jet ski rides, boat rides, yacht rides or visit some of its different museums or cultural centers. One of the most special activities sought after by tourists is the release of sea turtles, which has become very important over the years.
On the other hand, an important tourist attraction is its exquisite cuisine, where you can find dishes made with a wide variety of fish and shellfish; the fish in size, the fish head broth, the squid, stuffed, fish tamales with hibertas, octopus in vinegar, clams with chorizo and the famous seafood cocktail.
What places to visit in Acapulco, Guerrero?
- the broken
- The Fort of San Diego
- El Rollo water park
- Caleta and Caletilla beaches
- La Roqueta Island
- Puerto Marques
- Three Palos Lagoon
- Coyuca Lagoon
Travel to Acapulco from CDMX: Cost of booths, distance, time
According to information provided by the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) from CDMX to Acapulco, Guerrero, the journey takes 4 hours and 58 minutes; 390 kilometers are covered and it passes through 5 toll booths and 1 Maxi-tunnel. The costs are: Tlalpan: $122 MXN; Apulyeca: $77 MXN; Paso Morelos: $164 MXN; White Stick: $151 MXN; The Sale: $133; Maxitúnel: $101 MXN, which gives a total of $748 Mexican pesos. In the same way, the cost of fuel is indicated at approximately $414 pesos.
A beach very close to CDMX is Tecolutla in Veracruz, a beautiful destination where you can enjoy a very special adventure, whether with family, friends or as a couple. This tourist destination can be characterized by a wide variety of restaurants, ecotourism activities and its festivities, without a doubt, an entertaining and very pleasant experience. According to information from Google Maps, Tecolutla is located 4 hours and 36 minutes from Mexico City.
The sun, the beach and the sand, the best trio of life that you will surely enjoy to the fullest in Tecolutla, where one of the most impressive attractions visited by travelers is the Community Marine Museum, which is characterized by having a large collection of living and extinct marine species; in total they have about 200 species, a place where the famous skull of the Tecolutla monster is found.
What places to visit in Tecolutla, Veracruz?
- Visit Tecolutla beach
- Tour the mangrove area
- Get to know the Tecolutla aquarium
- Live the experience of a turtle camp
- Go to Miguel Hidalgo Park
- Enjoy Costa Smeralda
- Taste the exquisite gastronomy of Tecolutla
Trip to Tecolutla, Veracruz from CDMX: Cost of booths, distance, time
The Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) indicates that the distance between Mexico City and Tecolutla, Veracruz, is 250 kilometers and 322 km by road; booths have a total cost of $667 Mexican pesos one way. Toll booths from CDMX to Tecolutla: San Marcos: $140 MXN; Saint Martin: $44 MXN; Amozoc: $75 MXN; Hope: $145 MXN; Pillbox: $34; Ciutlahuac: $118 MXN; Paso del bull: $111 MXN.
Emerald Coast, Veracruz
If you long for an unforgettable trip during Holy Week, a very special and private beach is Costa Esmeralda, a place that will surely leave you amazed, since it has an incomparable and little-known beauty. The sea, the sand and the sun make this tourist destination one of the most acclaimed in the state of Veracruz.
With information taken from the Google Maps service, Costa Esmeralda, Veracruz, is located 4 hours and 50 minutes from Mexico City; From destination to destination, only $450 Mexican pesos are paid at toll booths and around 348 kilometers are traveled. In addition to enjoying its beautiful beach, you can also get to know its famous tourist attractions, where museums, water parks, its famous boardwalk, some squares and, as expected, its rich local cuisine stand out.
What places to visit in Costa Esmeralda, Veracruz?
- Ibursa water park
- Naval Historical Museum
- Fort of San Juan de Ulúa
- Veracruz Malecon
- Arms Square
- Bastion Santiago
- House of Hernan Cortes
- Fortress of San Juan de Ulúa
- Filobobos River of Veracruz
- the city museum
- bell square
- The Animal Patrol Interactive Farm
- craft square
- Veracruz Carnival
- sea villa beach
- Church of Tazolapa
Old Bar, Warrior
If what you want in Holy Week is to visit a tourist destination that has more traditional activities, without a doubt, Barra Vieja, located in the state of Guerrero, is the right place for you, since you can find a wide variety of tourist attractions such as horseback riding, the best views of its natural spaces, a gastronomy to lick your fingers and scenarios that seem to be taken from movies.
Google Maps reveals that starting from Mexico City to Barra Vieja, Guerrero, it takes 5 hours and 17 kilometers to travel; as well as a distance of 412 kilometers.
The tourist attractions of Barra Vieja, Guerrero
- Playa Hermosa Turtle Camp
- chapel of peace
- Diamond tip
- Isla Acapulco Shopping Village
- Acapulco Botanical Garden
- wallow beach
- Gallery of the Breezes
- Multiplaza Las Palmas
- Fort Saint Diego
- foot of the slope
Puerto Marques Bay, Guerrero
The The perfect destination for travelers this Easter is the Bay of Puerto Marqués, in Guerrero, highlighted by its golden sand, its beautiful rays of sun and a blue color of its waters in the sea, very similar to the best destinations located in the Caribbean. It is one of the best beaches in all of Mexico, where its local restaurants, its spaces full of nature, an excellent coexistence and an impact gastronomy that you will fall in love with stand out.
According to the Google Maps site on the Internet, from CDMX to the beautiful Bay of Puerto Marqués it takes 5 hours and 04 minutes; You travel 395 minutes and go through five toll booths, which will have a total cost of $647 Mexican pesos for a one-way trip.
The Ministry of Tourism points out that there are a large number of tourist attractions to visit in Bahía de Puerto Marqués, Warrior; where we can find places such as coastal areas, paradisiacal spaces, impressive restaurants, very beautiful bays, tours to enjoy with family, friends or as a couple and the most impressive night spots to learn more about the place.
Tourist attractions to visit in Bahía de Puerto Marqués, Guerrero
- Diamond tip
- the chapel of peace
- The Historical Museum of Acapulco Fort of San Diego
- the broken
- lagoon three sticks
- Diego Rivera mural in Acapulco
- Coastal Miguel Aleman
- wallow beach
- sunset chapel
- Old Acapulco
- La Roqueta Island
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