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“el costeno”(5 reviews)
“ocean spa”(3 reviews)
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Featuring only a few tropical restaurants, this is the place for relaxing in the sun.
Huatulco, Mexico
+52 958 131 3778
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s an amazing place, only if you are on a sociological investigation trip as it is incredibly crowded. Although you will truly see a real mexican beach and real mexican seafood restaurants.

Thank JoseGerardo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Water is always warm & inviting. Taxi ride is 70 pesos & taxis are always available. Have to walk down several steps then through the back sides of the several restaurants along the beach. Unless you have a favorite place, someone will always be at...More

Thank Tarasden
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Maguey bay is a beautiful place to visit. It offers many restaurants that are offering up the same type of cuisine. The waves at the bay are small and it makes it very kid friendly. We made it there by way of a bay tour....More

Thank running12
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

Went to eat the food after a bay tour was great the people selling things at your table is really not to bad got magos with pepper and fresh oysters . Was a great time .

Thank Rudkin37
Reviewed 27 April 2018

Good local beach for swimming. Lacks some of the restaurants & activities that other beaches offer, the walk to it is hard & the waves can be pretty rough...

Thank Nathan S
Reviewed 10 April 2018

Steep climb down to a Small beach area. Area is full of restaurants along the beach. Water was Rough along the open beach area. Our least favorite beach in the area.

Thank liz169
Reviewed 10 April 2018

So taken by itself, Maguey Bay is sort of a necessary evil which does have its good side. A bunch of generally overpriced restaurants on a crowded beach. The beach itself is mediocre, or maybe worse in comparison to some of the fantastic lovely bays...More

Thank dbaaronson
Reviewed 4 April 2018

This is an intimate beach on the bay (but not overly cozy like playa arrocito, which hardly qualifies as a beach), features nice food, colorful (in the best sense) people (including the first female mariachi i've ever seen strolling the beach or anyplace else). We...More

Thank GypsyGitanoAtHeart
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Boat stopped here for a few hours for swimming and lunch. Beach chairs are free with the purchase of beer and food.

Thank Carole H
Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

Beautiful beach easy to get in and out of the water, very busy beach, restaurant were pleasant and helpful, asked for coconut prawns that weren’t on the menu but got us some and were delicious. Bucket of beer on ice.

Thank Angella S
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