The Beauty of MexicoPosted on 06/29/2016
It’s time to rediscover Mexico! Here are a few of our favourite destinations where you’ll fall in love with the country’s warmth and magic.
Baja California Wine Country
Located to the northwest of mainland Mexico, the Baja California peninsula is home to beautiful and diverse landscapes and endless beaches. The region’s warm Mediterranean climate makes for the perfect getaway where spectacular vineyards and wines await. A great starting point for exploring Baja California and its many other wonders is along the Wine Route. Beginning in Ensenada, the Wine Route takes visitors close to small family-owned wineries and large-scale producers and exporters. Along the way visitors will also discover elegant high-end restaurants, museums, art galleries, and much more.
Romantic San Miguel de Allende
A unique colonial town with a vibrant multi-cultural artistic community, San Miguel de Allende amazes visitors with its explosion of baroque and neoclassic architecture surrounding its gothic cathedral, which made the city a UNESCO´s World Heritage site. San Miguel comes alive at night in a unique way, with an unusual supply of high quality restaurants and bars with a constant flow of musicians from diverse parts of the world. The large expatriate community and welcoming locals make every visitor feel simultaneously relaxed and enchanted with the life style of San Miguel.
The Sparkling Riviera Maya
The Riviera Maya region, located on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, offers the very best of high-end luxury resorts, fine dining, nightlife, spa retreats, shopping and golf in Mexico. Here you can spend the day at a luxury beach club where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, aquatic sports, spa services and a variety of modern amenities. The Riviera Maya is one of the world’s top destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling. An expansive coral reef system extending just off the coast is home to a dizzying array of marine life including colorful tropical fish, manta rays, dolphins and whale sharks.