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BEST BEACHES IN CHIAPAS

COASTAL PARADISE WHERE THE SEA MERGE WITH THE JUNGLE

The Chiapas coast offers beautiful beaches where you can engage in a wide variety of water sports.

There are beaches of great beauty characterized by their tranquility, perfect for relaxation and enjoying nature. However, it's important to consider that many of them face the open sea, so the waves can be high, and caution is advised when enjoying the waters.

Part of the coastal area is immersed in the La Encrucijada Biosphere Reserve, making it a place with plenty of options for nature enthusiasts. Here, you can find some of the largest red mangroves in all of the Americas, located in a series of estuaries that create a unique landscape.

Chiapas Beaches

Barra Cahoacán (Laguna Pozuelos)

Barra Cahoacán offers a tranquil beach and a peaceful atmosphere where you can enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.

The landscape is dominated by palm trees and mangroves, which are habitats for a wide variety of fauna, including several bird species.

Here you can enjoy fishing and boat tours.

A beach with fine and soft gray sand.

Stretches for 21 km and is visited by hundreds of birds.

Here, you can witness the contrast between the strong waves of the open sea and the tranquility of La Joya Lagoon.

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Chocohuital

It has an open sea beach and an estuary filled with mangroves.

Boat rides are offered to observe birds and local flora, such as crocodiles and alligators.

It's also an ideal place for recreational fishing, swimming, and kayaking.

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Barra de San José

It offers a variety of partially deserted beaches with clear sands and strong waves.

It has a restaurant, cabins, dressing rooms, and a pool. Boat rides are available along the estuary, as well as jet skiing, swimming, and fishing.

It has shrimp and tilapia farms, making it an excellent place to enjoy fresh fish and seafood.

A wide beach with lush vegetation, estuaries, and a diverse range of marine birds.

The part facing the open sea has a strong swell, while the part facing the estuary is calm.

Here, you will find a series of mangrove-lined channels that connect with the La Encrucijada Reserve in the Las Palmas area.

Barra Zacapulco

It has extensive natural estuaries with mangroves and faces the open sea. In this area, the evergreen mangroves reach heights of up to 35 meters, considered the tallest in the Mexican Pacific.

There is an ecotourism center with cabins, a restaurant, and cayuco rides.

Located within the La Encrucijada Biosphere Reserve.

It is a pristine beach.

It has a modern and environmentally-friendly ecotourism center equipped with ecological technologies.

On this beach, you'll find a restaurant offering regional cuisine, a bird observatory, and opportunities for kayak and cayuco tours.

Part of the La Encrucijada Biosphere Reserve.

The estuary offers mangrove labyrinths on one side and a virgin fine sand beach with strong waves on the other.

 

Playa Azul

To reach this wide stretch of beach, you have to cross an estuary.

The estuary serves as a barrier to the sea, so you can enjoy calm waters that contrast with the strong waves in the distance facing the open sea.

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A pleasant pristine beach.

An ideal place for boat rides and camping.

A wide beach with fine sand that ends at an estuary called Laguna de Pozuelos.

Ideal for fishing, camping, and boat rides through mangroves, which are home to a diverse variety of birds.

It has restaurants, palapas, and pools.

Playa San Benito

This beach is ideal for enjoying local cuisine.

You can enjoy seafood prepared in the palapas, some of which have pools. 

 

It is ideal for fishing, and you can ride your own ATV 4-wheeler on this beautiful Pacific beach.

With a coastline of 32 kilometers facing the open sea, this beach is in the middle of a mountain landscape and is the main beach resort in the State.

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The southernmost port on Mexico's Pacific coast, located about 13 kilometers (8.1 mi) northwest of the mouth of the Suchiata river near the city of Tapachula.

It is suitable for receiving all types of vessels.The port of Puerto Chiapas has a 9-kilometer long beach with strong waves and dark gray sand.

The port provides facilities to visit nearby beaches such as Playa Linda, Playa San Benito, and Playa Grande. Additionally, tours are offered to coffee plantations, Tapachula, Tuxtla Chico, Unión Juárez, and the Izapa Archaeological Zone.

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