Other nudist beaches in Mexico
The states in Mexico that have nudist beaches and nudist hotels are Baja California Sur, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Nayarit, Quintana Roo and Jalisco. Some resorts have spaces for nudist activity that are closely linked with nudist associations.
One of the characteristics of nudist beaches in Mexico is that they are pristine areas, away from the most popular tourist centers, this with two purposes. One, not to disturb public order as well as the rules of places that do not accept the nudist practice. And have the necessary privacy to be more in touch with nature, which is one of the goals of the nudist philosophy.
The only nudist beach recognized officially is Zipolite, but in the country, there is no real regulation about it although for more than 40 years nudism is practiced in several areas of the country.
Near Zipolite this is the Playa del Amor, also of a nudist nature. In the same state of Oaxaca is Yerbabuena beach, in Huatulco, which is only accessible by boat. In the Quintana Roo state is Playa Naturel. And in Tulum, Azulik. Costa Coal, a few kilometers away, along with Playa Santa Fe, are two options to enjoy nudism without any problem.
In this same state, but in the area of Cancun, Playa Sonrisa is the option. In fact, in the Riviera Maya there is the famous Hidden Beach hotel in the Riviera Maya, where in the middle of the Mexican Caribbean jungle, the most demanding nudists find the best of luxury in lodging and tourist services. Here the guests take off their clothes as soon as they step on the hotel reception of 42 suites, where only the staff of the hotel is dressed.
With a cost of about 500 dollars a night, dishes such as lobster and salmon as part of the menu that includes only fine drinks, children are not accepted, nor explicit sex, nor exchange of couples, nor curious that bother others and less voyeurism or exhibitionists. The clients are, in their majority, professionals, businessmen, and executives of high purchasing power and with ages between 40 and 60 years, accustomed to frequent this type of beaches with the intention of enjoying their nudity and that of others.
Also, 70 kilometers from Tepic, Nayarit, is Bahía de Matanchén where before the pirates and buccaneers rested from their journeys. Many of their hotels currently tolerate nudist practices. In Baja California Norte, the Coronado Islands offer ecotourism including nudism, which is complemented by the sight of colonies of sea lions, dolphins and pelicans.