Los Muertos Beach is perhaps the most popular and vibrant of the public beaches in the resort destination of Puerto Vallarta. It is situated just north of Camarones Beach and the Malecon, the bustling, mile-long promenade that offers a wide variety of retail establishments as well as many gorgeous outdoor sculptures. If you were to […]
Travelers are tempted south of border by the spectacular beaches of Mexico. Not only do these shores offer a serene place to sunbathe, but they also offer surfing, delicious cuisine, lively music, and the chance to get away from it all. Some travelers prefer beaches that are closer to the States and easier to reach, while other travelers think the more isolated the better. Whether you arrive by cruise ship or by plane, the beaches of Mexico—and a few frozen cocktails—will be waiting to welcome you.
Many travelers love the 26 miles of sandy beaches in Puerto Vallarta. This destination is known as one of the only places in Mexico that offers first-class amenities along with an authentic colonial feel. In other words, you won’t be sacrificing quality in exchange for authenticity. In Puerto Vallarta, it is possible to have it all. The coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula and Cancun are also among the most famous spots in Mexico. While the beaches are stunning, this area can also be known for rowdy nightlife. There are family resorts too, but it pays to do a little extra research to find the right hotel fit here.
If you’re looking for dramatic scenery, head straight for Los Cabos. This destination is known for stunning rock formations and crashing waves along with gorgeous resorts and golf courses too. For an option a little off the beaten path, rent a palapa on the beaches of Tulum. From popular options such as Playa del Carmen and Cozumel to the Pacific wonder of Acapulco, Mexico is full of beaches that will deliver that serious dose of serenity you’ve been craving.