A little Piece of Paradise

A little Piece of Paradise




Apr 2012

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Casa Luna Llena sits on a cliff overlooking Zihuatanejo Bay and LaRopa Beach.
This condo is part of Condominios Punta Marina and has a private pool and security guard. Access to LaRopa, the most beautiful beach on the Bay, is a 5-minute walk down the pathway. The 1,000 sq ft terrace offers you a million-dollar view of the entire bay and it is possible to eat, read or lounge on the sofa or simply lay in the hammock and watch the paragliders and boats go by.
The condo offers maid service, satellite TV, telephone, internet access, en suite bathrooms for each of the 3 bedrooms and a completely equipped kitchen. Linens and towels, of course, are included. The Property Manager speaks good English and will advise and assist in anything you want or need.
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Where is it?


The condo is located on Zihuatanejo Bay close to the town of Zihuatanejo and the Hotel Zone of Ixtapa. The same international airport serves both. Zihuatanejo is an undiscovered jewel of place that is not yet overwhelmed by tourists. The watch words are: don't tell too many people or they will want to come too.
The locals still put out to sea at dawn to fish and if you love fresh fish, just be at the docks late morning and you can buy your fish fresh off the fishing boats. The town has also become a bit of an artist's colony with painters, sculptures, jewelery makers, weavers and many other local craftsmen making it home.
Zihua, as the locals call it, is around 4 hours drive south of Puerto Vallarta and 3 hours drive north of Acapulco.
The big decision of the day is to decide which of the 5 beaches on the Bay you want to visit. If that is not enough, there dozens of beaches along the coast on either side easily accessible by taxi or bus. Or head up the coast (45 mins drive) to the local surfer's paradise for the area's best waves.
Whatever you are looking for, Zihua has it, diving, snorkeling, boating, sightseeing, fine dining, local crafts shopping and everything in between.

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