Zihuatanejo & Surrounding Areas
An old fishing village, has cobblestone streets with restaurants, shopping, and art galleries. The area's three
beaches invite all water sports. In addition, the waters off Zihuatanejo
are famed for their abundance of game fish- including sailfish, marlin and rooster fish.
The Costa Grande, the “Big Coast”, of the state of Guerrero angles 200 miles southeast from the Río Balsas to
Acapulco. Before the highway came in the 1960's, this was a land of corn, coconuts, fish, and fruit.
During the 1970s, planners decided to create the best of all possible worlds by building Ixtapa, a luxurious
resort on a pearly beach five miles away. Now, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo's clear, rich waters, forested eco-sanctuaries,
pearly little beaches, pristine offshore islets, good food, comfortable hotels, and friendly local folks offer visitors
the ingredients for memorable stays any time of the year. It is a modern-day creation with skyscraper hotels,
discos with dancing until dawn and two golf courses. It also offers a variety of fine restaurants and recreational
Visit the Directory
for Ixtapa Zihuatanejo Mexico for a list of the current activities.
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