Found on the Pacific side of the country in the state of Oaxaca, the Huatulco area is a 35 km stretch with 9 pristine bays and 36 beaches known as Bahías de Huatulco, The Bays of Huatulco. This area is an unspoiled gem with a water temperature that averages 25-30 degrees, and is far-removed from the over-developed beaches of Cancun or Puerto Vallarta. Huatulco offers 330 days of sun a year, making it an exceptional location for a sunny getaway. Whether you are seeking a relaxing vacation or an action packed adventure, Huatulco caters to all.


Access to this area has never been easier. The Huatulco International Airport is only a 15 minute drive from La Crucecita. Direct flights are available from Canada and USA.

Ecological Sustainability

The Huatulco National Park is a federally protected natural area, with priority on conservation of ecosystems, representing Mexican biodiversity. Huatulco National Park is home to more than 2,380 species of plants and animals, of which 70 are within some risk category of the Official Mexican Standard NOM-059 and 39 are exotic.


The main area of Huatulco is called La Crucecita, it is a 20 minutes drive from Playa las Garzas and 25 from Casa de la Roca. Here, there is supermarkets for easy shopping such as, Soriana and Super Che. As well as many local stands and shops that offer fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, fish and more, all sourced from the area. Home to many amazing restraunts, bars and more, La Crucecita is a must see on your visit to the area.

Barra Copalita is a small village situated 10-15 minutes from your stay. It is home to many authentic restaurants serving excellent Mexican and Oaxacan cuisine. As well, it has many stands and shops for fruit, vegetables and other necessities.

Located directly beside La Crucecita is Santa Cruz. This beach neighbourhood has ameneties such as surf rentals, paddleboarding, jet skiing, boat tours and more. There is many shops in this area to visit as well as restaurants where you can sit right on the beach.

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