Isla Holbox Isla Holbox is separated from the Yucatan Peninsula's northeastern tip by a shallow lagoon. It offers quiet, peaceful beaches.

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Zihuatanejo Zihuatanejo, located on Mexico's Pacific coast about 160 miles north from Acapulco and featuring miles of beautiful beaches and cobblestone streets, is Zihua.

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Isla Mujeres Isla Mujeres, located off the northeastern coast Cancun, is an ideal daytrip or weekend getaway.

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Cozumel This Mexican island has great beaches and is a top spot for snorkeling and diving.

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Cancun Cancun's beaches, which are well-known for their clear blue waters and vast sands, are among the most sought after in Mexico.

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Playa del Carmen Playa del Carmen was once a quiet European town. These beaches are now some of the most sought-after on the Yucatan Peninsula.

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Sayulita Sayulita is located approximately 25 miles north of Puerto Vallarta's busy city. It is the ideal destination for surfers as well as anyone looking for peace and quiet.

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Tulum  Playa Ruinas is one of Mexico's most popular beaches, just beyond the Tulum Archaeological Site.

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La Paz La Paz is located about 100 miles north of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur's eastern coastline. It overlooks the Gulf of California.

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Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta has many beautiful beaches. Some are small and hidden, while others can be reached only by boat.

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