It's more for locals and it's usually very crowded but it's a pretty old beach with hotel boca chica close
About Playas Caleta y Caletilla
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This is a lovely calm and quiet beach mid-week, a very good beach for small children as there are only (usually) gentle waves. There are a number of beachfront restaurants but the best, by a long way, is La Cabaña. This beach should be avoided...More
Went snorkeling out of Caleta and had a great time. When we returned we went to a small beachfront restaurant, I can't remember the name but you can't miss it, for lunch. A friend had the fish fillet in mango sauce. On our trip home...More
I went out here on a day trip, and so glad I did. Take a glass-bottom boat (fondo cristal) ride out into the harbor, 85 pesos, (about $5USD). Lots of neat tropical fish, and people so nice. Rent a beach chair and relax, you're in...More
We went to Caleta one day and Caletilla the next day. We have several people in our group that are using walkers or wheel chairs. They picked this beach because it is fairly accessible. At Caleta the older people stayed in the restaurant while the...More
This is pretty well where the famous Acapulco all began and it is still very popular today! The locals flock to this beach, especially on the weekends and with good reasons. The water is calm, shallow and no big waves so it is great for...More
This beach is best early in the day, with calm waters and few people. As others have pointed out, during the busiest Mexican Holiday weeks, it, like all the other beaches in Acapulco become quite crowded. most other times of the year there are more...More
It is a public beach and during vacations or holidays you can't even move around. The beach is dirty and there are too many street vendors all over the place. If you are looking for peace and quiet, avoid this beach.
Spent an afternoon at La Cabana on the beach side and was once again happy to go swimming in the little bay with so many people. The water was the wormest that I had seen in many years..