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Acapulco

Set around a beautiful, crescent-shaped bay and backed by mountains that fall into the sea, Acapulco is as famous for its dramatic setting as it is for its legendary glamour. Hotels range from world-class resorts to affordable beach hideaways, and visitors are offered huge choices in dining, shopping, nightlife and activities. Acapulco. Mexico's original resort and still its finest.


Cancun

Few resorts in the world have the infrastructure and amenities that were built into Cancun from the beginning. Cancun is Mexico's showcase resort area and justifiably its most popular. The beaches seem longer and whiter and the ocean sparkles a more crystalline blue than anywhere else. There are sufficient activities, entertainment and shopping to cater to every fun-lover and for those who want quieter pleasures, tranquil beaches and archaeological sites are close at hand to explore and enjoy.


Cozumel

Cozumel's warm, clear, turquoise waters are home to the world's second-largest reef network and is a haven for nature lovers, snorkellers, scuba divers and romantics. Ancient Mayans believed Cozumel to be the home of Ixchel, the goddess of love and fertility and an aura of romance lingers about the island. The town of San Miguel is charming and the excellence of local seafood legendary.


Huatulco

A coastal paradise complete with crystalline waters and beautiful beaches, Huatulco has nine protected bays and 36 beaches that are part of the Bahias de Huatulco National Park. Most of the beaches have calm blue-green waters, such as those at the Tangolunda Bay, where you'll find top-notch resorts, excellent plazas and one of the best golf courses on the Pacific Coast. Another popular beach destination is the Santa Cruz Bay, considered one of the most important ecological reserves due to its coral reefs. Thanks to its abundant marine life, not only is an excellent spot for scuba diving and snorkelling but it also hosts the annual Torneo de Pesca de Pez Vela (Sailfish Fishing Tournament) in April and May.


Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo

Located on the Pacific coast that is aptly named "The Coast of the Sun", the resort of Ixtapa and the town of Zihuatanejo is the third most visited area of Mexico. Located in the northwestern region of the State of Guerrero, this destination provides the opportunity to visit two unique locations in just one trip. Cited as being, "Twice as Pleasing", visitors benefit from the modern amenities and conveniences of Ixtapa and the traditional town feel of Zihuatanejo. This area is especially appealing to sports fishermen, as Zihuatanejo has spent most of its history as a sleeping fishing town.


Los Cabos

Stretching along the tip of the Baja Peninsula between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, Los Cabos is one of the most beautiful beach and golf destinations in Mexico. It is as renowned for its sports fishing - grouper, dorado and marlin - as for its eco-tourism - whale-watching and the amazing dry forests of Sierra de la Laguna, home to vast numbers of unique plant, mammal and reptile species.


Mazatlan

Set in a beautiful Pacific cove, this attractive and hospitable port city has everything from world-class resorts, magnificent beaches and excellent restaurants, to fabulous watersports facilities and a surprising amount of cultural and architectural riches. Mazatlan also boasts one of the world's 3 major carnivals, comparable to those of Rio and New Orleans.


Puerto Vallarta

No destination better typifies the classic Mexican beach vacation than Puerto Vallarta. There is something special for everyone. Relaxing days at the beach. Romantic hideaways. Cultural events. Exciting day trips. Entertainment and shopping. Puerto Vallarta has it all, while somehow managing to maintain its unique Old Mexico charm. Accommodation is as varied as you wish, from budget inns to world-class modern resorts.


Riviera Maya

Pristine beaches ringed with palms, Mayan ruins hidden by overgrown jungles, sleepy fishing villages, charming oceanside hotels and fabulous luxury resorts all combine to make up the incredible Riviera Maya. Running directly south of Cancun along the coast, and also popularly called the Cancun - Tulum Riviera, are the ancient worlds of Tulum, Coba, Chichen Itza, Cozumel and Isla Mujeres. This enticing area is a fascinating blend of cultures and customs, ancient history and magnificent views.


Riviera Nayarit

Just 10 minutes north of the Puerto Vallarta Airport at the heart of Banderas Bay. One of Mexico's newest resort areas, Riviera Nayarit stretches through quaint towns and forgotten paradise. There are 7 world-class golf courses and activities such as bay cruises, tours, whale watching, snorkeling, scuba and hiking. 80 km of unspoiled beaches and bays await your arrival! Enjoy the cantinas, seaside pueblos, body-surfing and boogie boarding!



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