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Mexico is situated in the northern region of the American continent linking the Gulf of Mexico on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. It is encircled by the United States on the north and by Guatemala and Belize on the south and is divided into six tourist regions. These regions are Northern Mexico, Central Mexico, Southern Mexico, The Yucatan Peninsula, The Pacific Coast and The Baja California Peninsula.
Acapulco is one of Mexico’s most important and popular beach resorts. The Pacific Coast has towns and cities with rich cultural with culinary traditions. It is situated on the Pacific coast, 395 kilometers from Mexico City and 133 kilometers from Chilpancingo, the state capital of Guerrero. It has a warm and humid weather with temperatures ranging from 22º Centigrade to 33º Centigrade with sunny days throughout the year.

The port city’s many attractive qualities include its bay, the calm waters of its beaches, the facilities offered by its hotel industry and the city’s supreme nightlife. For those who visit Acapulco for the first time, it can be recommended to visit la Isla de la Roqueta that is Roqueta Island and also the La Quebrada, where fearless cliff divers plunge into the ocean below. Also close to Acapulco, you can visit the beach of Pie de la Cuesta, known for its stunning sunsets, or Puerto Marques, with its fine-looking bay and calm waters, and then Barra Vieja, where you are certain to enjoy tasty seafood dishes prepared in traditional Mexican restaurants.

Mexico, the country that has it all, beach resorts, colonial cities, archeological sites, and countless natural settings. You can simply relax absorbing their rich cultural heritage and relish the culinary delights that make Mexico a modern country, yet full of customs and tradition.

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