Tecolutla will always have a beach to surprise you with but, without a doubt, a very good option to get to know some of the most beautiful ones is to go to Costa Esmeralda, which is a 20-kilometer strip between Nautla and Tecolutla, along along the Gulf of Mexico.
La Guadalupe, La Vigueta, Playa Oriente, Monte Gordo, casitas and Maracaibo are located here, so you will have many options to choose from and for this reason it has become a highly sought-after natural tourist corridor among visitors, who usually walk the sand. Toasted by the sun and enjoy the warm water that invites you to swim in it, it has even been called the small Veracruz Riviera because of the beautiful turquoise blue of its waters.
For the more adventurous, they can camp, practice or kayak on the Filobobos River. And very close to that strip is also Hueytepec, an archaeological zone little known but worthwhile.
Nor can you miss Barra Boca de Lima, which is located just 10 kilometers northwest of Tecolutla, an ideal place to dive or take beautiful horseback riding along its beaches.