In the Mexican part of the Pacific Ocean, Tenacatita is one of the most beautiful bays of the whole "Costalegre," located in the southwestern region of Jalisco. It covers an area of 6.5 km and has three beaches: Boca de Iguanas, Tenacatita and La Manzanilla. The beaches of fine golden sand, clear turquoise and emerald water and the landscape, which is dotted by lush greenery of innumerable palm, almond and banana trees and parrots. It is the perfect destination for discovering the coastal landscape of forest and mountains.
At the gates of this Paradise, in front of a private beach and stunning views over the Bay, there is the Hotel BlueBay Los Ángeles Locos, By participating in sustainable tourism, the guests can contribute to the conservation of mangroves and the sea turtle, protecting the breeding of eggs as well as conducting educational activities at the MiniClub.
Tenacatita means "red rock;" this site was named after a ridge of reddish stone found in the southern part of the bay. It is said that the Aztecs used the red stone to build their houses there and it is one of the few places in Mexico where the sun appears and hides at the seaside in winter, depending on the observer's position.
A unique curve of calm, fine sand beaches that extends over several kilometers, contains a large variety of marine species such as octopus, lobsters, crabs, snails and clams. There are a couple of perpendicular creeks which lead to a spectacular space where you can go snorkeling and scuba diving.
Famous for its spectacular mangroves, unique in the región, it is a place of a silent beauty, where the combination of natural elements entrances its visitors.