We had visited many other places in Mexico over the years – Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cozumel, Cancun – and the very first time we came to Troncones, we finally felt like we were home. When we first saw the beach with the shimmering golden sand and the reflection of the moonlight on the water, we could imagine ourselves and our loved ones spending all of our holidays here. Casa de Oro is where we escape to – and we are thrilled to share it with others when we are off in the “real world”!

Troncones is a small beach town with no time table, just sunrises and sunsets and plenty of hammocks to hang in.

We love to wander down to our favorite cafes for a drink, dinner – anything from authentic Mexican seafood dishes to 3 course gourmet meals! – and to catch up with friends. But we have also designed Casa de Oro to be the perfect spot to hideaway – there is plenty of room, a gourmet kitchen as well as large grill, and a gorgeous large pool where all of your cares will float away!

Troncones is a quaint village (population of about 300) on the Pacific Ocean about 20 miles north of Zihuatanejo. Thanks to a new highway, we are an easy 35 minute drive from the international airport (ZIH). The beach has 4 miles of beautiful sandy beaches with approximately 125 beachfront villas – many designed as vacation rentals. There are no large hotels, no discos, no timeshares – just relaxation, endless sun, gorgeous sunsets and an amazing sense of peace and belonging.

Our favorite thing about Troncones are the tranquil beaches… you can take a morning walk and come across only a handful people. It’s a true escape and we think Casa de Oro in Troncones is one of the best places in the world to watch a sunset, take a deep breath and reconnect with yourself and your loved ones.