Beaches of Mexico can be divided into three main areas: the Caribbean coast in the south-east, the Gulf of Mexico to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Riviera Maya is a Caribbean paradise with white sand and turquoise warm water, coral reefs, tropical fish and numerous tourists. The Pacific coast offers kilometers of beaches along the ocean, often empty and battered by waves and currents, which are more suitable for surfing and scuba diving. The Gulf of Mexico is still largely unknown to tourism.
1. Santa Maria Beach, Baja California
Baja California – a long peninsula that by the Pacific Ocean in the north-western Mexico.
Here you can find a wide choice of beaches. Beaches in the eastern and southern bays are safer and more conducive to swimming. Among them is Santa Maria, located at the southern tip of the peninsula, near the town of Cabo San Lucas.
Ideal for families with children, for swimming and snorkeling. The beach is not accessible as it is located in a marine reserve and has a well-preserved environment, in spite of the mass tourism.
2. Xcacel, Riviera Maya
Riviera Maya stretch of coast between the cities of Cancun and Tulum.
It offers an impressive array of beaches in the Caribbean with palm trees and lush vegetation, turquoise waters, rich in corals and tropical fish, and white sand.
There is a choice among numerous beaches that are among the best in the world. Xcacel is among the most well-preserved natural environment. It is located 120 km south of Cancun, and it is the main beach in Mexico for nesting turtles.