Mexico is a country known globally for its cuisine, tequila, mariachi, and beaches, and some are the most exclusive in the world. Here is a list of the eight most exclusive beaches in Mexico you must add to your bucket list.
Playa del Amor, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
Playa del Amor is the most spectacular sandy area of Los Cabos for its beauty and location next to the iconic arch. You can only reach it by boat that is boarded on nearby beaches, especially Medano beach. Suites at Sunset Beach Cabo San Lucas Golf and Spa is a 5-star hotel with a private beach, 9 swimming pools, 19 bars and restaurants, spa, fitness center, and golf course. Sunset Monalisa is a restaurant with one of the most beautiful views of Cabo San Lucas and a menu of delicate gastronomic creations of Mediterranean cuisine.
Punta de Mita, Nayarit
The beaches of the Riviera Nayarit are not known for being among the most expensive beaches in Mexico. However, part of the Punta de Mita peninsula has developed high-end tourism with exclusive hotels, condominiums, and upscale restaurants. It’s located 25 miles from Puerto Vallarta, and its regular visitors include millionaires from Silicon Valley. Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita is a 5-star hotel awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award for the excellence of its facilities and services. It has 2 private beaches, 3 swimming pools, and 4 restaurants. Lobster Paradise Restaurant combines excellent cuisine with superb service and an unbeatable atmosphere, all with a spectacular ocean view.
Playa Delfines, Cancun, Quintana Roo
Cancun and the Riviera Maya are two of the most expensive tourist destinations in Mexico. Their dazzling beaches of beautiful turquoise hues and fine white sands are a favorite tourism destination. One of these premium sandy areas of Cancun is Playa Delfines, which is located in one of the most exclusive areas of Quintana Roo. The Hyatt Zilara is one of the most popular all-inclusive resorts in Cancun and sits just a few steps from one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
Playa Norte, Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo
According to travel experts and tourists, it’s one of the most expensive beaches in Mexico and one of the best. It’s on Isla Mujeres, a paradisiacal island territory in the Caribbean in front of Cancun, which looks like a natural pool with calm and crystal clear waters. Casa de Los Sueños is a 5-star boutique hotel with a private beach, 3 pools (including one with an infinite edge), and 11 first-class rooms with a balcony and ocean view. Lolo Lorena is an elegant French, Mediterranean, and European cuisine restaurant with top ratings from visitors.
Paradise Beach, Cozumel, Quintana Roo
Mexico’s most important tourist island brings together the best reefs in the Caribbean Sea, such as Palancar, Paraíso, Colombia, Santa Rosa, and Chankanaab. These are perfect places to dive and snorkel for the richness of its marine life. Playa Paraiso has crystal-clear waters, calm waves, white sand, and pleasant temperatures. Grand Park Royal Cozumel is a 5-star all-inclusive hotel with 4 restaurants specializing in Mexican, Caribbean, Italian and international cuisine, plus bars and other amenities for a fantastic all-inclusive experience. Buccanos at Night is a Cozumel restaurant with beautiful views of San Juan Beach and a varied seafood menu and fusion with contemporary cuisine.
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
The “capital” of the Riviera Maya is an expensive destination for its beautiful beaches, sophisticated tourist infrastructure in the Caribbean, and its proximity to the main attractions of Quintana Roo. Playa del Carmen is 42 miles from Cancun and near the world-famous parks such as Xcaret, Xel-Há, Río Secreto, and Xplor. Near the beach, there are also countless cenotes and the Mayan site of Tulum. Hotel Xcaret Mexico – All Parks & Tours – All Inclusive is a 5-star resort in the Xcaret ecotourism and adventure park, with a private beach, outdoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, tennis court, and 12 restaurants. Guests have access to Xcaret and other nearby parks. Blue Agave at the Rosewood Mayakoba hotel is the ultimate destination for sushi, Japanese cuisine, and seafood.
Los Muertos Beach, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Puerto Vallarta is another excellent international tourism destination in the Mexican Pacific, home to some of the most expensive beaches in Mexico. The main reference is Los Muertos beach, which has many attractions that get its name from being in an old pre-Hispanic cemetery. Grand Miramar All Luxury Suites & Residences is a 5-star hotel, in the exclusive hills of the Conchas Chinas area, with beautiful views of the Pacific and a 7-minute drive from the city’s famous boardwalk. Gaviotas is a gorgeous Puerto Vallarta restaurant at the Sheraton Hotel. It has a relaxing atmosphere, complemented by the pleasant music of its pianist and delicious cuisine.
Paradise Beach, Tulum, Quintana Roo
Paradise beach is usually in the top position of the best beaches in Mexico for its white and smooth sands and its beautiful ocean in different shades of blue. Another attraction of Paraiso beach is its proximity to the ruins of the pre-Hispanic city built by the Mayans on a cliff and several spectacular cenotes. On a small rocky hill facing the sea, you will find Mi Amor Colibrí Boutique Hotel-Adults Only, a 5-star resort that combines design, style, and sensuality, in the middle of a beautiful natural environment. The RosaNegra restaurant is an excellent choice for seafood and Mexican and Latin cuisine. The service is impeccable, and the food is exquisite.
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