This little corner of paradise has more than just gorgeous beaches. Ixtapa also boasts several internationally renowned golf courses, a dolphinarium and a water park and numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Ixtapa offers loads of tourist-friendly activities, be it visiting a crocodile or sea-turtle farm or sports like golf, tennis, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, parasailing and many more.
Bordered by thousands of palm trees and stretching for several kilometres, Playa Quieta and Playa Linda are among Ixtapa’s more famous beaches and well worth a visit. At the end of Playa Linda, you can take a ferry to Isla Ixtapa, a small island that is popular with the locals and a great place to do some snorkelling.