: Carraterra 200
: Playa Manzanillo
: Palapa de Pablo y Doris
: Palapa de Pablo y Doris
Car: not necessary
Villa Puesta del Sol epitomizes the real estate maxim 'Location, Location, Location!' Dramatically perched on a point jutting out into the Pacific Ocean, you can catch the sunrise, sunset, and everything in between. Our villa is right above the beach, but out of the noise and hustle of such an environ. Our oceanfront home, Villa Puesta del Sol, is dramatically located on the cliff above Bahia Angelito and is within walking distance to all of Puerto Escondido's best attractions: including its beaches, boating, surfing, shopping, and restaurants. This villa ideally fits the real estate maxim: location, location, location. Villa Puesta del Sol possesses a stunning ocean view from La Punta (the point) to the far side of Bahia Angelito and is one of the few properties in Puerto Escondido to face west and it takes full advantage of the stunning sunsets. The closest beach is Playa Manzanillo, which is a mere three minute walk from the villa, and the best place to s swim, fish, snorkel, sunbathe and catch a boat ride. There are very few houses in Puerto Escondido closer to a swimming beach (maybe 5 or 6, and that's splitting hairs). Our villa has been professionally decorated and is designed to be as practical and comfortable as it is tasteful and beautiful. We're sure you'll agree.
The tropical climate of Puerto Escondido means that temperatures generally average about 85 degrees, Fahrenheit (30 Celsius) with little variation from month to month. Swimming — Puerto has great beaches for swimming: Manzanillo, Angelito, Carrizalillo, Principal, Marinero, and the eastern edge of Bacocho. Surfing — The beach at Zicatela draws surfers from around the world. The best surfing is from April through November. Novices can learn to surf near the point or in Bahia Carrizalillo. Sports fishing — Fish for sailfish, marlin, tuna, dorado, & mahi-mahi. Birding and nature tours — a professional ornithologist and guide leads expeditions through the wild lagoons of the area where visitors can see many of the 250 species of birds. Puerto Escondido has, hands down, some of the best and most varied cuisine I've experienced in Mexico. Zapotec cuisine is the local cultural fare, as well as seafood. Italian, Sushi, BBQ, as well as traditional Mexican dishes are prevalently prepared.
Other Activities: Archeological Ruins, Skydiving, horseback riding, hot springs, zip lines, coffee plantations, baby turtle release, luminescent lagoons.