The thing that gets confusing is that all of the beach is called “Troncones” even though the village only takes up a few town blocks, on the way from the highway to the ocean. The exception to that is the bay which is called Manzanillo Bay. The source of that name is all of the Manzanillo (tropical crab apple) trees that grow there.
So the total (immediate) area is comprised of:
Troncones the village (3 blocks by 3)
Troncones the beach (three miles along the water)
Manzanillo Bay (the bay)
La Majahua the village
*When you take a taxi from Zihua or the Airport, it is important to designate which area you are going to as the rates are different.
I will make a list of the major landmarks and the larger businesses with the distance from Eden. Starting from the furthest away to the closest. The list is for orientation purpose not as a reccomendation or non reccomendation.
The Burro Buracho Restaurant (3 miles)
The Tropic of Cancer Restaurant
The village of Troncones
Mi Casa es Su Casa (Accomidatioin)
Cafe Sol (2.5 miles)
Costa Brava Restaurant(2.5) miles
Casa Ki (B&B)
Casa Delfin Sonriente (2 miles)
Casas Gregorios (1.5 miles)
Regalo del Mar (1 mile)
Casa de la Piedra (1 mile)
Casa Blanca 1/2 mile
Fork in the road
The inn at Manzanillo bay (1/4 mile)
Los Raqueros ( very close)
Eden (starting point)
To the north of Eden
Tronco bay Inn (very close)
Casa Manzanillo (1/4 mile)
Casa Porvenir a bit more
Village of Majahua.