Mexico Vacation Rentals
Wherever you want to stay in this diverse and fascinating country we have the perfect vacation home. Particularly popular are the Gulf of Mexico resorts where we offer everything from luxury studio apartments just right for that romantic break to a comfortable rental home in a typically Mexican house. With swimming pools on site and sea views from many rentals, you're never far from the water.Live like a local
Whether your ideal vacation home is a family-sized villa on the coast or something traditionally Mexican further inland we guarantee comfortable furniture in the living and sleeping areas. Your rental home kitchen will be fully equipped ready to dish up those classic local dishes. Enjoy al fresco barbecues or simply while away the hours in a gently swinging garden hammock.
Vacationing in Mexico
Mexico lies between the US in the north and the borders of Guatemala and Belize to the east while its extensive coastline takes in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Ocean. The landscape and terrain of Mexico vary from the snowy mountains of its Sierras to deserts in the north and rainforests in the southeast while a vacation rental in Cancun, Acapulco, and Los Cabos puts you in tourist destinations with world-class holiday facilities.Getting to Mexico
Although it's possible to drive across the border from the US most visitors to Mexico fly through one of its international hubs such as Mexico City, Cancun, and Tijuana International Airports. Once in Mexico, you'll find a country with six distinctive regions from Baja California in the northwest to the Pacific Coast area around Chiapas and the Yucatan Peninsula with its impressive archaeological sites.Tour Mexico in a 4x4
With its majestic scenery, beautiful coastlines and world-famous Mayan and Aztec sites such as ChichenItza and the pyramids of Teotihuacan, Mexico is perfect for exploring with a rugged 4x4 especially as its major roads are being continually improved and upgraded.
Mexico City is built on the site of the ancient Aztec city of Tenochtitlan and is one of the oldest settlements in the Americas. Take a few days to explore its colonial-style architecture, numerous palaces, and museums as well as dipping into its spicy cuisine and lively nightlife.A Mexican beach holiday
Whether you want the action of watersports or simply want to laze on golden sands and cool off in blue tropical waters the beaches of Mexico offer plenty of beautiful choices. Rated some of the best are Playa del Carmen, Cozumel and Tulum.Guadalajara - the seat of Mexican culture
If you want to really dip your toe into traditional Mexican culture the country's second city of Guadalajara offers a flamboyant mix of Charreadas or rodeos, cafes with Mariachi music playing, picturesque European parks and colorful historic buildings.
Top 5 things to do in Mexico
Swim with dolphins and stingrays in the warm waters that bathe the beaches of Cancun and the Mayan Riviera. Scuba divers will find the world's largest underwater museum here.2. Copper Canyon
Take a train ride or trek on horseback through Mexico's version of the Grand Canyon. Copper Canyon takes its name from the green copper that streaks its walls.3. Chichén Itzá
You need a whole day to thoroughly explore the remains of the Mayan metropolis at Chichén Itzá. Climb the El Castillo Pyramid and marvel at the 1000-year-old Caracol observatory.4. The fortress of Tulum
The only fortified Mayan site, the fortress of Tulum can be seen for miles around from its hilltop location.5. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Oaxaca
Oaxaca is where visitors go when they want to sample a real slice of traditional Mexico with its strong blend of Indian and Spanish culture.
The Chihuahua is the world’s smallest dog and is named after the Mexican state of Chihuahua.
With its large size and diverse regions the climate of Mexico varies dramatically. Across the country, it ranges from Mediterranean regions to desert areas with little rainfall and finishes with the sub-tropical and tropical regions on the southern Pacific coast and around Cancun.Annual events in Mexico
Mexico is known for its lively and colorful carnivals and annual happenings. Maybe one of the most famous is the Festival of the Day of the Dead on November 2nd. Here flowers, masks, parties and music celebrate the lives of loved ones and family ancestors. While lots of countries have international film festivals showing adult films, the country hosts the Festival Internacional de Cine Para Niños or Festival of Cinema for Children. This takes place every August in Mexico City.