We had the good fortune of finding this beautiful spot online and booked it not really knowing what to expect. We arrived a day early and spent our first night a Roberto's Bistro and the next morning headed up the beach to locate our home for 2 weeks. After about an hour and a bit we finally find our location. Luckily the people who look after the property were there and was able to call us a cab to get back to the Bistro to get our stuff and return.
First impressions took our breath away. It was amazing. Three separate rooms with their own entrances, two rooms on the ground floor and a master suite on the third floor. Traveling with two other couples this worked out so well. The second floor is a common floor with the kitchen, a infinity pool and lots of lounging space. The infinity pool was well used and very refreshing after a long walk on the beach.
The property itself is not located in Troncones proper but a little community about a 10 minute taxi ride away called La Majahua. The last kilometer of so to the house is dirt road and quite rough. The property has 2 resident dogs and 4 cats all very friendly. Another very welcome addition were Reyna and Arturo, they were absolutely the nicest people we have met in Mexico and Reyna cooks breakfast every morning while Arturo helps with the cleaning and doing the yard work. Reyna can also be booked for cooking you a supper at a very reasonable cost and Arturo can be hired for fishing trips.
The beach is everything you don't expect in Mexico, there are miles of beach and hardly a soul on it. We walked up to a nearby estuary every morning a watched the surfers doing their thing and wishing we were 30 years younger. The beach is about a hundred yard walk down a well maintained path. We didn't mind the distance as it probably helped in keeping the crash of the surf down a bit. Hundreds of Pelicans and other local birds kept you entertained every day all day. The beach was kept very clean by a team of locals who picked up the recycling on a regular basis which is the first time I have seen this and I was impressed.
The last thing that may appeal to some more than others is that there is no internet or tv adding, at least for us, a welcome reprieve from all the goings on in American politics. However, if you need to be connected the Majahua Palms was next door, about a five minute walk, and they didn't mind sharing their internet as well as some of the bars in La Majahua.
If sun. surf and relaxation is something you need this is your place. If night life and partying is your desire than this is not the place for you.