About Troncones - Local Area & Links
Troncones is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico, located along the Pacific Coast, in the state of Guerrero, about 245km North of Acapulco. Its climate is warm and tropical. Inland mountains flow down to reach the ocean, creating a picturesque setting.
The sun and ocean are the center of the local universe, with some of the best surf in the world, ideal for beginners and advanced surfers. The beaches are also perfect for those who want to swim, boogie board, snorkel or try their rods out on the local catch. There is a wide variety of local sea flora and fauna and the clean blue water is an inviting temperature.
However, ocean life is not the only life in the area. There is great shopping for local art, authentic restaurants, educational museums, regular fiestas to experience local culture, and a great nightlife. Other activities include kayaking, biking, hiking, and golfing.
Nuestro Pueblo provides informacion on the towns Zihuatanejo, Ixtapa, Troncones and Barra de Potosí in Guerrero. Includes maps, ATM locations, transportations, emergency numbers, beaches, activities and community events.
The Mexican Tourism Association has created a website that has useful information on the area, although it is in Spanish. http://www.zihuatanejo.net/comunidad provides local community information.
For information about available properties and investment opportunities we recommend Prudential California Realty. They offer the best services in residential and commercial real estate properties in this area.
For legal information on Real Estate and Development, Foreign Investment, Tax Law, Corporate Law, Immigration Law, Federal Zone Concessions, Agrarian Law, Trusts (Fideicomisos), Litigation, Contracts and Negotiations, Environmental Law, Acquisition of Mexican Citizenship and reacquisition of Mexican Citizenship we recommend you contact Connell & Associates.
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