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Villas Mykonos
4 Etoiles  
(4 Chambres)

Camino al Faro Colonia El Faro, Zipolite (Carte)

Villas Mykonos has a privileged location in Zipolite: in front of the sea. It features an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, terrace and a pool table. All rooms in Villas Mykonos are air-conditioned, and have flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Fre  plus...

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Villas Mykonos Casa Blanca
4 Etoiles  
(3 Chambres)

Camino al Faro Colonia El Faro, Zipolite (Carte)

Villas Mykonos Casa Blanca has a privileged location: in front of the sea with beautiful sea views. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace. All 3 rooms in Villas Mykonos are air-conditioned, and have flat-screen TV with satellite channel  plus...

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Hotel Playa Zipolite
3 Etoiles  
(24 Chambres)

Zona Adoquinada, Zipolite (Carte)

Situated right on the beachfront in Zipolite, Hotel Playa Zipolite offers an outdoor pool and hot tub, a sun terrace and a free Wi-Fi zone. Rooms features tiled floors and private bathrooms. Hotel Playa Zipolite has a 24-hour reception, where staff  plus...

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Posada Mexico
0 Etoiles  
(12 Chambres)

Calle del Adoquin, Roca Blanca, Zipolite (Carte)

Centrally located in Zipolite Beach, Posada Mexico is 10 minutes’ drive from Mazunte town and 5 km distance from Puerto Ángel Beach. It features a beach front area and free Wi-Fi. Cabins at Posada Mexico feature Mexican-style décor, a work desk, a f  plus...

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El Alquimista
4 Etoiles  
(16 Chambres)

Domicilio Conocido, Roca Blanca Zipolite, Zipolite (Carte)

El Alquimista hotel is a nude friendly facility in Zipolite beach, Oaxaca. The hotel has spa services and yoga lessons, and the swimming pool is for adult use only (over 15 years-old). The restaurant is known for its excellent international menu, an  plus...

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Villa Escondida
3 Etoiles  

Domicilio Conocido S/N, Lomas del Centro, Zipolite (Carte)

L’hébergement Villa Escondida à Zipolite, Mexiqu Domicilio Conocido S/N, Lomas del Centro. Malheureusement, une réservation en ligne n’est pas encore possible.
Cet établissement Villa Escondida on réjouit de vous accueillir bientôt. L’exactitude des données indiquées n’est pas garantie et dépend de la mise à jour par la direction de cet hébergement.  plus...

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Lo Cosmico
0 Etoiles  

Camino a Shambhala, Colonia Roca Blanca, Zipolite (Carte)

L’hébergement Lo Cosmico à Zipolite, Mexiqu Camino a Shambhala, Colonia Roca Blanca. Malheureusement, une réservation en ligne n’est pas encore possible.
Cet établissement Lo Cosmico on réjouit de vous accueillir bientôt. L’exactitude des données indiquées n’est pas garantie et dépend de la mise à jour par la direction de cet hébergement.  plus...

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Hostal Teresa
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Al Final del Adoquin, Colonia Roca Blanca, Zipolite (Carte)

L’hébergement Hostal Teresa à Zipolite, Mexiqu Al Final del Adoquin, Colonia Roca Blanca. Malheureusement, une réservation en ligne n’est pas encore possible.
Cet établissement Hostal Teresa on réjouit de vous accueillir bientôt. L’exactitude des données indiquées n’est pas garantie et dépend de la mise à jour par la direction de cet hébergement.  plus...

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Zipolite:

Zipolite is a beach and a small village in Mexico with a distinctive happy vibe. It is probably most well-known for its clothing-optional policy. Zipolite is a beach community located in San Pedro Pochutla municipality on the southern coast of Oaxaca state in Mexico. It is located between Huatulco and Puerto Escondido and is part of the “Riviera Oaxaqueña” area. Zipolite is best known as being one of Mexico’s very few nude beaches and for retaining much of the hippie culture that made it notable in the 1960s and 1970s. The name Zipolite, sometimes spelled Sipolite or Cipolite probably comes from the Nahuatl word sipolitlan or zipotli, meaning "bumpy place" or "place of continuous bumps or hills". However, some claim the name means “beach of the dead” in either Nahuatl or Zapotec because of dangerous underwater currents just offshore. The beach is currently popular with foreign tourists, especially backpackers, who stay in one of the many rustic cabins or camping spaces that line the beach.

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