viernes, 18 de mayo de 2012

Ixtapa Zihuatanejo

Ixtapa is a small, beautiful, secluded resort community on the Pacific Ocean between Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta.
Tesoro Ixtapa
Perfect weather, spectacular ocean views and sunsets, and the majestic Sierra Madre mountains make Ixtapa a tropical paradise and the most beautiful of Mexico’s beaches.

The average temperature is 86°F high and 72°F low with an average of 340 sunny days per year.

The pace is leisurely and suited to relaxation. Open air beachfront and international restaurants feature gourmet Mexican, Continental, Italian & French Cuisine.

Your beach front destination will be the new Tesoro Ixtapa Resort and Suites.

Activities in the beach
Located next to the marina and the championship Marina Ixtapa golf course, the Tesoro Ixtapa is in the center of all of the area activities.

The area is rich in ‘Old Mexico’ tradition and atmosphere with all of modern Mexico’s convenience and resources.

Just 20 minutes from the airport and only 5 minutes from the sights of the tiny fishing village of Zihuatanejo, you will be in easy walking distance of the finest restaurants, exciting bars, great shopping golf, and much, much, more.


18 hole Marina Ixtapa Golf Course
18 hole Compo de Golf, a Robert Trent Jones course
Tennis club and courts
Large boat marina
Biking and walking path
Sunset and day cruises
Beachfront and international restaurants
Sport fishing
Snorkeling and scuba diving
Children’s water park/mini golf
Parasailing, Boogie Boarding, Spinnaker Sailing
Nightclubs & Night life activities
Convenient and inexpensive transportation
Activities in the pool
Shops and Great Shopping
Guided Tours & Excursions


A unique fishing village five minutes from Ixtapa on a tropical bay
Native arts and crafts
Old Mexico charm and atmosphere
Beautiful, quiet, beaches
Romantic, open air restaurants

Both Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo offer the visual beauty of the Sierra Madre mountains, lush tropical forests of palms mixed with exotic floral color, and the clear blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. You will want to bring your camera.

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