The main beach at Playa del Carmen is part of a resort town in Mexico, on the fabulous Yucatan Peninsula. Located about 55 km (34 miles) south of Cancun airport, this beach community has it all.
Zicatela Beach is located on the eastern side of Puerto Escondido in Mexico. Rated in the top ten main surfing spots in the world, the beach is famous for its surfing competitions, which attract people from different countries.
Playa de Los Muertos is located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, a few miles away from the Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport. The beach got its name “beach of the dead” after Pirates massacred the population along the beachfront a long time ago. Now, it is one of the favorite beaches in Puerto Vallarta.
Balandra Beach is located outside of La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur. It is a beautiful cove-like beach with shallow, heavenly blue water and smooth silky sand, one of the crown jewels of the whole Mexican coast.
A tourist can find Playa Delfines in Cancun near Ruinas del Rey, where Boulevard Kukulcan curves into a hill.
Paradise Beach is a popular tourist hotspot located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Situated along the warm waters of the Caribbean sea, the sandy beach on the island of Cozumel offers a rich blend of culture and nature to its visitors. The beach has a number of clubs, pools, restaurants, bars, cafes, gardens, and ample activities to enjoy.
Playa del Amor, also known as Lover’s Beach, is a popular beach destination in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Located off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, this secluded hidden cove is known as a haven for beach-goers.
Akumal beach is part of a Mexican resort and is one of the most spectacular beaches on the Yucatan Peninsula. The distance from Cancun is about 60 miles south. Akumal translates to “place of turtles,” thus many native sea turtles live in the area and make their nests here.
The Playa Norte Beach in Isla Mujeres is loved for its stunning amber sunsets, white sands, and warm crystal waters.
Tulum is an archaeological site in southwestern Mexico. The place offers about 15 km (9.3 miles) of beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters, such as Playa Paraiso (or “Paradise Beach”). And it is no wonder why the place is called a “paradise”: the views are simply amazing there.