It is one of the best beaches in the
area. Its waves are aggressive in open sea though calmed nearby
the hotels and tourist recreation areas. It is located in the easternmost
part of the homonymous Bay, at only 18 kilometres from Manzanillo.
A nice vantage point to totally appreciate the wonderful sunsets has been erected on this Beach.
It is a place to swim and practice
scuba diving and snorkelling thanks to its gentle gradient and calmed
and transparent waters. Besides, it has an interesting tourist infrastructure
with two vantage points (La Reina and El Faro), and plenty of palm
trees that give it a postcard look.
It is said that Mexico's conquistador Hernán Cortés would have summoned his captains to plan the conquest of California's Peninsula on this small cove surrounded by vegetation.
Beaches on Manzanillo Bay
It is one of the calmest in Manzanillo.
It is located on a cove and its surf and gradient are harmless,
thus allowing a nice swim and the practice of aquatic sports.
Ancient sailors who saw strange silhouettes fluttering over the waters gave it its name (The Fairies). In view that they could not explain the phenomenon (nowadays it is known to be the light's reflection in the surface), they thought that it was a magic or enchanted place. Therefore they named it The Fairies.
One of the most sophisticated hotels in Manzanillo is located in this Beach hence access is restricted.
It is called like this (Blue) because of
the colour of its tranquil waters, between December and May that
is. It is the longest Beach on the Bay with one kilometre. It has
an interesting variety of hotels, some with very economic prices.
It is one of the best in Manzanillo
due to its calm waters, its gentle gradient, and its surroundings
packed with palm trees. For these and other reasons that you will
discover by yourself when visiting it, it has become the most exclusive
hotel and residential area on the Bay.
It is the Beach closest to Manzanillo
and almost one kilometre long. There are plenty of pelicans in its
northern zone that add a touch of wildlife to this beautiful setting.
It has numerous restaurants specialised on fish and seafood. Its infrastructure is rustic though cosy.
Bushes, palm trees, rock formations
and countless seabirds give this beach of fine sands and little
gradient a special touch. It is located west of Manzanillo and not
Its name (The Reds) was given due
to the reddish stones covered with fine grey sand conforming its
shore. Its surf is moderate and several rocky summits separate it
from El Viejo Beach.
Its name (Golden) is related to the shipwreck
of US ship Golden Gate occurred in 1862. The ship that run aground
close to the crag of Torrecillas carried, besides hundreds of passengers,
a great amount of gold. Nowadays the aged remains are very close
to the shore.
It is located on the road to the International Airport of Playa de Oro, in Manzanillo.