Make of Mexico the excuse for your next vacation and get your senses ready for an experience full of magic, color and warmth. Come and fall in love with Mexico! Again and again, Cancun timeshares, Mexico will surprise you with new experiences: a different flavor, a new adventure, a spot waiting for centuries to enchant you. We’re waiting for you!
Experience the beauty of Mexico with Cancun timeshares. Explore beautiful beaches, great shops, dining and nightlife. Whether you're here for an adventurous or a relaxing vacation, we make sure you have a wonderful time.
Beaches that intertwine with the desert or with the lush jungle, beaches with ancient remains or full of contemporary art, beaches that are an eternal party or whose immeasurable silence takes us closer to paradise… More than 450 beaches make up the Mexican coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, the Gulf of California and the deep-blue Caribbean Sea. The variety of climates and points of interest that surround them make each Mexican beach a memorable spot. From the cosmopolitan destination of Los Cabos, the ideal place to fish and scuba dive, to the mystic Mayan Riviera, with unmatched natural surroundings, Mexican beaches stand out due to people’s warmth. Choosing one of them is a difficult task, but you will get to the same result: all of them will take your breath away.
Fly to Cancun and head south to the 112-mile stretch of coastal paradise known as Riviera Maya. Stretching from Puerto Morelos to the north (15 minutes from the Cancun Airport and often considered Riviera Cancun) to Tulum to the south, Riviera Maya has it all!. White sand beaches front turquoise waters, tropical jungles and ancient Mayan ruins. Visit Playa Del Carmen and its trendy Fifth Avenue, known for great shops, dining, golf and nightlife. Further up the coast are the popoular resort areas of Puerto Aventuras and Akumal Experience underwater life on the Great Maya Reef, the largest coral reef in the Northern Hemisphere. Discover ancient Mayan cities including Tulum, the only archaeological site located by the sea and Chichen Itsa, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Visit to Xel-Há, the world's largest natural aquarium, and Xcaret, where you'll see fascinating indigenous wildlife and can snorkel in underground rivers.
- Swimming by the only archaeological site located by the sea... Tulum.
- Spend a day of amazement interacting with Mexican culture in one of the most spectacular theme parks in the world- Xcaret.
- Snorkel in the larget natural aquarium in the world- Xel-Ha.
- Get the perfect suntan in Akumal silky beaches.
- Explore the mystery of the Mayan caves in Aktun Chen
- Stroll along "La Quinta Avenido" of Playa del Carmen and enjoy the wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops.
- Return in time and discover a Mayan village.
- Discover the underwater world at the largest coral reef on the northern hemisphere... Snorkeling and Diving.
- Get in touch with one of the greatest biodiversities in the world on the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an.
- Relax and experience a Mayan treatment in one of the multiple Spas in Rivera Maya
Mazatlan is a perennial favorite with North American sunbirds and snowbirds alike.
Endowed with a shoreline sprinkled with beckoning islands, a lovely seaside promenade, miles of golden beaches and blue lagoons, it really lives up to its moniker, “Pearl of the Pacific.”
Sometimes, when you’re planning your holidays, you have to make a decision: sun and sand or culture and history? Mazatlan has the distinction of offering the best of both worlds: in the newer Zona Dorada (Golden Zone), developed in the 1960s, you’ll find most of the major hotels, shops, bars and restaurants scattered along the idyllic beaches; meanwhile, in Old Mazatlan or the Centro Historico (Historic Center), life carries on as it did before tourists arrived in the markets, cafes, churches and shady plazas throughout the traditional neighborhoods.
European immigrants brought their traditions, in particular a kind of music that became the trademark of Sinaloa (the Mexican state where Mazatlan is located). You might find yourself dancing to Banda, a form of music that injects Latin energy into German oompah music.
Unique to Sinaloa, it was created when Bavarian immigrants arrived around the turn of the 20th century. You’ll find that the Mazatlecos, as the locals call themselves, are fun, friendly and helpful. Anytime of year is good to mingle in cafes and restaurants, but if you want to join the town’s most famous celebration where folks party and dance in the streets, Mazatlan’s famous Carnaval is rivaled in Mexico only by the one in Veracruz.
Mazatlecos are justifiably proud of the gentrification and restoration of the 19th century mansions in the once-crumbling downtown area. Imagine an architectural combination of the pastel palette of Miami Beach and the wrought iron balconies and languid patios of New Orleans. The Mazatlecos call it Tropical Neoclassical.
Foodies will love the variety of restaurants here—from rustic beach shacks to romantic candlelit courtyards. Shrimp doesn’t come any sweeter or fresher and the talented chefs all over town have mastered local recipes. Try them breaded in coconut, marinated ceviche-style in lime juice, mothered in garlic and butter, flambéed in tequila, spiked with a Diablo sauce or just plain steamed.
Getting to Mazatlan is easy, either via good motorways, the international airport or the marina. Once you arrive the choice of accommodation ranges from small family-run hotels to luxurious properties in the Zona Dorada, complete with gourmet dining and spas.
Situated just south of the Tropic of Cancer, Mazatlan enjoys temperate semi-tropical weather year-round. The average temperature is between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius (77 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit). With an average of 300 sunny days per year, it’s always beach weather here. Don’t forget your sunscreen.
Close to Puerto Vallarta in the center point of the Banderas Bay ( Bay of Flags ) at the Pacific Ocean, Nuevo Vallarta Mexico, a luxury and spacious hotel zone, had been build up during the last 15 years. Nuevo Vallarta, sometimes also called Nuevovallarta, with its long sandy and shelf water beach is situated about 25 minutes north to Puerto Vallarta Downtown, and about 10 minutes to the local Diaz Ordaz airport, in the Mexican state of Nayarit. Nuevo Vallarta is the most important travel destination of the so called Riviera Nayarit.
Nuevo Vallarta Mexico, is not a city or a village, it is a planned Mexico vacation resort featuring all the modern touristy commodities and some extraordinary attractions, inviting travelers to relax during their vacation in Nuevo Vallarta. The resorts designers goal was, to offer to tourists besides Nayarits nicest beaches, some unique and high level opportunities to make their time in Mexico unforgettable.
Along the white three mile long sand beach the traveler finds only upper class hotels, like the Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta, the Mayan Palace Nuevo Vallarta or the Allegro Nuevo Vallarta. One of the very special and unique features is the huge 300 slip marina with about 7 miles of shippable water channels. It is like a little Venice at the Mexican pacific coast. Luxury villas, world class golf courses and the spacious beach resorts make it the most modern vacation zone in Mexico and the Banderas bay.
The traveler may choose between luxury family vacation in new Mexico tourism facilities and rentable luxury vacation villas in Mexico beach front settings. But also he finds selected options to make his all inclusive honeymoon vacations to Mexico or to book his exceptional luxury Christmas golf vacation in Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta is a mystic city that harbors tradition in its plazas, in its streets, in its people - a city that expresses the color of its culture and natural beauty at every turn.
Located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, where Jalisco and Nayarit meet, Puerto Vallarta lays in the heart of Banderas Bay and offers the best of two worlds: tradition and vanguard, making Vallarta a window to the world.
Puerto Vallarta has received many global accolades that are a testament to the uniqueness and warmth of the city. The destination has been voted the friendliest city in the world by Condé Nast Magazine (2003), the best place to retire globally by The American Association of Retired Persons (2010) and the best Mexican Vacation Destination by USNews.com (2010), beating out Cancún and Los Cabos for the top prize.
The natural attractions that make Puerto Vallarta a magical place are three in number: the Sierra Madre Mountains, the rivers that flow down from them, and the Pacific Ocean. These come together in this extroadinary beach resort.
We invite you to bask in Puerto Vallarta´s beaches, where you will find endless activities to participate in, albeit scuba diving, walking on the gold sandy beaches, whale and dolphin watching, and in the near future, listening to the mesmerizing sound of waves or, taking in one of Vallarta’s unparalleled sunsets.
Today, Acapulco is considered the country’s 16th largest metropolitan area and one of the most important destinations since its golden days in the 1950s, when the boom of high rises came about. President Miguel Aleman promoted the construction of the Carretera Escenica (Scenic Highway), linking the international airport to the city of Acapulco. During the following two decades, the port became a favorite jet set destination for people like Elvis Presley, who even filmed the movie Fun in Acapulco. During the 1970s, the residential areas of Las Brisas, Brisas, Guitarron and Brisas Marquez were built, and they became home to the most luxurious houses of businessmen and Mexican and international artists.
Glamorous, spontaneous and splashy, Acapulco is a city that invites superlatives. It delivers an actionpacked, 24-hour exuberance that makes every moment count, with an array of attractions and activities to please almost any visitor. Located in the State of Guerrero, Acapulco can be described as an important deep sea and coastal traffic port located on the Pacific Ocean on the western side of the natural Bay of Acapulco. Known as the queen of Mexican beach resorts, this charming bay is everpopular with year-round, foreign and domestic visitors. Is the largest, loudest and most boisterous resort in Mexico. Its tempo is more urban than resort, as the city approaches 1 million residents. It also showcases the carefree, carnival atmosphere for which Mexico is famous.
Acapulco is a privileged tourist destination, with its two magnificent bays: Santa Lucia, known as Bahia de Acapulco (Acapulco Bay), and Puerto Marques, boasting incredible natural beauty and cliffs. The bays are surrounded by golden sandy beaches and exotic tropical vegetation and embraced by the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountain Range to the east. Acapulco is the first choice for party lovers. Honeymooners fall in love with the resort’s tropical beauty and festive Mexican atmosphere. The area also appeals to families, due to the variety of its several parks, calm beaches, and the CiCi water sports park for children. Sports enthusiasts also have plenty to do. Water sports of every variety lure visitors to the seashore, while golfers are beginning to recognize Acapulco as a world class destination. For early risers, there are several new eco-based tours that take in the area’s lagoons, jungles, islands, and estuaries.
Dining is diverse, not only in cuisine, but also in setting. Most restaurants are al-fresco, and many offer breathtaking views of Acapulco Bay. Shopping is excellent, either in the resort’s several American-style malls, or at its bustling downtown mercados (markets). Acapulco has more than 200 hotel choices and some 18,000 lodging units. But only a relatively small number of these hotels are known to American and Canadian travelers. This is somewhat ironic, since Acapulco is also home to two of Mexico’s most recognizable and popular hotels: the Fairmont Acapulco Princess and Las Brisas. For every type of visitor, Acapulco has it all!
Mexico's fastest growing resort area offers miles of empty desert and deserted beaches. Laid-back nightlife and old-fashioned fun in the sun is the Cabos' lure. Only certain beaches are safe for swimming, however, including Lovers' Beach and the more tempestuous and aptly named Divorce Beach. Whale watching, hang-gliding, snorkeling, antiquing, golf and fishing, Loreto's historic mission, and sport fishing and dining in capital La Paz are other attractions. SuburBaja buses travel the coast.
Sunbathing is the main event here, particularly along the shores of Playa Solmar or the super-popular Playa del Amor. Just be careful of the strong undertows and turbulent tides when swimming. Away from the shore, you'll find that Los Cabos hosts some of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses. Cabo del Sol Golf Club has some of the highest green fees in the area, but avid golfers say the price is worth it.Input Here