Resorts and cities in Mexico

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Cities in Mexico region

Cancun

Cancun

Cancun is many things to many people. For students spring break represents a continuous party. For those who are in romantic honeymoon destination is perfect for a beginning of life in two. Sports enthusiasts can catch some great waves, or you can dive into the clear ocean. From ancient ruins to beautiful beaches, Cancun offers something for everyone. Indeed, hardly find a destination with greater beauty of nature, with many attractions and archaeological riches. Regardless of what you want, have all chances to find them in Cancun. Before the resort city of Cancun has become world famous today, a holiday in Mexico means the beaches and resorts on the Pacific coast.


Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya is a tourist district and is in the south of Cancan, Mexico. It stretches along the federal coastal highway 307, along the Caribbean coast of Quintana Roo State, located in the portion of the Yucatan Peninsula.


Cozumel

Cozumel

Located south of Cancun, Cozumel is Mexico's largest inhabited island and a relaxing destination with a relaxed atmosphere. The island is ideal for snorkeling and diving, especially around Palancar Reef, a mountainous underwater formation, considered one of the best diving sites in the world. On the less attracted to diving, the island will enchant you with exotic marine life, crystal clear waters, but with traces of Maya civilization. The city of Cozumel is the perfect place to relax under the tropical sun and a perfect gateway to discover the ancient treasures of the island.


Mexico City

Mexico City

Mexico City (Strange Mexico) is one of the largest metropolises in the world, but is remarkable because its main ingredients: music and noise, air pollution and green parks, colonial palaces. The city is bright and exciting, but it may seem suffocating and because millions of people in Mexico City have found a way of life.





Cities in Quintana Roo region

Playa Del Carmen

Playa Del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is a spa resort town in the northeastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo, south of Cancun on the Caribbean coast. At the 2005 census, the city had a population of 100,383 inhabitants and it develops very quickly. Playa del Carmen is the 3rd largest city in the state of Quintana Roo, after Cancún and Chetumal. The city is named after the title "Our Lady of Mount Caramel", the title given to Mary as the patron saint of the inhabitants of the area that today regiunii.Primii became Playa del Carmen Mayan civilization dates back to the period.



Cities in Guerrero region

Ixtapa

Ixtapa

Ixtapa is a resort on the beach, located in the municipality of Azueta Zihuatanejo in the Mexican State of Guerrero. It is located 5 km north-west of the town's municipality of residence, Zihuatanejo, and at about 245 km from Acapulco. At the 2005 census, had a population of 6406 Ixtapa inhabitants. Ixtapa is a tourist resort planned by the government, whose construction began in the '70s was a land of coconut palm plantation and mangrove estuaries. In 1968, the Bank of Mexico created a special fund for the construction of new tourist area on the coast of the country and the first two were born resorts Cancun and Ixtapa.


Cities in Jalisco region

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is a city resort spa, located in the Mexican municipality of Bahia de Banderas, the Pacific Ocean. The 2010 Census reported a population of the city of 255,725 inhabitants, making it the city it's 6th largest in the State of Jalisco. Puerto Vallarta is the city's municipal governing Puerto Vallarta, which includes the entire city and population centers around the city, stretching from Boca del Tomatlan in Nayarit state border. The municipality has an area of 1300.67 km ² and is bordered on the north Nayarit state, in the east with the municipality of San Sebastian and the mascot and municipalities in south Talpa de Allende and Cabo Corriente.