THE COAST AND ITS BEACHES
Seaside or not, the landscapes of the coast and its beaches they will captivate you. In these lands you can enjoy from beaches in the Mexican and Belizean Caribbean, the wildest coast in the Pacific in Chiapas and the emerald beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.
The great protagonists of the blog are the turquoise-colored beaches, palm tree and white sand on the Mexican Caribbean coast. You also find beaches of golden sand and rough seas in the Pacific of Chiapas, emeralds on the Yucatan coast, away from the whirlwind of tourism, and the beautiful beaches and keys of Belize.
A pleasure to walk, bathe and enjoy the coasts of the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific.
Great contrasts await you on your trip.
BELOW YOU CAN SEE THE BEACH ITEMS:
In the Zona Hotelera of Cancun there are several public accesses very well signposted to the different beaches. The well-known beach of Pez Volador is an excellent little beach without indications, a calm haven in Cancun.read more
Playa Norte is undoubtedly the best beach in Isla Mujeres, one of the most beautiful in the Mexican Caribbean. This pool of crystal clear water falls in love with any. The sunsets from the beach are spectacular.read more
Turtles is one of the great natural attractions of the Mexican Caribbean, in this beautiful sea you can enjoy this fascinating animal in different ways. Where and when to see turtles in Riviera Maya?read more
The color of the Caribbean Sea in Cancun is simply spectacular, it makes anyone fall in love. Arriving, seeing and taking a photo in front of the Caribbean Sea is almost instantaneous. In Playa Delfines you will find the most requested viewpoint, the place of the photo.read more
The best beaches of Cancun you will find them in your Zona Hotelera, a large tourist residential that lives facing the Caribbean. Playa Niños is the beach of Puerto Juarez, the fishing district adjoining the city of Cancun. Welcome to the village beach.read more
Isla Blanca is the northeastern tip of Quintana Roo, one of the few almost virgin paradises remaining on this coast in constant urban development. A large white sand tongue that divides the Caribbean Sea from the spectacular Chacmuchuc lagoon.read more