(The dark sand bay)
Bahía Cuastecomate is located 4 km from the
Mex 200 junction on the West side of Melaque. It is named after the fruit
Tree which grow there. The dark sand beach is well
protected from offshore winds, making it a quiet spot for
swimming, snorkeling or sunbathing. Cuastecomate now has the
distinction of being the first Disabled-Inclusive town in
México. The whole village has been transformed to accommodate
all disabled persons, with a
beach boardwalk for
level paved streets and sidewalks, signs in Braille, disabled
accessible toilets, guide dogs, first-aid personnel and other
PLACES TO STAY
La Quinta Gran Bahía 4 Star ($$$$)
Calle Bahía No.1
64 Rooms & 6
Dueno/Gerente: José Manuel Troitiño Carrera
Tel: (315).355.5085, (315).355.7550
Cel: (315).112.9488, (315).109.4032
Located on the south side of the beach.
Bungalows Lupita ($$$) (Since 2013)
Calle Bahía No.3
Rooms & 4
Front Desk Bungalows take 6 adults, A/C, Parking.
Jorge Vidrio Figueroa
Gerente: Neida Vidrio Tel: (315).355.5064
Located on the right when entering Cuastecomate.
Three blocks from the Beach.
STORE: Abarrotes Alondra, Calle Cuastecomates
No.11, Open 8am-9pm, Cel: (315).107.6204.
NOTE: There is no local bus service to
Cuastecomate, but you can take a taxi from Barra/Melaque.
Active people often hike over from San Patricio Melaque.
Cuastecomate is pronounced (koh-ah-stay-koh-MAH-tay)
Aerial View Photo
Playa Cuastecomate Video