La Saladita

La Saladita beach is located about 5 km from highway 200 in the small town of Los Llanos de Temalhuacán, 40 km. North of Ixtapa Zihuatanejo. Next to Majahua Beach, its main access is through the town of Los Llanos de Temalhuacán (15 minutes north of Troncones).

Is the perfect place for nature and peace lovers. While here, you can also explore the reefs, or chill out on the stone shelves formed in the shore. This beach is famous among national and international tourists for its good waves for surfing. International tournaments are held in this place, accompanied by an excellent festive atmosphere, the sporting event in the morning followed by events with live music, food and drinks in the evening.

“Waves, music & good vibes”

La Saladita’s surf break is great for both beginners and intermediates. It offers a long, consistent ride. The beautiful surrounding mountains are reminiscent of Southern California, and the wave – Saladita Point- is often called a reverse Malibu, or “Ubilam”. It breaks long and consistent over a forgiving cobblestone bottom. But instead of going right like Malibu, it breaks left, making it a rare, goofy foot paradise. Meanwhile, the long crescent shaped beach is a lovely walk, especially at sunset. It’s not hard to see why even surf legend Corky Carroll chose to make La Saladita his home.