|The region is filled with scenic and natural wonders, bordered by palm-fringed beaches and tropical coves. Also some of the most fantastic archaeological sites are found on the Yucatán peninsula.
Acapulco, south of Mexico City on the Pacific coast, is famous for beaches, romantic sunsets, and glamorous nightlife that attracted Hollywood's hottest celebrities in the 1950s are still very much part of Acapulco today.
In contrast to the party based reputations of destinations like Cancún and Acapulco, Huatulco is a tropical haven, better known for its rural charm and ecological wonders. There are nine idyllic bays, and Huatulco covers a stretch of 35 kilometers (22 miles) along the western shore of Mexico.
On the Baja California, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo have been a vacationer's delight for many years. These former fishing villages now offer spectacular beaches and golf. Whale watching (mid-January to mid-March) is also a great draw to San Jose del Cabo.