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Madera used to feel dirty and something of a poor cousin of La Ropa but now I much prefer the laid back vibe, and the waves are super fun to play in! And with the containment of the drainage canal it's clean!! The beach is...More
We went here several times during our stay and sampled several of the restaurants. I don't have all of the names memorized, but if you came from the main pier/marina, we had ceviche tostadas at the first one which were very good. For some reason...More
The beach is great for swimming with normally small surf. It is very shallow for a long way out. easy access by street or from the several hotels. Lots of good cafes and bars. Our favorite Zihua location to stay.
This is a decent beach but not the best in the area. The sand here is very fine, which makes for some good walking and a firm base when in the water, but it also gets stirred up easily, making the water a little murky....More
We really enjoyed this area of Zihua. The shops are authentic and the people very friendly. The feel of the neighbourhood is laid back and relaxing. There are lots of eateries, restaurants and bars to satisfy your thirst and hunger.
On La Madera beach there...More
This is a nice beach to play in the water or walk along- maybe stop for a snack or beverage. The neighborhood is nice too- steep hills though! We enjoyed this area greatly- also, not too much pushy sales people - a plus in my...More
This review only concerns Playa Madera - the neighbourhood itself we did not find especially interesting.
We went in late June which is low season and stayed at a hotel right on the beach. The beach is clean enough and great for bodysurfing. The setting...More
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The only way is on the road that follows the shore. You will walk by la Quinta Don Andres, Hotel Irma and then head up a steep hill. Easier to just take a cab. La Ropa is bigger than you think. It is NOT a 10 minute... More
The only way is on the road that follows the shore. You will walk by la Quinta Don Andres, Hotel Irma and then head up a steep hill. Easier to just take a cab. La Ropa is bigger than you think. It is NOT a 10 minute walk, about a 10 minute drive.