Where to Go / What to Do in Zihuatanejo

Walk through the old downtown of Zihuatanejo on its narrow and cobblestone streets; on Sundays don’t forget to visit colorful Mercado de Artesanías of Zihuatanejo, where you can purchase beautiful works from the artisans of Guerrero and other parts of Mexico. On the bay of Zihuatanejo, great ships start their trip to high seas every morning for fishing sailfish, marlin or enjoying a pleasant day bordering the Pacific Coast. WATER AND SPORTS ACTIVITIES On the beautiful beaches of Las Gatas, Contramar, Fandango and Godornias, sea life is abundant and very attractive, that’s why lovers of diving, snorkeling, rowing and sports fishing can enjoy the peaceful and crystalline waters of the Pacific Coast.

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