The bay of Puerto Marques Acapulco is located on the Pacific coast in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Approximately 10 kilometers (6.5 miles) south of the City of Acapulco, it is the second closest Pacific port to Mexico City, approximately three hundred kilometers to the southwest, just north of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. It has two main beaches for tourists and locals, Playa de Puerto Marqués and Playa Majahua.
Geography of Puerto Marques
Puerto Marques Acapulco is located just south of the city, in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Nearly half of the terrain is hilly, and the rest of the terrain is a mix of flat or slightly elevated.
The Puerto Marques area enjoys a humid and dry tropical climate, depending on the season. It is always hot, with different wet and dry periods depending on the time of year.
Temperatures typically range from 72 to 90 °F (22 to 32 °C) on average throughout the year. Puerto Marques Acapulco is located at the southern end of a deep semi-circular (semi-enclosed) bay, and has a developing economy with buildings such as high-rise hotels appearing in the area.
What to do in Puerto Marques?
Its bay, beaches, as well as tourist developments near the region, turned the place into a hugely interesting port for national and worldwide tourism.
Among the main beaches that are in the bay are the main beaches of Puerto Marques, Majahua and Pichilingue. The bay of Puerto Marqués is located to the southeast of the bay of Santa Lucía (Acapulco bay), from which it is joined by the El Guitarrón hill with its point La Bruja, the other point that forms the semicircle is El Diamante, towards the South. Puerto Marqués is part of the popular tourist sector like Acapulco Diamante.
Representative Dishes, Seafood Soup Activities, Boat ride (Puerto Marqués Bay), Banana ride Aquatic Sky Show Diving, Jet ski rental What to do in Puerto Marqués Acapulco?
You can swim in the beach, rent a yacht, eat the typical dishes in restaurants and appreciate the nature of the place. How to get to Puerto Marques Acapulco?
It is located to the southeast of the bay of Acapulco, from which it is linked through the El Guitarrón hill with its La Bruja point.