With over 5800 miles of coastline, Mexico is one of the prime choices for a coastal vacation. Mexico does not lack surf and sand, with almost 500 beaches spanning four bodies of water. The country’s territory is covered by the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea (Caribbean Sea), the Gulf of Mexico, and the Cortez Sea (Sea of Cortez). Whether you’re searching for a relaxing vacation looking at the Caribbean Sea in Oaxaca or an energetic trip that includes surfing in the Pacific Ocean, Mexico offers the right place for you. Besides the beaches, you will also discover lovely cities like Zipolite, where life is leisurely or bigger. To accommodate, a wide range of Mexico Vacation Rentals at an amazing cost. Being sorted with the accommodation let’s dive into the finest beaches in the region.
Playa del Carmen: In the Yucatán Peninsula, Playa del Carmen created its Euro-chic niche. Experienced ex-pats and Europeans relax on the beach loungers, maintaining the emerging reputation of this little enclave as a place to see and to see in Quintana Roo. The nerve center of the region is El Zócalo and the quirky small public square lies within walking distance of the beach, comparable to Mediterranean beach towns such as Nice. To accommodate in the region, book one of the Playa Del Carmen Vacation Rentals by Owner furnished with all the modern amenities at the genuine prices.
Tulum: One of the most loved destinations in the Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum is home to some of the perfect beaches with a historical touch. Beyond historical ruins, one of the liveliest beach experiences, Tulum, is located in Mexico. Come early in the morning or later in the night to Playa Rusinas for an uninterrupted beach experience underneath the historic Mayan temple, El Castillo. Save time for the most prestigious beach in Tulum, Playa Paraiso. Here, you may sit on the white beach and enjoy the many blue shades of the water. If you’re searching for food, swing for ceviche and cocktails near the beach club. But other visitors advise that this famous coastline often is blocked by seasonal seaweed.
Cancun: The ideal beach city of Mexico, Cancun, is created just for iconic vacation; before 1970 the area was raw, the virgin beach supported by hundreds of kilometers of rainforest and mangrove forests. Cancun was planned exactly that, believe it or not.
The majority of visitors to Cancun tend to stay in one of the many all-inclusive resorts lining the coast, but travelers have expanded their horizons recently to discover what the surrounding area has to offer from nearby islands such as Isla Mujeres and Isla Holbox to Maya archaeological sites such as Chichen Itza to nearby towns like Puerto Morelos.
Cabo San Lucas: Cabo San Lucas is different from any other location in Mexico at the end of the Baja California Sur peninsula that reaches like a finger in the U.S. to the south of California. Here you’ll discover enormous cactus on one side: and swimming dunes pushed into deep blue seas on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and the Cortes Sea on the other hand.
Playa del Amor is the most beautiful beach in Cabo, accessible exclusively by water taxi. The jagged rock formations meet the beach and the pounding waves dramatically on the land at the extreme south bank at Cabo San Lucas, at “Lover’s Beach.” If you want to accommodate in the region, a wide range of Baja California Vacation Homes are available at an amazing cost.
Isla Holbox: Isla Holbox offers peaceful, quiet beaches separated by a narrow lagoon from the northeast edge of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. The island opposes Cancun and Playa del Carmen, both of its rugged southern neighbors. Playa Punta Cocos, a magnificent sand stretch of land noted for its amazing sunsets and excellent fishing and bird-watching possibilities, is located west of the island by downtown Holbox. The isolated Punta Mosquito is also available, with a sandbar and shallow water for easy walking or swimming. On Isla Holbox, watch the many flamingos which call it home.