Located along the tourist strip, in the heart of the Bahía El Palmar and only minutes away from the fishing village of Zihuatanejo, you will find Tesoro Ixtapa, with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and the tropical mountains, this comfortable all inclusive hotel is provided with diverse activities of beach and night entertainment.
Families, young people and couples will find a treasure in the calm waters, golden sands and sunny landscapes of this vibrant Mexican destination. Tesoro Ixtapa meets traditional mexican influence to combine them with its perfect location, creating on the infinite goodness of this beautiful destination, the ideal place to enjoy a well deserved vacation.
Located in downtown Zihuatanejo and of approx. 400 meters (0.25 miles) long. Many restaurants alongside. Beside this beach is the main Pier from where you can take a boat to Playa Las Gatas beach or for a fun day of fishing and it is where the passengers from luxury cruises arrive for a tour of our cities. From here you will be able to admire the four beaches located within our bay. Officially it bears the name of "Playa del Puerto" (Beach of the Port) but everybody refers to it as "Principal" (Main beach) and that way its known.
It is the smallest beach within our bay, approx. 300 meters (0.18 miles) long and with very soft waves. Ideal for relax. Some restaurants and snack-bars on its shore. Its name "the wood beach" originates from colonial times when Spanish trading ships loaded oak, pine and mahogany at this point.
The longest beach of Zihuatanejo’s bay and approx. 1 km (0.63 miles) long. Soft to medium waves most of the year. Medium to high waves during our rainy season. Water sports rentals. Many restaurants and snack-bars along its shore that open from breakfast to dinner. It is probably the most famous and popular beach of our destination. Its name "the clothes beach" according to a local legend, is because a commercial Spanish galleon returning from the Orient shipwrecked at the entrance of the bay and its cargo of fine silks and clothing washed ashore.
Across the bay. Small beach with about 250 meters and away from the city. A seclude beach with practically no waves due to the underwater reef constructed by our ancient civilization. Ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. Many water sports available. Lots of restaurant on its shores. Recommended for a whole day outing. Best way to get there is by taking the shuttle boats from pier at Playa Principal beach. It got its name from the docile and harmless nurse or cat sharks that lived at the bottom of this beach many, many years ago.
Where the main hotel’s strip is located in hotel's Zone I. Semi-open bay of about 2.5 kms. (1.6 miles) long. Most water sports available including parachute rides. This is Ixtapa's main beach, a broad stretch of pleasantly-soft sand and it's one of the places to watch spectacular sunsets. Its named "the palm trees beach" because it was a huge coconut plantation there before Ixtapa was developed.
A beach that, at some point, someone seemed very nice and so it was baptized, little more than 1 km long, located in front of the Ixtapa Island so it is obligatory before embark, dark and stony sandy.
Here you can fin everything fresh coconuts, handicrafts and beach clothes, food and transport, can be reached by bike because here comes the bike path (Aztlán Park)
The crocodile is located at Playa Linda, a reserve where you can admire in addition to the famous crocodiles abound in this area, birds, turtles and iguanas; with luck, you will find Tamakún, the king of the crocodiles, a bit of a celebrity, without fear interacts with these wild animals.
One of the longest beach in our destination, more than 3 kms. (1.8 miles) long. Big waves because it is open sea. Many informal seafood restaurants. Nothing but suntan, food and great long walks or jogging. Best way to get there is by taxi. It gets its name "the long beach" because of its extension.
Rich in vegetation, this lagoon-estuary next to Playa Linda is home to native wildlife, especially the spectacular crocodiles of all ages that live here. It is an important attraction, especially for children, to observe these carnivorous reptiles in their native habitat, yet within a safely fenced-off area near the road.