La Quebrada Clavadistas
Sinfonía del Mar
The magical Sinfonía del Mar is an outdoor stepped plaza that occasionally hosts concerts, but mainly serves as an amazing place to view...
Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Cathedral
The Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Cathedral built in 1930 dominates the square and is unusual for its blue-domed, Byzantine architecture.
Every night Acapulco’s leafy old town zócalo comes alive with street performers, mariachis, sidewalk cafes and occasional festivals....
Restaurant-Bar La Perla
Candlelit terraces, sea breezes and first-rate views of the death-defying clavadistas almost justify the high price of a meal here;...
Plazoleta La Quebrada · interesting places nearby
La Quebrada Clavadistas information
Acapulco’s most popular tourist attraction, the famous cliff divers of La Quebrada have been dazzling audiences since 1934, diving with fearless finesse from heights of 25m to 35m into the narrow ocean cove below. The last show usually features divers holding torches. For good road karma, tip the divers when they come through the crowd. La Perla restaurant-bar provides a great but pricey view of the divers from above.
Just south of La Quebrada, you’ll find the lovely Sinfonía del Mar (Symphony of the Sea), an outdoor stepped plaza that occasionally hosts concerts, but mainly serves as an amazing place to view sunsets.