(The dark sand bay)
Bahía Cuastecomate is located 4 km from the
Mex 200 junction west of Melaque, and named after the fruit
of the Tecomate tree. The dark sand beach in this cove is well
protected from offshore winds, making it a quiet spot for
swimming, snorkeling or sunbathing. It is only a short taxi ride
away from Melaque, but active people may decide to hike here.
Snorkeling is best on the reef on the south side of the bay. Cuastecomate
is pronounced (koh-ah-stay-koh-MAH-tay)
PLACES TO STAY
Bungalows Lupita ($500p/n) New
Calle Bahía s/n (no number)
Rooms & 3
Front Desk Bungalows take 6 adults, A/C, Parking.
Jorge Vidrio Figueroa
Gerente: Lorena Garcia
Tel: (315).355.5064 Cel: (315).100.6373
Located on the right when entering Cuastecomate.
There is no local bus service to
Cuastecomate, but you can take a taxi from Barra/Melaque.
Aerial View Photo
PLACES TO EAT
Playa Cuastecomate Video (slow loading -
Eight beachfront restaurants lie
along the playa. (listed north to south)
(Mario Alberto), El Camaronero,
El Oso, El Cayuco del
María, and La Quinta Posada Real.