Mexico: Hacienda Restaurants & Archaeological Sites

Mexico awaits yachting enthusiasts with its stunning landscapes, fine weather and unique cuisine; paired with a friendly population. The eastern coast gives access to humming beach resorts and sumptuous landscapes that have long drawn those searching for soft sand and opulent Mexican coastline culture. West Mexico has its very own magic. From Baja California down to Oaxaca, you will find some of the most fascinating spots in the Pacific. A perfect cruising ground for yachts, the regions flourishes with multiple opportunities.

To the east, the Yucatan Peninsula is proud of its Mayan ancestry. Especially in Quintana Roo you can find fascinating archaeological sites mingled with fine bars and restaurants on 120 miles of scenic coastline. The most famous and coveted stop-over, especially by yacht, is with no doubt Cancun. Located at the edge of Quintana Roo, it is on the Yucatan Channel that separates Mexico from Cuba.

The town of Acapulco is one of the main attractions on the western coast of Mexico, ideal for those who wish to indulge in urban life, nestled in a natural bay shaped like a horseshoe. The hills and cliffs around the bay are sprinkled with restaurants and bars, all intent on giving you fantastic views of Acapulco and the ocean below.

When to go:

All year round

High season:

April - September



Acapulco promises far more than just bars and clubs - explore the romantic history of spice ships and pirates


Adventurers can trek the thick rainforests on the Chiapas hills teeming with wildlife


In Cancun, on the Riviera Maya at Playa del Carmen, explore underground freshwater caves or fantastic diving at the Great Mayan Reef



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