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Isla Holbox is a relatively unknown island in the state of Quintana Roo. Despite the fact that it has multiple beaches, its small size justifies its inclusion here as a single unit. It's long been known among divers for its unequaled sightings of whale sharks, but it's now gaining appeal among tourists for its tranquil environment, shallow waters, and virtually uninhabited virgin beaches. If you go soon, you'll be able to get a true sense of Holbox before the visitors arrive in droves and commercialize everything.
The lengthy and easily accessible Isla Mujeres is another great Quintana Roo island for beach treasures. This charming isle is noticeably more touristy than Holbox, with a diverse range of beach bars, lodging, and restaurants. The gorgeous Playa Norte, however, is without a doubt its most popular destination. This is certainly one of Mexico's most gorgeous beaches, with crystal blue waters and nearly white, fluffy sand. Arrive early in the morning to take advantage of the relative quiet before the sun worshippers arrive later in the day.
This stretch of secret coves south of Mulegé in Baja California Sur is one of Baja's, if not all of Mexico's, most beautifully beautiful segments of the coast. Road trippers typically chose Baha Concepción as a final destination – and stay for weeks – since it is a stop for the adventurous and outdoorsy. Kayakers will enjoy the milky, blue-green sea, unique rock formations, and marine life. The coves also provide excellent swimming conditions due to their protection.
If you're wanting to stay awhile, there are a number of budget-friendly camping places scattered around the coves by the water. If you're planning to stay awhile, we recommend arriving with plenty of daylight left.
Playa del Amor, sometimes known as Lover's Beach in English, is a tourist hotspot in Cabo San Lucas that ominously backs upon Divorce Beach. However, don't let this deter you from paying a visit. Playa del Amor is one of Mexico's most popular beaches, and it's perhaps the most well-known in Cabo San Lucas. It's a stunningly lovely site because it's directly adjacent to the famous rock formation at the summit of this peninsular region. Swimming should be done with caution, and only in the Bahia de Cabo San Lucas part of the beach, as the Pacific is far more dangerous.
Because La Paz is a popular tourist destination, it's only natural that one of the region's beaches would be among the country's most beautiful. Baha Balandra is a tranquil, shallow-water stretch of Mexican shoreline ideal for children and adults who struggle to swim. Tropical, colorful fish abound in the azure waters, which are clearly seen with a snorkel. Arrive early to take advantage of the expansive setting before the crowds arrive.
Every year, the glistening waves and sweet sand of Playa Paraso draw large throngs of tourists. The beach's expansive size, which reaches far along the shore, does a good job of concealing its popularity. There's plenty of room for everyone. The calm stream makes swimming nearly always safe, making this a great area for families. Along the shore, there are a lot of outstanding restaurants and bars. Arrive early to ensure that you have the best spot. Renting two seats, a parasol, and a table will set you back around 200 pesos.
The ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum are visible from Playa Ruinas, which is located beneath the jagged cliffs. The charming length of sand is lined with swaying palm palms and has endless blue oceans and powdery-white sand. This is the place to go if you want a picture-perfect beach environment. Come early in the morning, before or after visiting the ruins, to enjoy the beautiful beach in complete peace. The sooner you arrive, the more likely you will have the beach to yourself. If you happen to come upon an iguana sunning next to you, don't be scared.