Huatulco, located on the coast of Oaxaca, is 277 kilometers (172 miles) from the state capital and 765 kilometers (475 miles) from Mexico City. Flying time is 50 minutes. It also has excellent access by land and sea. Its warm climate allows visitors to enjoy 256 sunny days a year.
Nearby are traditional ports like Puerto Angel (52 km/32 m) and Puerto Escondido (109 km/68 m) as well as picturesque towns like Santa María Huatulco (34 km/21 m) and Pochutla (40 km/25 m). Marina Chahué is located on the bay of the same name, which lies between Santa Cruz and Tangolunda. It has 86 slips with electricity, water and storage facilities. Enrique Loustalot Leclette is the Harbor Master. Additionally, there are facilities for yachts and small boats in Tangolunda Bay And Santa Cruz Huatulco. With is nine beautiful bays of dazzling blue waters, is a heaven lying on the southern seaboard of the Mexican pacific. The Bays of Huatulco are located along the coast of the state of Oaxaca, at the end of the Sierra Madre mountain range, and stretch along 35 kilometers (22 miles) of the pacific, between the Coyula and Copalita rivers.