Travel Information on the 5 Best Mexican Beaches

 

Many people like to visit Mexico for its beaches. Beach goers will find that there are plenty of options on its extensive coastline. Most Mexican beaches have resorts that let you enter and use all the facilities with a one time pass. The following is a list of the 5 best Mexico beach spots.

  1. Zipolite Beach

Zipolite Beach is a 2 km long beach with gold sand in Oaxaca, Mexico. Also known as the Beach of the Dead, it used to be a place where the locals used as a place of burial for their deads. Today, it is a nude beach that attracts all kinds of visitors including surfers, and sun bathers. There are rustic palapas cabins and palm trees where you can rest in shade in the afternoon. Zipolite Beach is popular with foreigners especially during the festivity season. Swimming is dangerous as there are strong undertow and rough waves. There are often drownings and lifeguard rescues at Zipolite Beach.

  1. Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is a sandy beach in a small town in Quintana Roo, Mexico. There are lots of beach clubs that play live music. There are lots of different types of fishes you can catch at Playa del Carmen. You can bring a fish you caught to a nearby restaurant and get it cooked at a small fee. The ocean here has a busy traffic of various boats like yachts, and small fishing boats. There are underground caves which you can swim and snorkel in. It is also situated near to the Mayan ruins with Chicken Itza. Get more details at beachspot.org -Mexico beach spots.

  1. Playa del Amor

Playa del Amor, also known as Lover’s Beach, is a sandy beach inside a wide cavern on Marieta Islands, Mexico. It is only accessible by taking a water taxi. There is nothing on the beach except a few rock formations. You can enjoy snorkeling by joining the glass bottom boat tour. Many people also picnic on top of the cavern that overlook the beach. You must be careful when entering into the water as it has strong current and many drownings have been reported. It is just a short distance from the longer beach called Playa del Divorcio.

  1. Playa Tortugas

Playa Tortugas, also known as Turtle Beach, is a small beach in Cancun, Mexico. The beach can get crowded as it is the place for boarding on the ferry to Isla Mujeres. The part near the hotel entrance has calm waves and is suitable for swimming. The part on the other side, which locals called Mar Abierto has rougher waves. You will find plenty of small vendors and self service shops that are selling food. Snorkeling and windsurfing equipment can be rented at the thatched roof shops. You will get to see different species of sea turtles during snorkeling.

  1. Bahia Balandra

Bahia Balandra is a family friendly beach located north of La Paz, Baja, Mexico. It is well known for the Diamond Rock. There are also other rock formations that are worn by water. The beach is sheltered in all directions making it a safe place for swimming. The amenities are located some distance away which is the reason why it is not as popular as other neary beaches. There are some free palapas where you can take shades from the sun. You must arrive early if you want a shade under one of the palapas.

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