10 Mexican beaches that few know

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By Staff November 2, 2019 10:55

10 Mexican beaches that few know

If Mexico can boast of anything, it is its incredible beaches, which are true earthly paradises that fall in love at first sight.

1.- Playa Balandra
La Paz Baja California Sur

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This beach is famous for its shallow depth, lack of great tides, white sand, transparent water and a temperature of 30ºC, which is why it resembles a paradise lagoon ideal for family enjoyment, especially when considering the safety of its almost zero waves. It will be one of the favorite beaches for diving, fishing, rowing, sailing and swimming enthusiasts.

2.-Xcalacoco

Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo

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It´s a magical place whose name – “Twin Coconuts” – dates back to the Mayan culture. It´s located just 1 kilometer from Playa del Carmen and was an important commercial port for the Maya. It´s currently a perfect place to relax and enjoy the privileged trilogy that characterizes it: sun, sea and white sand. One of the most popular activities among its visitors is to take a ride aboard canoes built by the locals.

3. Todos Santos

Todos Santos, Baja California Sur

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Located in Baja California Sur, Todos Santos is the perfect spot for surfing. In addition, it is considered a Magic Town where you must to visit is the Hotel California. Although this place has grown over the years, it has not lost its traditions and that unique touch that characterizes it among the rest of the country’s beaches.

4. Holbox
Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo

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For those looking to spend a romantic vacation, there is no better way to enjoy them than visiting an island like Holbox, which also maintains an atmosphere conducive to romance thanks to the wooden houses that form its streets and the warm sea that surrounds it, but Above all, to its cleanliness and care. And the experience can be further improved if you enjoy your sea cuisine in one of its restaurants.

5. Playa Norte
Isla Mujeres, Quintana Rooo

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It is one of the most spectacular beaches in Mexico. It is 100 meters wide between sea level and the beginning of vegetation. In its history, it is worth mentioning that it was the first point that the Spaniards arrived in 1517. This low swell beach allows you to cool off in the water, practice kayaking or try to master a paddle board without setbacks.

6. Mismaloya
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

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It is a tiny beach located in the middle of the jungle of southern Puerto Vallarta, in Jalisco. It has an area close to 250 meters and is surrounded by sand, tropical vegetation and fauna typical of the region. This beach is famous for being the place where Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton starred in the movie “The Night of the Iguana.” Beyond romance, it is an ideal place for lovers of water skiing and diving.

7. Playa Zicatela
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

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This beach has a width of almost 30 meters. Its waves, which can reach up to 6 meters high, make it a paradise for surf lovers. Every year, in November, a 3-day tournament is held and brings together national and international surfers.

8. Playa Secreta
Quintana Roo

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Although it is located near Cancun, this beach is far from the noise of the city. It is the perfect place to disconnect from the world completely, since no electric power is even available. To get there you have to follow a path in the middle of mangroves that leads to the shore of its white sand. Here you will see the most crystaline water you can imagine.

9. Costa Esmeralda
Veracruz

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The color of the sea gives its name to this paradise located in the Gulf of Mexico. It is a place recommended mainly for those who enjoy water sports. The typical Veracruz environment that surrounds it, thanks to a gastronomy rich in fish and shellfish, makes its visitors not want to return home.

10. San Juan de Alima

Michoacán

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If you really want to find a place out of the ordinary you should visit the coast of Michoacán, especially the beach of San Juan de Alima. It is a hidden place, so it is very quiet, totally natural and perfect for adventures near the sea.

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By Staff November 2, 2019 10:55