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Safety and Services in Troncones Mexico

June 5th, 2012

Troncones vacation rentals — or anywhere for that matter — aren’t just about having fun. They’re also about feeling secure that your whole family is safe and well-taken care of.


Family Friendly Activities for Your Mexico Beach Vacation

June 2nd, 2012

Mexico beachfront rentals aren’t just for couples and those looking for a quiet vacation full of romance and time napping in the sand. It’s becoming more and more common for families to seek out a tropical haven where they can not only enjoy the idyllic tropical backdrop, but where they can create memories with their kids that will last a lifetime.

A Typical Day in Paradise

Many people assume that a small, beachfront community won’t have enough action to keep kids happy. After all, there aren’t any water slides, roller coasters, or dolphin shows in this part of Mexico, and you won’t find a toy store or mall to entertain them if rain starts to fall.


Mexican Beach Vacations: Shopping and Shipping Information

April 26th, 2012

One of the many reasons why a Mexico beach vacation is such a great trip idea is to enjoy the shopping opportunities. Whether you’re interested in finding gorgeous, one-of-a-kind pieces for your home, or if the idea of taking advantage of low prices appeals to you, you can find everything from textiles and ceramics to personalized artwork for sale in Mexican shops.

Shopping in the Ixtapa-Zihautanejo Region

As is the case in any geographically diverse country, every region in Mexico offers its own unique take on handcrafted goods. Guerrero, the state in which Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, and our own Troncones reside, is famed for its ceramic plates and dinner sets, wood sculptures, ceremonial masks, and hammocks-most of which are available through the large and open-air artisan markets.


Troncones, Mexico: Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo’s Secret Paradise

February 1st, 2012

The Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo region is one of the more popular vacation destinations for those seeking a Mexico beach vacation. Although they are two distinct cities, Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo are often lumped together because of their proximity and their shared focus on tourism. They are located about 150 miles north of Acapulco, sharing the same stretch of the Costa Grande, but with fewer crowds and a more traditional atmosphere.

Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is the third most popular tourist area in Mexico (after Cancun and Puerto Vallarta). It is known around the world as an ideal destination for history buffs and sports fisherman, as well as families who want to enjoy coastal Mexico without the traditionally young and unruly crowds associated with spring break destinations.


Benefits of Vacationing in a Small and Friendly Mexican Village

November 12th, 2011

When many people envision a Mexican vacation getaway, they think of the popular hotspots like Acapulco and Ixtapa. These vibrant and bustling metropolitan centers are all about having a good time—and having it in nightclubs, crowded shops, and beaches full of people.

While this kind of vacation has its own appeal, we know it isn’t for everyone. That’s why Casa de la Sirena offers a low-key, relaxing alternative. If you’ve ever wanted to enjoy a quiet beach town set on the tropical Mexican coast, Troncones is the place for you.


Find a 5-Star Zihuatanejo Resort at 3-Star Prices

November 2nd, 2011

Let’s face it — when anyone plans a trip to a Mexican vacation villa, the ultimate goal is luxury. No matter how much fun it might be to plan activities like surfing, parasailing, or nature tours, just about everyone wants to do them in a setting that is extravagant and comfortable. The best memories of time spent in Mexico almost always include white stretches of sandy beach, great food, and even better service.


Why a Mexico Vacation Villa Makes the Best Private Getaway

October 26th, 2011

There are all kinds of vacationers who come to Mexico looking for the perfect few weeks. Some people come in search of a vibrant and active nightlife, where the music is loud, the margaritas are flowing, and it’s possible to spend the whole time meeting new people in search of some fun. Others come hoping to sample the local culture, from the historic sites and museums to authentic villages where residents welcome you with open arms. Still others might seek a chance to hit the waves on a surfboard or sail through a forest on a zip line. Mexico is large enough and diverse enough to accommodate all types.