your pleasure from the more than 5000 beaches and resorts that
dot Mexico's coastline - on the Pacific and the Baja Peninsula to the Gulf and Yucatan Peninsula.
the Yucatan lies one of the country's most famous and luxurious
beach spots, Cancun and Isla Mujeres, where over 2 million people are drawn each year for vacation or a quick winter getaway.
miles south, Cozumel
is one of Mexico's largest islands featuring long stretches of
white sand, tropical breezes and world class scuba diving. Meanwhile, a short hop on the ferry from Cozumel and you're enjoying the white sandy beaches and torquoise waters of Playa del Carmen.
Head west, and Mexico's most famous Pacific coast beach areas include Acapulco
and further south, Puerto
Escondido, a major attraction for surfers - as well as Puerto
Vallarta, featuring cobblestone streets, a laid-back atmosphere,
and magnificent sunsets.
Beaches of Mexico's Caribbean, The Riviera Maya
TOP: Cancun's famous beaches provide fun in the sun for both families and singles (and honeymooners!) while the tiny island of Isla Mujeres across the bay is famous for its North Beach, rated among the Top Ten beaches on the planet every year.
Further down the Riviera Maya coast lies Cozumel, famous for it's world-class diving and snorkeling. From Cozumel, a short hop on the ferry provides more beach fun -- for kids of all ages -- at Playa del Carmen
Beaches & Coastlines of Mexico - Current forum posts
and archived feature stories covering the gamut of Mexican beaches
with special focus on Cozumel, Baja, Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Escondido
and more, plus photo tours, maps, related links.
Beaches of Acapulco - Guides to the most popular beaches
and resorts, plus surf around the right-hand menu for related
maps, weather info, travel tips.