Ixtapa Villas & Luxury Vacation Rentals

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Ixtapa is a planned tourist destination conceived in the 1970s and constructed soon thereafter. Its land was once a mangrove estuary and coconut plantation. Its beautiful setting is in the rolling mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean near Zihuatanejo, in the state of Guerrero. As part of Mexico’s Riviera, some of the most popular activities in Ixtapa include golf, watersports, or charter fishing and of course, simply laying in the sun and relaxing.

Luxury Vacation Rentals in Ixtapa

Inside our Ixtapa luxury vacation rentals, you’ll find all of the amenities you have come to expect from Regardless of the size of your group, we can gratefully accommodate you in one of our luxury vacation rentals on Ixtapa. Our luxury Ixtapa vacation villas range in size from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 2 baths for a party of 4 all the way to a family-sized property of 4-bedrooms and 5 baths, accommodating 8. Exterior amenities include panoramic views of the sea, private pools and hot tubs, palapas, expansive patios with summer kitchens and al fresco dining. Inside our Ixtapa luxury vacation properties, expect the enjoy the handiwork of local materials and artisans, as well as amenities like sweeping living rooms filled with light, gourmet fully equipped kitchens, truly magnificent master suites, with separate seating area and private patios. Master bath are a treat, with dual vanities, large Jacuzzi tubs and separate oversized walk-in showers.

Activities Near Luxury Vacation Rentals in Ixtapa

Discover the archaeological ruins of Xihuacan, while visiting the area’s major landmarks and the on-site museum. You’ll learn about the ceremonial center constructed out of bricks and modeling clay during the pre-Columbian era. The Museo Arqueologico de la Costa Grande houses a permanent display of pre-Hispanic archaeological pieces that trace the history of the so-called Costa Grande (Grand Coast) through the colonial era. If you care to, a footpath beyond the museum leads to Playa la Madera. You may also schedule a SCUBA diving trip, an ecological or adventure kayak tour or even a sportfishing charter. A few of the more popular restaurants in Ixtapa include El Tiburon de la Costa, The General's Sports Bar & Restaurant and Bistro Soleiado.