Marina Ixtapa Golf Club

Robert von Hagge, famous as the creator of some of the most outstanding golf courses in the world, designed this golf 6793 yards, par 72 undulating channels, 12 bridges and evocative dune topography.

The site covers 136 acres, with large bunkers, small ponds that protect 14 of the 18 holes. There is no doubt why Golf Digest has called it one of the best in Mexico.

The Clubhouse, Mediterranean architecture, features a restaurant and sitting areas with balconies and panoramic windows that look towards the marina and the golf course.

The facilities include a golf equipment shop, locker rooms for men and women, tennis courts, and pool.

Palma Real Golf Field

Un A superb original of designs by Robert Trent Jones Jr., ., this field of 6.898 yards, par 72, harmonizes with its surroundings, which in effect was a grove of coconut palms. The land remains natural lagoons and lush tropical vegetation next to the scenic Pacific coast. The Sierra Madre del Sur mountain brings a unique background.

Players will not only enjoy the best of golf but also closeness to nature. Different types of palm trees surrounding the field, as well as mango, guava, lemon, orange and almond. Brightly colored flowers accent the lavish vegetation.

Mexican and international environmentalists have considered these areas as ecological reserves. Golfers can see and hear a variety of exotic birds such as parakeets, parrots, cardinals, and a rare and peculiar species of eagle fisherman called because it feeds exclusively on fish from the

lake. Those who can be seen, but not heard are rabbits and "giant iguanas".

Do not try to steal balls ponds because crocodiles live in some of them. Normally lie submerged and hidden, however, do they walk around in the morning.

Ixtapa Delfiniti Dolphinarium

It is located on the northeastern tip of Playa el Palmar, near the Hotel Zone, this major tourist attraction centers around a huge outdoor pool and lively inhabitants: the dolphins.

There is an average of seven dolphins here, all friendly and gregarious, playful and friendly with lovely personalities. This dolphin experience, when you can swim and interact with them and hug them is unique and unforgettable.

All activities are carefully designed and monitored by marine biologists, veterinarians and qualified personnel.

Members of staff will take pictures while you are at work with dolphins (videos, (videos, DVDs and digital photos) you can see, select and buy later.

Ixtapa Golfito

The Golfito is located in the heart of Ixtapa in the shopping center 1, is the best choicefor young and old, because it has a mini golf, video games, billiards and soda fountain.

The course features 18 holes of between 6-10 meters long, and no experience necessary to play, because in Ixtapa golfito teach you the game immediately to enjoy the experience of playing golf.

MagicWorld Waterpark

The Magic World is a water park located in theheart of Ixtapa, offering visitors a unique design and facilities in the area, as it is styled like Walt Disney which offers fun for young and old.

Among its facilities has a pirate village, a navigation channel, slides of low, medium and high speed, wave pool Jacuzzis and scans.

Schedule:
Their hours are from 10:30 to 17:30, from Monday to Sunday and it has an affordable cost of $80 pesos per person. Ask for seasonal promotions.

Playa El Palmar

This is the main beach in Ixtapa, a wide expanse of sand that measures 2.37 kilometers (1.5 miles). It is known as the "Ixtapa Hotel Zone" as it is most of the major hotels beachfront. This beach facing the open sea and looks like a crescent moon is excellent for surfing at the point called "The Breakwaters", ,while in the south end ((toward Zihuatanejo),), where the shore is protected byhuge rocks and high hill The waters are calm. Due toIxtapa Master Plan, there are extensive landscaping between hotels. Everyone has their stretch of beach with umbrellas covered gaps where food and drinks are served. You can also enjoy beach activities, water sports and, of course, watch the sunset over the Pacific. The landscape here is defined by its islets called Los Morros which are the distinctive signature of Ixtapa.

Playa Quieta

True to its name, this beautiful beach has calm waters, ideal for swimming, kayaking and windsurfing.It is located up the coast from the hotel zone It is located up the coast from the hotel zone.

Playa Linda

A mile up Quieta Beach is this beach of fine sand by his tranquility invited to swim in it. From a small pier on the beach, leave boats that carry passengers to Ixtapa Island which is very close. There is horseback riding through the jungle and palm. Beside the road is a beautiful mangrove, the famous Crocodile Farm, where you can see crocodiles swimming and lying in the sun, no doubt, a fascinating ecological attraction.

Big Island (also known as Ixtapa Island)

Just a short 10 minutes by boat, this island with four beautiful beaches, lovely to spend a day in the sun, swimming, snorkeling, eating, diving and even. The main beach,Cuachalalate , is full of restaurants with palapas and specialties seafood like Varadero and Coral. Their calm waters are conducive for kayaking, jet skiing, waterskiing and tricycle for a ride on the banana. Walk across the island come toVaradero beach, the small beach is secluded and Carey Coral Beach on the northern tip has crystal clear water for snorkeling.

The boats make frequent trips (from 9 am to 5 pm) between Playa Linda pier and jetties Cuachalalate and Varadero, the round trip costs about $ 35 pesos. Another alternative are the largest ships that leave Zihuatanejo Municipal Pier strolling 30 minutes before reaching the island of Ixtapa, the round trip costs about $ 250 pesos.

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