troncones photos

Troncones is a very photogenic town. Here’s a gallery of our very own Troncones photos, lovingly taken over the years… Click on the arrows to move forward or back.

Dawn in Troncones: Beach birds and pastels on Casa Oasis' empty residential beach On the map: Official government Troncones tourism sign Colorful Troncones village house Our front yard: The pristine beach outside Casa Oasis Troncones End of the road: Troncones beach access with bougainvillea Fiesta: Little girls dance at a Troncones village wedding party Hung out to dry: laundry day in Troncones village Troncones beach eatery: Costa Brava Restaurant Troncones surf class. Lesson one: learn how to fall, a lot Save the turtles: Troncones kids gather sea turtle eggs to keep them safe until they hatch Quiet break: The empty surf break at Manzanillo Bay, Troncones Zapata wallet: Souvenir shopping in the nearby Zihuatanejo artisan's market South beach, as seen from the lighthouse: Troncones main beach, with hotels, restaurants, and homes. Samba's boat tours in Majahua, five minutes north of Troncones Tiny waves on a very calm Troncones evening Troncones vista: vivid blue ocean, green palms, white sand The Troncones village church The point: Troncones south beach view A restaurant palapa stands guard on Troncones' empty main beach A dog lounges on main street, in front of Troncones general store Fishing boats in Majahua, just five minutes north of Troncones beach A private Troncones luxury home Sights near Troncones: La boca estuary Nestled in nature: Casa Oasis Troncones as seen from the beach Troncones beach south: lagoon mouth and smaller rocky coves Catch of the day: fresh red snapper, caught near Troncones Strolling serenade: A Troncones guitarist takes a walk with his blue guitar Rush hour on main street: riding barefoot and bareback on the main drag Spring cleaning: Stuffed animals hung out to dry at a Troncones village home The Troncones tortilleria: tortila factory with fresh, hot tortillas by the kilo Alejandro's trinket shop in Troncones Local board shaper Bruce surfs theTroncones beach break Troncones cooking, the traditional way: on a wood burning stove Home base for Troncones' surf school & shop: Tsunami Surf Bay view: ZIhuatanejo, Mexico as seen from across the bay. Our practically private beach: Troncones' sandy residence-onlyl north beach Moonlight at the Oasis: Casa Oasis Troncones under the full moon Cowboy sunset: sunset horseback riding in front of Casa Oasis Troncones
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South beach, as seen from the lighthouse: Troncones main beach, with hotels, restaurants, and homes.

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