One of Acapulco’s most famous tourist attractions, La Quebrada is a deep narrow gorge where dare devil divers jump from high cliffs into the water. Visitors can view the spectacle from a viewpoint across the ravine.
Playa Icacos (Icacos Beach) is one of the more popular beach destinations in Acapulco. Along the beach you can find luxury hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The beach is regularly guarded with life guards. Swimmers should note that the swells on this beach can vary from flat to high dangerous waves. Precaution should be taken when conditions are rough.
Formerly known as Fort of San Carlos, The fort of San Diego is a star shaped fort in Acapulco that overlooks Acapulco Bay. The fort was originally built to protect the Spanish from English and Dutch buccaneers.
Acapulco is rich in nightlife. After a long day at the beach or sightseeing, Acapulco’s nightlife is perfect to unwind. From luxury nightclubs to low key piano bars, you’ll find something to enjoy. Many of the citi’s bars and clubs overlook the bay, giving you spectacular views while you drink the night away.