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The beach is big and nice hard sand to walk on and make sandcastles. Market at the pier is very cool, but zihua is cheaper for everything thats there if you are already going. The croc pen is awesome to see as well.
Flea market, parasailing, restaurants.
If you go fishing you can bring in your own and they will prepare in front of your eyes.
Also a natural habitat for crocodiles and iguanas and tropical birds in a fenced area.
For a public beach it exceeded my expectation. Very clean and safe, for the most part off of the beaches in the ixtapa area were clean and safe during the daylight. I would recommend ixtapa beaches hotels and restaurants for a family trip.
We took a local bus to this beach a few times (14 pesos or $1.00 Cdn). We sat at Puesto del Sol Restaurant, and Chulos and Leo were our waiters. We enjoyed walking on the beach, watching a fisherman, pelicans, parasailing, etc. Near the entrance...More
As many of the Mexican beach experiences, there are a bevy of restaurants to choose from offering lounge and table seating and some had hammock availability in the shadier inland sections. We chose the Club Paradiso toward the end of the beach. The water was...More
Response from DFLMD1993 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at Club Med. Best guess is 1.5 miles onthe road. Cannot walk on beach all the way. Cheap cab ride too like $5 USA. But frankly, we didn’t find anything appealing about this beach. Club Med’s beach is way nicer!
Response from livingood32 | Reviewed this property |
Take the bike path early before 9, youll see the path across from the hotels or christine night club, take all the way thru the jungle to the playa linda crocodile exhibit, buy some mangos from the girl chopping coconuts at... More
Take the bike path early before 9, youll see the path across from the hotels or christine night club, take all the way thru the jungle to the playa linda crocodile exhibit, buy some mangos from the girl chopping coconuts at her dtand, and turn around and feed the iguanas, they will start coming down from the trees. So cool.
The little in town flea market is open everyday