Best Beach in Mexico

The best beaches in Mexico
Some of the best beaches and most luxurious resorts today are to be found in Mexico and what better way to enjoy all that Mexico has to offer than with an all inclusive holiday where you will be assured premier accommodations and beautiful surroundings.

You will also be entitled to exclusive deals on trips in the surrounding area. There are so many stunning beaches in Mexico that you will be spoiled for choice. Cancun is probably the most commonly known destination in Mexico and is famous for its many miles of pristine beaches. All the main hotels sit along the coast looking out onto the beaches. There are north and east side beaches, with the east side being more popular. However don`t worry about finding a spot on the beach, even in high season. There are so many miles of beach they never get really crowded. There are plenty of water and beach sports to choose from and the hotels along the beach offer their guests many facilities including, sun shelters, towels, showers, waiters, and restaurants.
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Playa del Carmen is another popular city with tourists and the main beach here runs from the ferry docks to Calle 14. The other beaches are mostly named after resorts. All the beaches are open to the public and the majority of the hotels sit along the coastline. Cozumel is an island off the east coast and is particularly popular for diving and snorkeling. The east side of the island is less popular with tourists so you have a better chance of finding a beach all to yourself. Not so busy with tourists – yet – is Isla Holbox, an island off the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Just seven miles long and one mile wide the island is inhabited by about 1600 people. The beaches here are truly stunning and there are no cars on the island. The discovery of migrating whale sharks has made this little known gem increasingly popular. It is now the best place in the world to see and swim with the whale shark.

A popular day trip form Cancun is Isla Mujeres where beautiful tropical beaches are scattered all around the island. The most popular are in the north end of the island. On the east side of the island is Garrafon Park which provides plenty of water activities.
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The Mayan Riviera tourist corridor runs along the coastline of the state of Quintana Roo, beginning at Playa del Carmen and ending historically at Tulum but now incorporates Puerto Morelos and Felipe Carrillo Puerto. The beaches are heavily manicured and have been supplied with fine sand. There are so many resorts that one resort beach often runs into another so it may be difficult to find a quiet spot on the beach. However it is possible to find more secluded spots away from the main resorts. Mexico has so many beaches to choose from that it is a good idea to think about what type of beach environment will suit you best when searching for flight deals, that way it will be easier to narrow your choice of destination down to just a few places.

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