we got there every byear, for 26 years, and catch fish then take to our friends house in Acapulco and feed all the neighbors!!
I enjoyed my afternoon at Barra Vieja Beach. I ate at the popular Alejos restaurant, the food is amazing and they make a better Coco Loco than Las Brisas La Concha Beach Club (yes, this is true!!) There is horseback riding and if you talk to the security guys he will keep the hagglers away so can enjoy seaside dining... More
Beto Godoy=Classic but old; MISHOL = NEW STYLISH & DELICIOUS We were passing trough and stop when we saw the building of the hotel. Believe me, this is the kind places that you dream of, remember, and wish to come back again and again. It is more than enough to say that I instantly became a fan of Mishol, amazing... More
What I liked the most was having lunch-supper at around 5 pm. I dont remember the name of the restaurant, typically mexican with palapa and plastic chair. The quality of food is regular. That was compensated with the wonderfull pictures I took at sunset. Traffic on the way back to Acapulco(Ave de las Naciones) was a nightmare
Barra Vieja is about a 40 min drive out of Acapulco heading toward its airport . There are many restaurants to choose from with people throwing flyiers at you offering you free this or that to get you into ther place. once ther you have to haggle to what they'll allow you for free. HAMACS. Bring your own booze ,price... More
Quiet and peaceful beach. When we were there it was quiet and peaceful - we ate dinner on the beach at sunset - BEAUTIFUL!!!
I have been coming here for over 30 years, it's safe except for the ocean which has a strong undertow, no lifeguards, many restaurants with fresh seafood. You can sit on the beach and eat, drink, and be merry plus shop the venders come up to you, This is the area where they filmed Tarzan , and Rambo.You can rent... More
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