Merece Tus Sueños is a small tropical resort in the quaint village of Troncones. Troncones is a fishing village on the Pacific coast of Mexico. This pristine beach area is highlighted by a coastal mountain range as a backdrop. Troncones is located approximately 20 kilometers north of Ixtapa.
The resort has a four suite guest house and a small private bungalow. There is a separate fully furnished kitchen building, swimming pool, and patio for guest use. Our resort was just completed in the spring of 2007. The open air design and traditional Mexican architecture make our resort a unique vacation destination. The suites can be rented individually or the entire resort may be rented for a secluded family vacation.
There are three sand beaches in the Troncones area; Troncones beach, Manzanillo Bay beach, and Majahua beach. Our resort is located on Manzanillo Bay. Between the beaches are volcanic rock formations with tidal pools filled with colorful tropical fish and sea life. Manzanillo Bay is the ideal beach for swimming, boogie boarding, and surfing. It is pristine and uncrowded. It is dotted with several restaurants, so it is easy to spend the entire day there.
The Troncones/Zihuatanejo is renown for its world class fishing, from Sailfish, Rooster fish, Dorado to monster Marlin. Trips can be arranged locally or from Zihuatanejo and Ixtapa.
The Troncones area is a surfer's paradise with numerous uncrowded locations to surf. The uncrowded surfing is known throughout the surfing world.
Five beach restaurants are within a 10 minute walk on the beach. In addition, Antonio makes great fire cooked pizza on Fridays and Saturdays at Yoga Del Pacifico, a few doors down. Make sure to check with Antonio what he is cooking up.
There are 20 additional restaurants along the beach within a 10 minute drive. Most restaurants do not take credit cards but will gladly accept U.S. dollars currency. You will find a variety of eating establishments from fine dining to traditional Mexican fare. There is something for everyone.
Of course there is always staying in for the evening and cooking the local fare.
Watching for the 'green flash' at sunset is an ongoing guest quest. You can either watch the spectacular sunset from the patio or along the beach in front of the resort.