Explore Cuastecomates, Jalisco
Cuastecomates is the perfect scenery for a family vacation that includes everyone. Located in the Costalegre, a popular tourist corridor in Jalisco, Mexico, 30 minutes from Manzanillo Airport, this is the first accessible beach and town in Mexico, with facilities, streets and services adapted for people with reduced mobility and seniors.
The Cuastecomates Bay is known for its low tide and soft waves, ideal for paddle boarding, snorkeling and kayaking; it’s surrounded by exuberant vegetation, which gives it a unique and paradisiac air. Discover what Cuastecomates has for you and plan an escapade full of beach and sun!
What to Do in Cuastecomates:
- Sports Fishing. The local weather makes a fishing day a must when visiting Cuastecomates. Spend a full day searching for the perfect catch among the variety of species in this lovely Mexican seaside town.
- Water Activities. Kayak, snorkel or paddle board in the waters of the Cuastecomates Bay, known for their slow waves, ideal for all ages.
- Bike Tours. Exploring the town on a bike is a relaxing and fun activity. Just take into consideration that the streets are adapted for visitors with reduced mobility and seniors.
- La Manzanilla Crocodile Sanctuary. 20 minutes away from Cuastecomates is this place, home to 400 crocodiles. It’s a sanctuary of protection that will allow you seeing these reptiles up close, feeding them and learning more about them.