Sabores de México
Zihuatanejo
Guerrero 
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It won’t be hard to convince you to visit Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo.
The two are a must when visiting the glorious coasts in the state of Guerrero.
The two are twin towns, separated only by a 6.
5 km.
(4 mi.
) stretch of land.
Despite their twinship, the two towns have very different attitudes and histories.
Ixtapa used to be an enormous coconut plantation that was transformed into a town with great hotels and resorts, great restaurants, and great shopping.
Zihuatanejo, on the other hand, used to be a small fishing village, and today it is a favorite destination for backpackers and travelers who enjoy small and hidden streets, full of art galleries, artisan shops, and craft stores.
Pay a visit to the boutique hotels and the rustic palapas where you can find restaurants selling some of the best fish in the region.
This is also an fantastic romantic destination, ideal for an unforgettable honeymoon.
Scuba divers, backpackers, and travelers interested in discovering the culture of the place will always remember the   Read +
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