The hotel strips of Cancún. | arthur gonoretzky/Moment/Getty Images
A colorful restaurant in Isla Holbox | darioayala/Shutterstock
Playa del Carmen at sunset | posztos/Shutterstock
This could be your instagram… if you’re into that. | Linka A Odom/The Image Bank/Getty
White sand, jewel-colored water, palapa’d beach bars… and not much else. | Philippe TURPIN/Photononstop/Getty
Puerto Escondido is the sleepiest surf party town you’ll find. | Jakub Zajic/shutterstock
Puerto Vallarta is rough around the edges in the best way possible. | Elena Elisseeva/shutterstock
Sunset dogs of the increasingly boho Sayulita. | Jordan Siemens/The Image Bank/getty
Ceviche, beer, and cobblestone streets await you. | Fort Worth Star-Telegram/Tribune News Service/Getty
Lover's Beach in Cabo San Lucas. | Brian Florky/shutterstock
The pristine setting on Santa Cruz Bay, Huatulco. | Birdiegal/shutterstock
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.... you'll feel as though you're the only person in the entire state. | Authentic travel/shutterstock
The resort crowds are on their way, so visit Progreso soon. | Kartinkin77/shutterstock
Riviera Nayarit is 200 miles of pristine coastline. | Isabellaphotography/Shutterstock
Cabo Pulmo National Park is ideal for kayakers and divers. | ©fitopardo.com/Getty Images
Careyes, just north of Barra, is a privately owned 20,000-acre retreat for wealthy bohemians. | Jose Manuel Espinola Aguayo / EyeEm/Getty Images
Reserva de la Biosfera Ria Celestun is the pinkest place in Mexico. | Celia Hueck/Getty Images