Rooms with spectacular sea views
Six superb restaurants
The coastal region of the state of Oaxaca has inherited a thousand-year-old history that has made it possible for this area of the Mexican Pacific to maintain its original essence. At the foot of the Sierra Madre del Sur mountain range and surrounded by coffee plantations, bays and waterfalls, you can find the all inclusive hotels and resorts of Huatulco, one of the areas with the most tourist potential on this stretch of the Mexican coast.
Since its early days, Huatulco has stood out for its diversity. The area was visited by the Toltecas, Chantinos, Zapotecos and the Mixtecos, all enticed here by the fertile soil of the Oaxacan coastline. Nowadays, this area has become a benchmark for All inclusive holidays since Huatulco is an idyllic destination where travellers’ dreams come true.
The All inclusive hotels and resorts in Huatulco are situated in an exclusive area along a 35-kilometre stretch of beaches and bays. The calm waters contrast with the wild beauty of the mountains, creating a stunning backdrop. This strategic location is the perfect destination to escape your daily routine and let yourself be swept along by the soothing rhythm of a luxury holiday. Unsurprisingly, the Crucecita area, with its international tourist wharf, is the main gateway for thousands of cruise ship visitors who are drawn every year to these fortunate lands, caressed by the Pacific ocean: an exclusive destination infused by sun and sea all year long.
Surfing and scuba diving are the main activities in an area made up of nine stunning bays and more than 30 unspoiled beaches inhabited by turtles, dolphins and pelicans. Thanks to its stable climate and diverse landscape, this area is also ideal for ecotourism and adventure sports. A few kilometres inland, following the Copalita river, it is possible to go rafting, hurtle down a zip line, go horse riding along the river bank, or to plunge into impressive waterfalls. Also worthy of a mention are the Copalita Eco-Archaeological ruins, where it is still possible to appreciate over 2,500 years of Mixtec history, the jungle surroundings, and the coffee growing heartland with its hundred-year-old plantations, among which La Gloria and El Pacífico stand out.
Hotels such as the all inclusive Barceló Huatulco resort are designed so that guests returning to their rooms have the chance to continue enjoying their all inclusive holiday in Huatulco without needing to plan a thing. Its six restaurants are a window into a world of flavours and offer a varied menu in both its buffet and à la carte restaurants.
Any family or group of friends will have the time of their life with the leisure offering available at the Barceló Huatulco, the only hotel in the area with a water park. And, to round off a day of discovering new natural, historic and culinary delights, the hotel recommends enjoying an evening drink at its picturesque Mexican bar or checking out the live shows listing, with something on offer for the whole family in the Oaxaca Theatre.