Whenever travelers visit Mexico, they are always “going to the beach,” and there is a good reason why that’s always the answer. The stunning North American Country boasts a beautiful coastline stretching up to 5,800 miles, offering a variety of incredible beach vacation experiences. This beautiful coastline extends along the Gulf of California, the Caribbean Sea, the Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of Mexico. Travelers will enjoy splendid weather, cool nights, and sunny days; a recipe for a memorable beach experience. Looking for a remote beach vacation experience with few crowds? There is plenty in Mexico to go around, and you don’t want to miss these incredible beaches.

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10 Playa Mazunte, Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca is popular for its beautiful sceneries, and over the years, has been the point of interest for many international and local tourists. Its Playa Mazunte Beach has impressed many vacationers. Located in Mazunte, a picturesque beachside town in Oaxaca, this beach features a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for backpackers and travelers looking for a laid-back vacation destination. The vibe here is spiritual, thanks to the numerous yoga and medical retreats visitors can go through. On this beach, one can go on yoga, and eco-tours, and enjoy the incredible foodie scene. What more could beach lovers want?

9 Playa del Amor, Marieta Islands, Mexico

Commonly known as “Hidden Beach,” Playa del Amor is an incredible beach, but hard to reach. The fact that this attraction is hard to get to is where it got the name, "Hidden Beach." It is enveloped by a cave featuring a huge hole at the top. There are rumors that the military bombs from the 1900s are the cause of the hole, which now gives the beach a unique touch, offering incredible sunbathing and photo opportunities, not to be missed. Swimming is risky in this spot because of the high currents, but a wonderful vacation experience is guaranteed.

  • Facilities: Umbrellas, lounges, restaurant
  • Best Suited for: Lovers

8 Playa Paraíso, Tulum, Mexico

Located on the Caribbean Sea, Playa Paraíso is an incredible beach destination for scenic spots, relaxation, and outdoor activities. The beach is arguably one of the world's best, thanks to its breathtaking white sands and clear turquoise waters. This beach definitely tops the list of what to do in Tulum, and it is not just because of its own activities, it is bordered by other spectacular attractions, including Tulum National Park. There are always stunning hotels around to have a wonderful stay.

  • Amenities: Chairs, umbrellas, tables
  • Best suited for: Families, solo travelers

7 Playa Las Gatas, Zihuatanejo, Mexico

Nicknamed ''Cat Beach," Playa Las Gatas is a preserved beach, usually crowded, and incredible for snorkeling, thanks to the beautiful coral reefs, and spectacular underwater scenery. While this beach is also suitable for kids, and they can go swimming, parents should definitely be watchful for sea urchins. Travelers can always rent snorkeling equipment from restaurants and shacks.

  • Amenities: Sunbeds, restaurants
  • Best Suited for: Families with kids

6 Isla Holbox, Quintana Roo, Mexico

This is an unspoiled island in Quintana Roo State, and it is packed with numerous incredible beaches waiting to be explored. Its relaxing atmosphere, shallow waters, and beautiful virgin beaches have made it more popular in recent years. There are many textile shops and incredible markets to explore. Is visiting Isla Holbox worth it? Definitely! Having explored popular places like Playa del Carmen, Cancun, and Tulum, it’s time to have a little remote experience.

5 Isla Espíritu Santo, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Located a short distance from La Paz, on the lower half of the Baja California Peninsula, and reachable via a boat ride, Isla Espiritu Santo Island is a gem no beach lover would want to miss. The island features picturesque white sandy beaches and incredible wildlife, worthy of exploring. One of the most interesting activities is going swimming with sea lions. Going on a relaxing picnic along the shoreline would definitely complete the day tour! There are no hotels for accommodation on this beautiful island, as this is a preserved ecological reserve, and even the fishermen staying around can't live on the island full time.

4 Playa Norte, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Isla Mujeres is more popular than Holbox and is packed with incredible beach bars, hotels, and top-notch restaurants, serving great cuisine. Its beautiful Playa Norte Beach is its crown jewel, having crystal clear waters and white stunning sands. There is no doubt that Playa Norte is one of the most magnificent beaches in the country. The best trick to exploring this spectacular beach is getting there early in the morning, enjoying the nature surrounding before the sun worshippers start to arrive, and distracting memorable moments.

3 Bahía Balandra, La Paz, Mexico

La Paz is recognized as a favorite vacation destination, and the fact that it hosts one of the country's most stunning beaches is incredible! Bahia Balandra is wonderfully serene, featuring a beautiful coastline with shallow waters, making it an excellent spot for families with kids as well as travelers not experts in swimming. Snorkeling is another enjoyable activity on this beach, thanks to the colorful underwater scene and spectacular coral reefs.

  • Most Popular Activities: Snorkeling, shallow swimming, kayaking, hiking
  • Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, hotels for accommodation
  • Nearest Airport: Leon Airport
  • Distance From The Airport: About 22.77 km (22minute-drive)

2 Punta Negra, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Mounted on the Pacific coastline, Puerto Vallarta is another top tourist attraction in Mexico, home to Punta Negra, a hidden gem, not grabbing as much attention as Playa Los Muertos, but definitely worth a hype. It is truly a magnificent beach, make it to the list of the nicest in the region. The beach has beautiful white sands and azure-colored waters, making it a perfect spot for snorkeling, swimming, and other enjoyable water activities. Travelers will meet vendors selling snacks and trinkets, and seafood and fruits near the entrance.

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1 Yelapa, Puerto Vallartam, Mexico

Most of Mexico’s most impressive beaches are situated south of Puerto Vallarta, one of its hidden gems, being Yelapa, a stunning town with incredible beaches. Located on the Mexican Pacific Ocean's edge. The town is accessible by boat and takes about 40 minutes to get there. Yelapa Beach is long and amazing, offering interesting activities, including hiking, swimming, and biking. The water taxi is the most convenient way of getting to the beach, departing from Los Muertos Pier and Boca Del Tomatlan.