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  • Excellent52%
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  • Average6%
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26 Jul 2018
“Pleasant place”
6 Jul 2018
“Fantastic place”
These dramatic hilly slopes are home to Las Hadas, known as a "fantasy land."
Manzanillo, Mexico
+52 314 337 2166
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from US$ 67.00
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Reviewed 10 March 2015

Beautiful and the fleamarket on saturdays was great, lots of variety and very good prices. The beach is beautiful and the surf is magnificent..Very friendly people and lots of English. Not too pushy for sales..

1  Thank Lois C
Reviewed 3 March 2015

We recently spent a month in Manzanillo, Jan 30, 2015 to end of Feb, We had a car rented and paid for with Thrifty at the Manzanillo Airport. We arrived mid day, cleared customs and headed to the rental car counters, stepped up to Thrifty's...More

7  Thank Murray M
Reviewed 26 February 2015

You can do no better than the views available from this location. If you are in the area find a hotel and enjoy..

Thank Lee J
Reviewed 18 February 2015

We went out for a stroll along the beach where we ended up climbing up the rocks to go out near the the tip of the pensisula where we were able to see all sorts of sea life.

Thank JuanPaulo22
Reviewed 1 January 2015

This peninsula divides the large Manzanillo bay into north and south lobes. The east end of the peninsula is occupied by a golf course. The rocky west end of the peninsula is relatively high and rocky, covered by luxurious homes, condos and hotels. One can...More

Thank Richard289
Reviewed 25 December 2014

This peninsula houses a variety of high end condos and funky buildings built along, what seems to be, almost impossibly challenging cliffs. The high end Las Hadas resort can be found here as well as the Barceló golf course. Now on the flip side, the...More

Thank DavidTAC
Reviewed 3 December 2014

There are a group of resturants at the Las Hadas marina, some resturants associated with the hotels, and various resturants along the road out to Audienca beach. The cobble stone streets and steep climbs to anywhere are a challenge, but #8 bus will take you...More

4  Thank Boatwatch
Reviewed 22 May 2013

We enjoy Santiago Peninsula with all they have to offer. We enjoy the Oasis restaurante, for food and entertainment. We discovered this year at the very end of the road of the main road, in fact a dirt road that lead us to 4 maybe...More

1  Thank Dona H
Reviewed 24 February 2013

Very funny 3 hrs boat trip, view of Elephant rock, snokeling, and danse entertained by the GEO. Dinner fantastic on the beach. Swimming.

2  Thank Sylvie B
Reviewed 26 January 2013

Go to lay back, watch the waves, have margaritas, swim and hang out. Tables, chairs and umbrellas are at a price, but you can hang out all day.

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Response from Richard289 | Reviewed this property |
We cruise the coast of Mexico every year by sailboat and love stopping in the Manzanillo area. Our favourite walking beach in Mexico is along the west lobe of the bay - from Olas Altas to La Boquita. There is a lovely... More
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25 February 2015|
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Response from Richard289 | Reviewed this property |
There is a bus route that does a counterclockwise loop on the point, past the Tesoro and Las Hadas resorts. I have not taken the bus in recent years as in the past it ran infrequently. When we stay at Las Hadas we often... More