- Common Space1 Queen
This Casita is the most centrally located and some guests think it has the best view of the beach. It also is big enough for a family of 5 with a King size bed and room for 3 single beds.
This room has an unobstructed view of the ocean, but close the shutters, slip into the mosquito net, turn on the fan and sleep in cool comfort.
The modern bathroom includes its own shower hut, a casita within a casita. A little alcove can be used for lounging, reading (working if you must) or accommodating the kids. Some people like square corners and this casita has more than its fair share, including a large porch to sit and read or just swing.
Troncones, Guerrero is a small coastal village located in tropical southwest Mexico. It is about 20 minutes north of the resort destination of Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo and is serviced by the International Airport of the same name. Troncones was founded in the 1970s as a farming community.
There are many activities including surfing, bicycling, kayaking, hiking, fishing, yoga classes, boogie boarding, snorkeling, swimming, paddle boarding or just walking our miles of pristine beaches. Staying active in Troncones isn’t about finding something to do, it is more about finding time to do it all.
We don’t roll up our sidewalks when the sun goes down either. Many restaurants and hotels offer entertainment in the evenings like live music, dancing and other special events.
Also known as Troncones South. Troncones is a powerful and barreling normal to long A-frame reef break. This 5 kilometer stretch of beaches offers several breaks for intermediate surfers and some that are beginner-friendly. The area is very rocky with multiple outcroppings along the beach; local knowledge here is key to finding the best peaks along the coast. Shortboards, funboards, and bodyboards are all good here. Consistency is year-round with the best conditions in summer.