Where to Go / What to Do in Ixtapa

BEACHES On the coast of Ixtapa you can enjoy countless experiences for its many different beaches. For example, Playa Palmar is the main beach of Ixtapa’s tourism center. Here you will find the best beach resorts, restaurants and nightclubs in the area; its fine sand and moderate waves allow you to enjoy surfing, water skiing, sailing and other water sports. At Playa Linda you can also surf because of its excellent waves, camp on its soft sand and horseback ride while admiring the small march inhabited by crocodiles and birds. On the other hand, at Playa Quieta its calm waters will let you kayak and swim. ISLA DE IXTAPA Take a water taxi to get to this small island where you can enjoy a day at the beach snorkeling, feeding the fish, surfing or swimming with your family. On this island there are food establishments without electricity, for which you should be careful regarding the state of the fish obtained from the sea a day before. DELFINITI IXTAPA Dolphin aquarium where besides having fun with the planet’s most intelligent animals you can learn a little bit more about the dangers they face and the ways to protect them.

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