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This vacation destination offers beautiful mountain views from both the Sierra Madres and the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Clean, peaceful beaches such as Barra Vieja are popular for their water sports like surfing and snorkeling. Visitors also enjoy boat trips to Tres Palos lagoon for an adventure with nature. You’ll be happy to discover that Acapulco Cruise Port is a favorite celebrity playground. Big name celebs like Brad Pitt and Antonio Banderas are helping this destination to make a comeback. Acapulco is also famous for its food and nightlife. Most of the rentals are concentrated in Acapulco with a few along the coast of Zihuatanejo.Coastal rentals for everyone
Whether you’re looking for a luxury beach vacation, or budget accommodations around the corner from the water, these Guerrero rentals have got you covered. Some of the features that stand out include a swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. Many of them are also child-friendly and can host couples and groups as well as solo travelers. A martini on the terrace with inspiring views or a sunset on the balcony might be just what you need to have a great vacation.
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The area and getting around
This area has a refreshing diversity of activities to enjoy. Start your sightseeing journey with a trip to Our Lady of Solitude Cathedral. This cathedral boasts unique architecture in a fusion of styles. Visitors can appreciate traces of Moorish and Byzantine styles while admiring the mosaic dome and learning some interesting historical facts. Cliff Divers at La Quebrada is another hotspot which became popular due to Elvis Presley’s 1963 movie, “Fun in Acapulco”. Travelers can also enjoy a special dinner at La Perla and watch a spectacular night show. Not to mention the Mural Diego Rivera, a must-see amazing mosaic depicting mythological creatures from Aztec culture.Explore the Market culture
Zócalo is the heartbeat of Acapulco. It’s located in the central plaza where you’ll find three famous open markets full of locals hawking their wares. Fresh produce, arts and crafts, food vendors, and lots of music permeate the atmosphere. As you continue through Zócalo you’ll enter the “Golden Zone” where ‘real’ Mexican food is found in all its splendor. This is a Foodie hotspot for a fresh catch of the day coupled with local ingredients to produce Acapulco favorites like, La Talla, Tamales with pumpkin seed mole, and Vuelve a la Vida for hangovers. Live music and exciting nightlife venues dominate the area!
Travelers and activities
Guerrero is a historical gem. Its timeline begins around 1000 B.C. and includes the Aztec Empire through the 1400s and the era of Spanish rule, leading up to the Mexican war in the 1800s where Guerrero made a great impact for independence. Visit the Acapulco Historical Museum located in the Fort of San Diego erected in 1616 to protect the region from Pirates. You’ll marvel at the numerous exhibits like the Mezcala culture dating to 700 BC with its fascinating stone masks and sculptures. You will also discover records of the Manila galleons that controlled the Pacific trade route and French involvement with Mexico in the 1860s.Guerrero for Outdoor enthusiasts
Explore the magnificent cave system at Grutas de Cacahuamilpa National Park. This beauty boasts 90 caverns with 200-foot-high ceilings in chambers like The Auditorium which has hosted orchestras! Afterwards there are rock climbing, hiking, and swimming activities in the park. Try out the Tres Vidas Golf Courses’ 18 championship level holes with awesome ocean views. Or, discover padel, invented in Acapulco in 1969 by Enrique Corcuera, and now a popular sport combining the best of tennis and squash. Be sure to enjoy the lovely scenic drive towards Punta Diamante and Puerto Marqués full of adrenaline pumping curves and jaw-dropping views.
Guerrero is the only state in Mexico that’s named after a president, due to outstanding leadership during the War of Independence.
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Take a morning to explore a 4000-year-old Aztec pyramid! Tour the adjacent Xihuacan Museum for more insights about their lifestyle. This is an active archeological site so there’s always some new pottery or artwork being added to the collection.2. Discover Mexican crafts
Zócalo is home to Our Lady of Solitude Cathedral built in the 1940s by Federico Mariscal. Its edifice is a combination of Byzantine, Moor, and Art Deco making it one of the most unique cathedrals of our time. Taxco is a mountain city near the great cave systems of the Sierra Madres where artisans fashioned exceptional silver jewelry.3. Spend the day on an island
Book a tour to La Roqueta Island and enjoy the beautiful nature preserve where you’ll see exotic plants and animals among the beautiful vistas. On the boat your guide will share fun facts about the island. There are kayaks for exploring and hiking trails too. Or, check out the marine life with a snorkel.4. Take a wet and wild ride
El Rollo Acapulco boasts waterslides and ziplines for thrill seekers. Alternatively, beeline over to Wave Pools and Children’s Island for a more relaxing approach. Also, there’s a dolphin show and white sandy beach, to name a few of the highlights.5. Enjoy some freshwater sports
At Coyuca Lagoon you can go island hopping and enjoy paddleboarding, jet skiing, and more in the freshwater lagoon. Also, the islands are home to pelicans, various herons, storks, and many other large bird species. So, while you’re having fun you’ll have some interesting wildlife photo-ops too!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Guerrero
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Guerrero?
Guerrero is one of the cheapest regions in Mexico. The price for a vacation rental is about $252 per night.
During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Guerrero?
If it is your aim to save the maximum during your visit to Guerrero, pack your bags and travel there in May ($242 per night on average), October ($242), or June ($244), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Guerrero go up the most?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Guerrero was January, with an average price of $276 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of $272, and then April, with $257.
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Guerrero?
To travel to Guerrero, it is not necessary to be organized well in advance. It has a high annual average availability of 57%, which allows you to be more flexible with your planning.
Which months offer the highest availability?
Last year, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Guerrero were September, August and October, with average availabilities of 70%, 67%, and 66%, respectively.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Guerrero?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is January (only 40% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by December (42%), and then February (45%).
How many rentals does Holidu have in Guerrero?
We have grouped together the offers from 7 different providers in Guerrero, so we can provide you with around 1,800 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!