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Barra de Potosi is a small fishing village on the Pacific coast in Guerrero State, Mexico.

Barra de Potosi

Barra de Potosi offers one of the attractions is the Laguna de Potosi bucks where you can tour through the mangroves and admire a variety of birds from a boat. For bird lovers, Used will find many different species, also offers a variety of restaurants (booths) and numerous beaches for water sports. Barra de Potosi, Guerrero, Mexico
Barra de Potosi is located 25 km east of Zihuatanejo. To get you can take Highway No. 200 from Acapulco to Zihuatanejo and take the road which is just 20 km away from the latter place. 15 km further on is access to the Laguna de Potosi.

Barra de Potosi is a small fishing village on the Pacific coast in Guerrero State, Mexico.

If you love and respect nature, if you are looking for tranquility and a place away from the crowds if you're looking for a broad beach, clean and isolation broken only by birds and fish, Barra de Potosi is what you want.

It remains a typical Mexican town of about 500. Located in the countryside, with a pristine beach and lagoon to one side. No bars, clubs and markets. The best you can find are the booths (restaurants covered with palm leaves) on the beach where you can relax in a hammock while watching the pelicans fly over the water, a drink and enjoy fresh seafood. You can also ride in a kayak around the bay or lagoon and watch the birds that inhabit the place, riding on the beach, or go through a small forested area on the other side of the hill, or climb the latter.

Bar means "sand bank." The sea opens and closes the lagoon every six months. The movement of sand is huge. The sea takes and returns weeks later. The structure of the sand is a little different than normal is more square and makes noise when you walk. There are also black sand (called Arena Azul), which comes from the mountains.

Playa Blanca extends 7 kilometers north of the coast of Barra de Potosi (the northern portion is called Playa Larga). The bay as a whole (including both beaches) is called Bahía de Potosí. There can still see white pelicans, which are endangered, you may also see flamingos and great blue herons

GPS coordinates:

Length (dec): -101.439444

Latitude (dec): 17.544444

The town lies at an average height of 5 meters above sea level

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