Where to go in Mexico
List of regions
Mexico has a wealth of equisite establishments to stay at including a range of historic haciendas in some of the country's most beautiful and relaxing regions.
The green-hued cliffs of Copper Canyon are a genuine highlight northern Mexico, located between the states Chihuahua and Sinoloa.
Baja California, a stretching peninsula on the border of California, is a wild region of unspoilt beaches and spectacular self-drives.
Mexico's Pacific Coast is home to some of Mexico's most popular beaches. From the beautiful coast around Costalegre to the paradise of Puerto Vallarta with its cobblestone alleys, red tiled roofs and whitewashed walls, the region is one of pretty coves and bays, narrow stretches of sand, quaint fis…
Southern Mexico is awash with arty, colonial towns, invigorating nature reserves and unmatched archeological sites.
Located high on the Mexico's central plateau, Mexico City is the country's economic and federal heart, a pre-Hispanic settlement built on the ruins of the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan.
Central and colonial Mexico is the heartland of the independence movement with vestiges of colonial conquest and culture all on show.
The Riviera Maya is synonymous with sun, sea and sand; blessed with beautiful blonde-sand beaches and blue-eyed waters, it is best enjoyed at any number of leading resorts.