Las Alamandas Beaches

Only a few decades ago, there were no Mexico coastal hideaways along this stretch of Pacific Ocean, which is lined with thick jungle vegetation and the rugged ranges of the Sierra Madre Mountains. A great deal of this wild area is ecologically protected, by both the government as well as the scattering of luxury Costa Alegre hotels and resorts. Even today, few roads lead to the ocean from the main north-south Highway 200. As a result, the Mexico beaches found here are often completely deserted, and all are pristine. One of the four Las Alamandas beaches may be just steps away from your room, depending on which Las Alamandas room you choose to book.

Because the property surrounding the Las Alamandas beaches comprises 1,500 acres and this is one of the luxury Costa Alegre hotels that caters to a very small number of guests (no more than 30 at a time), it's easy to see why the beaches of this and other Mexico coastal hideaways make you feel like you are enjoying a part of your own private estate. This exclusive resort will assist you in enjoying everything from Mexico scuba diving and snorkeling to a secluded romantic picnic catered just for two. You can go horseback riding on the Las Alamandas beaches or set off in a boat for some fishing. At night, take a romantic beach stroll just steps from your Las Alamandas room.

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