What are the best vacation beaches in the Riviera Maya?


If you are looking for a paradisiacal destination, the beaches of the Riviera Maya will make you fall in love. Get to know some of the most popular ones listed here.

Riviera Maya beaches
Riviera Maya beaches

When we think of Riviera Maya, we surely think of nightlife, fun, vacations, beaches, and paradise, because in reality this beautiful region located in the southeast of Mexico, next to the coasts of the Caribbean Sea, has attractions like very few places in the world.

With crystal clear waters, white sand beaches, ecological parks, and even adventure tourism, Riviera Maya is one of the best vacation destinations, so today we will share some of its best beaches.

Paraiso Beach, Tulum

It is said that Playa Paraiso is the best beach in Mexico and one of the best in the world, as its turquoise blue waters, soft sand, and gentle waves make it an authentic paradise. It is located a couple of kilometers south of the archaeological ruins of Tulum and is a destination you definitely have to know during your visit to the Riviera Maya.

North Beach, Isla Mujeres

According to TripAdvisor, the world's most inclusive tourism website, Playa Norte is the second most beautiful beach in Mexico and many tourists rate it as a huge and beautiful natural pool.

Like most of the beaches of this region, here you will find calm and crystalline waters, fine and white sand, and a great variety of tourist services, nevertheless, it is necessary to take into account that certain zones allow enjoying the landscape in topless, so you can find one or another woman sunbathing without the upper part of the bathing suit.


Despite being a relatively difficult destination to access, Holbox is becoming more and more famous and allows you to enjoy more than 35 kilometers of semi virgin beaches and beautiful natural landscapes. Here you will find a warm climate, a rustic atmosphere and a lot of peace, so it is the perfect destination to rest. In addition, it is also possible to find specimens of whale sharks in its waters.

Source: La Verdad

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