Resorts in Mexico

By | March 31, 2022

Holbox Island

A beautiful, ecologically clean island is ideal for lovers of secluded relaxation in the bosom of nature.

The island is separated from the mainland by the Yalau Lagoon, characterized by shallow waters and crystal clear waters. Here you can meet a colony of graceful flamingos, sea turtles and dolphins.

Great place for diving, snokling and other water sports.


Acapulco– this is a generally recognized Mexican paradise, the pearl of the Pacific Ocean. The city offers an incredible variety of exhilarating Mexican-style adventures that no other Pacific resort in the country can offer. Acapulco has a special magic, touching which, it is impossible to forget. Due to the excellent tropical climate, the resort is popular all year round. Enjoy it on your honeymoon, on vacation with family, with friends or during a business visit, because Acapulco is more than just a resort. This amazing combination of golden beaches, the Sierra Madre mountains, tropical jungles and lagoons, Mexican warmth, mysticism and tradition will make an unforgettable impression on you, and you will never be who you were before. Acapulco is a lifestyle!

Main beaches
Revolcadero beach is especially suitable for surfers (high waves are typical for this area). There are four golf clubs in the vicinity of the beach. Puerto Marques Beach, always noisy and crowded, is extremely popular with locals. Puerto Marques is famous for restaurants with seafood, cold beer and tropical cocktails. Near the Hicacos beach there is a large water park and many discos. Condesa Beach, located in the heart of the Golden Zone of Acapulco, attracts lovers of water sports.

You can get to Acapulco by plane from Mexico City (journey time about an hour, several flights a day) or by car from Mexico City along the express toll highway in about 4-5 hours.

Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a new prestigious resort: chic hotels immersed in greenery, and behind the hotels, where the resort area ends, there is a desert and colorful dunes. You can even meet a camel here. Los Cabos compares favorably with other resorts in Mexico in that it is not so humid here – on average, there are only eight rainy days per year.

The resort area of ​​Los Cabos (from Spanish: capes) stretches along the sea for almost 40 km between the cities of San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, on the California Peninsula, located in the northwestern part of Mexico. The California Peninsula is a rather narrow and long strip of land in the west, washed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, and in the east by the Gulf of California, which is often called the Sea of ​​Cortez.

One of the main natural attractions of this place is the majestic rock “El Arco”, in which, as if someone had specially hollowed out a giant arch to go from one beach to another.

Deep-sea fishing is also good here, but the main thing is that in these places you can often see whales, for which special excursions are organized to observe them. History buffs will appreciate the architectural beauties of San José del Cabo, built by missionaries in the 18th century, while San Lucas is full of entertainment venues and shops.

The international airport is located near the city of San Lucas and receives flights from Mexican airlines and some international ones. The flight from Mexico City is 1 hour 30 minutes.

The climate in Los Cabos is not so humid, with an average of only eight rainy days a year. The resort welcomes guests all year round. Best time to visit: January – April, when whales come to these places, which are observed from the shore, boats and even aircraft.

Mexico city

Mexico City is located almost in the very center of the country. The city is spread out on a hill in the southern part of the Mexican Highlands and is located at an altitude of 2240 m above sea level. Mexico City is surrounded by mountains on all sides.
The city was founded in 1325 by the Aztec Indians. According to legend, the gods ordered the Aztecs to establish a capital on one of the islands of Lake Texcoco, where they will see an eagle (the sacred bird of the Indians) that devours a snake while sitting on a cactus. At the very place where the Indians saw this mysterious sacred symbol, the city of Tenochtitlan was founded. And now here lies the largest metropolis in the world, as well as the oldest and fastest growing city in the New World. This is a real “open-air museum” – there are more than 1400 monuments and historical relics, 10 archaeological zones, both in the city itself and in the vicinity, 8 universities, several academies, more than 80 museums, theaters, concert halls and exhibitions, more than 2 thousand restaurants, dozens of parks and recreation centers. And all this – with a colossal population density! But huge Mexico City,


Teotihuacan(Teotihuacan, “the place where the gods are born”) is located 50 km northeast of Mexico City, and is a cult place for many peoples of Mesoamerica. It is still unclear when the first people began to settle here, and why the city was abandoned, but its architectural monuments are amazing. Temple of Quetzalcoatl and 5 km Road of the Dead (40 m wide), Pyramids of the Sun (225 m at the base and 65 m high) and the Moon (about 150 m at the base and 42 m high), Quetzal Papalotl Palace and the Palace of the Jaguars, the ancient Temple of the Feathered Shells, the Palace of the Quetzal Butterflies, the Plaza de la Luna and the residential complex Tepantitla with the famous frescoes of Paradise of Tlaloc – these are just a small part of the local “treasures of history” collected from huge stone blocks and strictly subordinate to some unknown system.

Cholula. Southeast of Mexico City (130 km), in Cholula, there are the ruins of a huge pyramid-matryoshka, lined with giant stone slabs, covered with ornate carvings. A giant 8-kilometer tunnel allows you to get acquainted with the features of the masonry of such colossal ancient structures, and the church located on top of the mound left from the pyramid gives a special “charm” to this unique area.

Tula (65 km from Mexico City) is no less impressive, although still relatively little excavated, the ancient capital of the Toltecs, where a number of objects are still waiting to be taken up by archaeologists. The most famous of the surviving structures is the Pyramid of the Morning Star (also Temple of Quetzalcoatl, Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, or Temple B), on the platform of which stands a group of five-meter stone warriors who once carried the roof of the temple. At the entrance there are large statues of snakes. In the XIII century, Tula was finally destroyed. Huge figures of warriors at the foot of the pyramid were ritually buried and thanks to this they have survived to this day.

Puerto Wayarta

Puerto Vayarta is a seaside resort city located on the shores of Banderas Bay (the largest bay on the Pacific coast of Mexico). This is a cozy colonial city. Along the coast there are many rocks with tunnels formed by water.

Known for its many kilometers of golden beaches, Puerto Vayarta offers a huge range of activities such as golf, whale watching (December to March), ecotourism and others. The city has a semi-tropical climate, world-class amenities, excellent restaurants, a great selection of water sports, tours, exhibitions, cultural events and discos. The city offers a unique blend of traditional “old Mexico” charm with modern cosmopolitan amenities. The new resort of Nuevo Vayart is located 10 km from Puerto Vayart, occupying the northern part of the bay.

Los Muertos – the largest public beach of the resort, located next to the old town;
La Manzanilla, Destiladeras – northern beaches with tourist infrastructure.

You can get to Puerto Wayarta by plane from Mexico City (travel time is about 1.5 hours, 890 km).

Resorts in Mexico