Michoacán offers 12 beaches to enjoy during Holy Week

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The Ministry of Tourism ensures that everything is ready to welcome national and foreign visitors and walkers on the Michoacan coast.

To enjoy unique and unforgettable experiences in the upcoming holiday period, in Michoacán you will find 12 beaches along its 240 kilometers of coastline bathed by the waves of the Pacific.

There is still time to plan a visit to these beaches this Holy Week and the spring break that runs from March 24 to April 7 of this year.

The Ministry of Tourism of the state government assures that everything is ready to receive national and foreign visitors and walkers on the Michoacan coast, which includes the municipalities of Lázaro Cárdenas, Aquila, and Caohuayana.

It assures that, for a pleasant stay, there are hotels, restaurants, and tourist guides, in order to provide services to attendees mainly from neighboring states such as Jalisco, Querétaro, Guanajuato, State of Mexico, and Mexico City.


It says that crystal clear waters and excellent views can be appreciated at the 12 most visited beaches which are: Maruata, Caleta de Campos, Faro de Bucearías, Nexpa, Las Brisas, San Juan de Alima, Boca de Apiza, Playa Jardín, Las Peñas, Chuquiapan, La Soledad, and Playa Azul.

At each of these sites, a wide variety of typical food made with high-quality fish and seafood is offered, which is prepared by men and women who are ready to please the most demanding palates.

In addition, the tourism authority explains that along the coastal road, tourists will appreciate a great amount of biodiversity of animal and plant species, as well as landscapes and rivers with unique characteristics.

And to ensure a safe visit, the State Health Secretariat developed water sampling of these beaches, which established that they are clean and free of pollutants, thereby, the population can peacefully carry out their recreational activities such as swimming, surfing, and diving.

In this sense, Health personnel explained that the samplings contribute so that tourists have the certainty that there is no risk of contracting skin diseases.”

Source: El Universal