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“beautiful beachfront vacation” We were two families staying at Villa Milagro over ski week in February and had a really lovely time. The house is unique both in its architecture and its location. We loved being right on what is a beautiful sand beach, very few rocks and then only in concentrated locations, with warm water and just enough of a surf to make for some fun boogie boarding for the kids (who were all under 8). Having their cook make meals for us each day was such a lovely luxury-- so much easier, tastier and healthier than any restaurant. And we had a way better view than any restaurant anyway! Couple things to note: the house and the bedrooms are all palapa style, and while very elegant, don't have walls so we did end up with a fair number of mosquito bites-- they were kind enough to provide repellent, we just don't like slathering that stuff on. And the pool isn't fenced as most aren't in vacation homes--so you have to be pretty diligent about safety of your kids. And they don't have wi-fi access and you get zero cell reception there, (they are working on the wi-fi access and there is free wifi at the local cafe a 3 min drive away). But overall we had an absolutely lovely time there-- and be sure not to miss the horseback riding on the beach that they can arrange for you, straight from the house. We all loved it so much we did it twice! As for safety of Troncones, we were nervous before we went given all the reports about Guerrero and such but I have to say it felt absolutely removed from any issues. It is a quiet little town of ~400 people that felt close and comfortable and very relaxed. We'd go back in a heartbeat.