Playas Caleta & Caletilla

Playas Caleta & Caletilla

Peninsula de las Playas
  • Mostly hetero
  • Public beach
  • Full infrastructure
  • Eco Tourism
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Fun & games
  • Water fun
  • Water sport & adventure

Caleta and Caletilla - really one beach separated by a hiccup of a rock outcropping - are the first beaches on the western side of the Acapulco. This where the rich and famous used to hang out in the old days. Now the relatively small area is crowded with local families and Mexican tourists, who appreciate the shallow waters and minimal waves. It's also crowded with vendors hawking all kinds of goods and services. Here you can rent beach chairs and umbrellas and water-sport equipment or take the water taxi to La Roqueta. Check out the seafood restaurants under the palapa shelters. Caletilla has a well-known handicraft fair of indigenous craftsmen.

Playa Caleta, Península de Las Playas, Acapulco, Mexico

With the revamped charm of the mid-century when Acapulco was in its heyday, rooms at Boca Chica come with oversized hammocks, outdoor living rooms, louvered doors and private gardens. Entertainment is close...
  • Boutique hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

Steps from Caletilla beach, the Hotel Montemar is a simple 11-room hotel with small pool. Several of the guestrooms can sleep large parties up to eight, so groups on a budget would do well here. All rooms...
  • Inn
  • LGBTQ-friendly
0.5 km

The 50-room Oviedo is on the seafront promenade near the Fuerte de San Diego in the heart of old Acapulco. The bright, functional but basic rooms have one or two double beds and private baths. There's a...
  • Hostel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

La Cabaña de Caleta on Caleta beach, one of the oldest beaches in Acapulco, is frequented by locals who appreciate the service, Mexican seafood dishes and affordable prices for food and drink. Its...
  • Beach
  • Local Cuisine

The thatch-roofed El Nono is at street level only two steps to the popular Hornos Beach. Decorated with photos of Old Acapulco, it serves reasonably priced meals and cold beer and doesn't allow vendors...
  • Seafood
  • Local Cuisine
1.9 km
Mi Piaci

Mi Piaci ("I like it") is an affordable Italian restaurant that offers pastas, meat dishes and over-baked pizzas and calzones. On the Zócalo, it has an outdoor terrace and and air-conditioned dining room. It...
  • Casual
  • Italian
Paradise Bar

  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly
3.4 km

Easy to find across from the Hotel Continental, Prince is a male-only bar with pop, house and techno for dancing. Known for hard partying, late hours and quick hookups.
  • Nightclub
  • For Men
3.8 km
Disco Beach

With dancing spilling over to the sands, Disco Beach attracts mostly a younger crowd (18-25) with a casual atmosphere, nightly specials and an inexpensive cover that includes an open bar of national brands.
  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly