9 paradise bays,perfect for relaxing and stopping time.
Huatulco’s warm tropical climate makes it a Mexican paradise.
The natural beauty of it’s beaches is reflected in it’s colors and textures.
It’s beaches are bathed in warm and crystalline waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Huatulco is a integrelly planned an sustainable destination.
Earth Check Huatulco Bays of Huatulco Mexico Mexico, one of the world's most complete tourism destination, due to its great variety of attractions offers in the state of Oaxaca a unique exaple of harmonic conjunction between an exhuberant nature and wildlife, with the still very present colonial culture and the invaluable contributions of our indigenous origins.
View Huatulco Gallery The Place Huatulco The Bays of Huatulco are located 277 kms south of Oaxaca, the state capital, and only a 50 minutes flight from Mexico City, and offers also access by road and sea.

The sub-tropical climate allows us to enjoy an average of 326 sunny days and only 40 days with rain per year, with an annual average temperature of 28º C, and average extreme temperatures of 18ºC in winter and 38ºC at the end of spring and in summer.

The savage natural beauty of the region is due to its location in the foothills of the Sierra Madre del Sur, whose topography is accentuated by mountains, sheer cliffs and valleys and complemented by the rivers of Coyula, San Agustín and Copalita.

Further attraction to the area is added by the two traditional port towns of Puerto Angel (52 km) and Puerto Escondido (109 km), as well as the quaint village of Sta. Maria Huatulco (34 km) and Pochutla (40 km).

It's precisely in this state rich with natural resources, a privileged location, and an agreeably warm and sunny climate, where the Mexican government is developing the integrated tourism destination "Bays of Huatulco", one of the may earthly paradises that Mexico has to offer to its visitors.
Official Website Blue Flag Certification Chahue Beach In 2013 one of his most iconic beaches, Playa Chahué, received the Blue Flag certification awarded by the jury of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE, for its acronym in English).

Covering 33 strict criteria integrated into four components certifies Chahue Beach as Blue Flag: water quality, environmental management, environmental education and information, and security. All of them with high standards.

Now Chahué Beach belong to this small group of certificated beaches in Mexico: El Chileno, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur; El Palmar, in José Azueta, Guerrero; Beach Nuevo Vallarta, Bahia de Banderas, Nayarit; and Playa Delfines, in the municipality of Benito Juarez, Quintana Roo.

These five beaches distinguished by their sustainability and quality are ready for tourist market that looks for clean and safe places for vacations.

Huatulco Remax has the honor to be official sponsor for Blue flag Certification in Huatulco.
Arriving here Flying map Mexico, one of the world's most complete tourism destination, due to its great variety of attractions offers in the state of Oaxaca a unique exaple of harmonic conjunction between an exhuberant nature and wildlife, with the still very present colonial culture and the invaluable contributions of our indigenous origins.
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