Where the sun meets the sea

This state enjoys great popularity among Mexican and international tourists alike, largely thanks to one of the most famous and lively port cities in Mexico: Acapulco. This bay also forms part of the so-called Triangle of the Sun, which links up two other delights: Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo on the coast and Taxco inland, a Pueblo Mágico belonging to the “magical towns” program.

The state is criss-crossed by the southern and northern Sierra Madre, meaning it is full of mountains, valleys and lakes that provide plenty of opportunities for extreme sports.

Of particular note are a series of caves, with spectacular stalactite and stalagmite formations, revealing the entrails of the earth and the unusual animals that live there.

Among the most interesting caves are Juxtlahuaca, Oxtotitlán and Cacahuamilpa, with the latter being the largest and most impressive. Such is its renown that it has provided the setting for films such as Journey to the Center of the Earth with American actor Brendan Fraser, as well as for shooting commercials for leading brands of beer.


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