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About Ixtapa

Formerly a coconut plantation located on Guerrero’s Pacific coasts, Ixtapa is a...

Where to Stay in Ixtapa

In the beautiful Ixtapa beach resort, the hotel area is laid out so that all gre...

Where to Eat in Ixtapa

COCONUTS Mexican cuisine specialties. VILLA DE LA SELVA Internacional seaf...

Where to Go / What to Do in Ixtapa

BEACHES On the coast of Ixtapa you can enjoy countless experiences for its many...

Nightlife in Ixtapa

CHRISTINE’S Luxury nightclub with international recognition and an unparallel ...

Schools in Ixtapa

In Ixtapa’s tourism resort there are no edfucation institutions, only in Zihuat...

Hospitals in Ixtapa

At Ixtapa’s tourism resort there are no hospitals or medical clinics, only in Z...

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