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Huatulco is a planned resort city located on the southern Pacific coast of Mexico, where the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains meet the ocean in the state of Oaxaca. Huatulco is eco-friendly and received the international EarthCheck Gold award the first and only destination in the Americas to receive this prestigious award.

In 1974, Fonatur (Foundation of Tourism) was established by the Mexican federal government as a trust with the objective of creating economic development in Southern Mexico. The first tourist destination that Fonatur built was Cancun. Fonatur then went on to build up Los Cabos, Ixtapa, Loreto, and finally, now Huatulco. With higher demand than supply for quality residential properties in Huatulco, Península Huatulco offers purchase opportunities that have never before existed in the city.


Huatulco highlights...

  • 100% of the electricity is generated by wind.

  • One of the cleanest, safest cities in Mexico and water is safe to drink from the tap.

  • More than 330 sunny days a year with an annual average temperature of 28°C/80°F.

  • Huatulco has its own international airport.

  • Known for its nine bays and 36 beaches.

  • Huatulco is in a low hurricane risk location.

  • Excellent infrastructure, from roads to health care to high speed fiber connectivity.

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The Huatulco Experience


The main harbor can accommodate two cruise ships simultaneously, of up to 900 ft length, with up to 3,350 passengers each.


Huatulco is the perfect place for foodies. While famous for its endless array of seafood fare, there are a wide range of local and international cuisine options throughout the city.


Whether you like to walk the beaten track or explore uncharted territory, you will not run out of options in Huatulco where watching whales, dolphins, sea turtles and exotioc birds and more are all part of the local experience.



Huatulco outdoor activities include golfing, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, boating, jet skiing, rafting, hiking, surfing, and the list goes on. Three of the top ten surfing beaches in Mexico are within driving distance, with one being only an hour away.

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