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The 10 most beautiful beaches in Mexico

There are paradisiacal, touristy, with blue or clear water, with white, pink or golden sand, but they are all beautiful, all different.

They can be paradisiacal, touristy, with blue or clear water, with white, pink or golden sands. In all of them you will find palapa, chela or beer, delicious fish, music, tropical fruit and your own hammock. All are beautiful, all are different.

For those who prefer crowded, Mexico has some of the most visited beaches in the world. Manzanillo in Colima gets half a million visitors a year, Mazatlan in Sinaloa and Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco get more than 1.5 million, and Cancun and Cozumel in Quintana Roo and Acapulco in Guerrero get more than 2 million visitors a year.

Personally, I prefer the quieter beaches, or at least those that are more beautiful in terms of nature. Such places of paradise are nothing but poems and Mcessay to write about. Here are some of my favorites.

1. Tulum, Quintana Roo.

One of the stars of the Caribbean is Tulum. Its white sand and turquoise waters wouldn't be as beautiful if there wasn't a Mayan temple looming on the horizon. Swimming and looking at the temple, or visiting the Mayan ruins and seeing the immense sea in the background is priceless. You can't leave without taking a temazcal, the famous pre-Hispanic sauna, followed by a swim in the cenote and a feast of traditional foods.

2. Mazunte, Oaxaca

Mazunte, on the Pacific coast, is one of the most beautiful of Oaxaca's beautiful beaches. It owes its name to the blue crab, which was once very abundant in the area. If you go, don't miss Punta Cometa, Mexico's northernmost point, where you can watch the sun rise and set over the water, the Natural Cosmetics Cooperative and the Mexican Turtle Center. You won't need  after such beauty. You'll draw inspiration here for the entire next school year.

3. Zihuatanejo, Guerrero

Zihuatanejo is a wonderful place on the Guerrero coast. It has evolved from a humble fishing village into a beach destination popular with tourists and ecotourists. Be sure to explore the many magical nooks and crannies of Zihuatanejo, wander its narrow, winding streets, visit art galleries and craft stores, and taste the region's best fish tacos.

4. Costa Esmeralda, Veracruz

Between the communities of Tecolutla and Nautla is a strip of blue and green beaches that impress tourists. This is Costa Esmeralda, a beach with fine sand and calm waves, highly recommended for all kinds of water sports. Don't leave without trying the fish and seafood. Forget all the deadlines and unfinished business, relax with peace of mind and remember that  can always help you. 

5. Boca del Cielo, Chiapas

One of the most unknown beaches is Boca del Cielo, but it is also one of the most pristine. An arm of land between the estuary and the Pacific Ocean sea where you can relax, swing in a hammock sipping coconut water, and eat freshly caught lobster for lunch. Don't forget to visit the turtle camp.

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