See Tangolunda Bay and take selfies by the big Huatulco sign
Visit the Iglesia de la Crucecita and see the beautiful ceiling mural of the Virgin of Guadalupe
On a catamaran sailing, see the huge blowhole where the sea can jet up to 30 metres
Admire La Cara de la Piedra an incredible giant face made by nature over the years
In La Crucecita, visit El Zócalo, a popular park surrounded by cafés and small stores. Scout for black pottery from Oaxaca and Mexican alebrijes – colourfully painted fantastical creatures. Visit the church, Iglesia de la Crucecita to see the beautiful ceiling painting. Then board a catamaran and pass Huatulco's many stunning beaches. Marvel at La Bufadora, a blowhole, where the sea jets up like a geyser. Admire La Cara de la Piedra – ‘the Stone Face’ – a massive face on the rocks engraved by the waves and the wind. Continue to two secluded bays, Bahía Órgano and Bahía Maguey, before sailing back.