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We were in Zihua just few months ago but didn't venture to Las Gatas. On this trip, we made a point of visiting. We were not disappointed. 50pesos/pp covers your return boat trip to Las Gats. Boat ride is less than 10min. Once you are...More
A shorter walk from the south end of Playa L Ropa than expected.
Very relaxing morning/afternoon on the loungers at Otilia.
Water is warm, shallow and a little rocky on the feet.
Not nearly as busy as Playa La Ropa.
Playas Las Gatas is a 15 minute 50 pesos return water taxi from the Zihuatanejo pier I chose Ofilias where Franco head waiter welcomes you and treats you to a great day relaxing with sun umbrellas loungers great drinks and food Just put your chair...More
We have been to the Zihua/Ixtapa area the last three years but never ventured to Las Gatas so thought we would give it a try. The boat ride over is enjoyable and the day we visited it wasn’t too busy so that part was enjoyable....More
If you are staying in Zihuatanejo, this is a lovely place to spend your day. The beach is beautiful, the water is warm and nice (turquoise color) and the locals offer different activities to enjoy. There are some restaurants with chairs and beach umbrellas that...More
This is one of the most beautiful beaches ever. It is where the locals go regularly but the tourist are discovering. The restaurants are authentic and the food and drinks are great, but its not too crowded. Lots of fun if you like watching kids...More
Maybe this is like going to Vegas. You might want to see it once, but never return. We took the water taxi from Zihua over - lovely ride. It reminded us in Isla Ixtapa the minute we got off the boat. Hawkers, crowded beach and...More
I was here a few years ago and it seems like there were a lot more fish. Be careful about getting pushed into a sea urchin, but basically, swimming seems safe and protected. Front row seats fill up quickly, but if you buy a meal...More