Casa Las Piedras
Casa las Piedras, Troncones, Guerrero, Mexicohttp://www.casalaspiedras.com+1 650 559 0687 | +52 755 553 2876
Beautiful birds fly along the beach, as dolphins and whales swim by. An ideal destination to inspire anyone. A number of people from America and Canada have joined the local Mexican population to create a unique place to visit. Many tourists are writers or artists looking for inspiration in a beautiful and peaceful place. Surfers come here from around the world to enjoy the wonderful waves.
Playa Las Gatas, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero
Playa Las Gatas, Zihuatanejo, GuerreroFrom TripAvisor "I go to Las Gatas beach every time I visit Zihuatanejo (which is fairly often) and I love it there. There are some great restaurants and people. I always have my snorkel gear but there are places that rent it. The snorkeling is available for about any skill level. Last year I even saw a turtle while snorkeling there."
Playa la Ropa
ZihuatanejoFrom Tripadvisor: "This beach is on one of the most beautiful bays in Mexico.... small in scale and giving good, protected swimming. I'm not much into the beach and water sports, but for those who are, there's parasailing, water skiing, snorkeling, banana boats, catamarans, kayaks... and a whole kilometer of wide sandy beach lined with palm trees to just hang out on, soak up the sun and read. Early morning beach walks are great. My favorite restaurants: La Perla and Paty's Mar y Mar."
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport
6 km (4 millas) del centro de Zihuatanejo.6 km (4 millas) d52-(755)-554-2070 | 52-(755)-553-1570The Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo International Airport offers direct flights to major Mexican and North American cities.
The Zihuatanejo bus station serves major Mexican cities with direct luxury coaches.
Zihuatanejo, GuerreroThe nearest city and airport to our hotel, a lovely Pacific Ocean resort city full of tourist attractions and wonderful beaches. 30 minutes by taxi/car to our hotel.
Acapulco, GuerreroThe city is best known as one of Mexico’s oldest and most well-known beach resorts, which came into prominence by the 1950s as a getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires
Mexico City, Distrito FederalThe capital of Mexico and largest international airport serving European and Asian capitals. "D.F" as it is called by Mexicans (for "Federal District (of Mexico)" is a 1 hr flight or 8 hour drive to Zihuatenango city.
Guadalajara, JALMexico's 2nd largest city, also reachable by direct flight or car ride of 6 hours
Activities in Zihuatanejo
Adelita 6801 755 554 9191Paco and Maura gave us a great scuba/snorkel trip. Smaller outfit that gave us a wonderful trip and showed us some great fish and coral formation.
Picante Sail and Snorkel Tour
Yates del Sol, S.A. DE C.V. Zihuatanejo 40880 Méxicohttp://www.picantecruises.com(+52) (755) 554-2694Fast and fun, the Picante, an ultramodern sailing catamaran, brings you remarkable sailing, snorkeling, sunset and adventure tours to Ixtapa, around Zihuatanejo Bay and to nearby reefs for your exploration and pleasure
Mercado de las Artesanias
5 de Mayo 801 755 554 1802Mercado la de Artesanias 5 de Mayo 8
Restaurants in Zihuatanejo
La Sirena Gorda
Paseo del Pescador, Centro, Zihuatanejo, GROFrom Formers: "For one of the most popular breakfasts in town, head to the fun and unusual Sirena Gorda. "The Fat Mermaid," as it translates into English, serves a variety of eggs and omelets, hotcakes or French toast, and fruit with granola and yogurt. ... "
La Casa Que Canta
Camino Escencio a Playa la Ropa, Not SpecifiedPrivacy, romanticism, architecture refined Mexican Cuisine and the caring warmth of our staff has earned us a far-reaching reputation throughout the years.
Tamales y Atoles Any
Calle Vicente Guerrero 38, At Calle Ejido01 755 554 7373As its name implies, this eatery is all about hot and delicious tamales - the menu features a range of the tried and true Mexican fare showcasing a selection of fresh and delectable fillings.
Restaurants in Troncones
Mariscos (Seafood) and other Mexican Specialties
Argentinian steaks; Fish and Mariscos; Fajitas; Postres; Dance shows on Saturday night; Turtles released on Sunday nights
Manzanillo Bay Inn
Fine cuisine: Lobster tail "al mojo de ajo"; Surf & Turf; Jumbo Prawns (flambe or coconut crusted); Seared Yellow fin Tuna w/ tequila-citrus glaze; BBQ Michoacan pork ribs with Idaho Fries; Traditional Mexican plates; "Big Boy" Tequila; Ice cream
Tacos, hamburgers, sports bar, Italian gelato