Puerto Escondido: what to do and see, holidays Mexico

Help holidays Puerto Escondido, seaside town of the state of Oaxaca in Mexico, famous for the eponymous film set in place, what to do and see.

Visiting Puerto Escondido

Puerto Escondido is a seaside resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean along the coast of the state of Oaxaca in Mexico. The fame of the town is linked to the eponymous film by Gabriele Salvatores, based on the novel by Pino Cacucci and set in Puerto Escondido.

What to see in Puerto Escondido

The coast is very jagged, characterized by the presence of small coves and bays, as well as from the long Zicatela beach, known worldwide for surfing championships that are turning annually.

Other famous beaches are the playa de Bacocho, very pleasant to attend, the playa Principal, located in the heart of the city, ideal for families with children and for those who love to dabble with boat trips to fish, swim off or sightseeing.

The heart of the tourist and surfers paradise is Playa Zicatela, here are the best hotels and the extraordinary ocean waves you can admire the bold evolution of the surfers who each year are compared during international competitions.

In Puerto Escondido there live many compatriots who have taken seriously the story told by the film by Gabriele Salvatores, whose protagonist was fleeing from the city and went to live in Mexico.