Fascinating and ancestral archaeological zone. The ancestral culture of the ancient villagers of Huatulco joined by the ecosystems of the region.
A natural spectacle from the cliff up on La Entrega Beach. Where the forces of the wind and the sea spout water to a height of 50 meters.
The geography of Huatulco creates one of its most famous natural attractions: its lookouts. Sites that allow you to appreciate the best beaches of Huatulco.
Discover the largest painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe in the world. A piece of art that represents the traditions and customs that are alive in Mexico and in Huatulco.
Huatulco retains the ancestral tradition of the looms. Pieces of handmade art surrounded by an ancient tradition that still lives on today.
The folkloristic market stalls at ‘3 de Mayo’ and Santa Cruz located in the heart of Huatulco are living traditions passed on from pre-Hispanic Mexico.
At the ‘3 de Mayo’, Huatulco relives the legend of The Holy Cross, a miraculous wooden cross that was anchored in the ground before the Conquest and could not be moved by anyone.