Below is a selection of our cheapest Mexico Holidays Flying from all London airports for today. Alternatively, you can use the holiday search above to find more offers!
Adorned with beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, and steeped in history, Mexico holidays give holiday makers everything they could ask for!
On the Caribbean side you have Cancun and Riviera Maya, both have jaw dropping beaches and great range of hotels, many of which offer fantastic All Inclusive packages.
Cancun is known for being the party capital of Mexico. It was once a fishing village and was converted into a tourist resort in the 70's. It is now an 18km long island, which offers visitors: casinos, golf courses, shopping malls and arguably the best night life around. So if you enjoy topping up your tan on one of the many white sandy beaches and dancing away until dawn, Cancun is the place for you!
Holiday goers looking for a quieter experience (especially couples and honeymooners) should head further south to Riviera Maya. On the Yucatan Peninsula, Maya offers amazing beaches and access to some of the Mayan ruins, such as the colossal pyramid located at Chichen Itza. The coast line is home to some truly fabulous hotels, built in the style of mini resorts, they off a truly exceptional all inclusive package holiday. Hotels to look out for are the Sensorati and El Dorado suites!
Whist Riviera Maya is more relaxed in terms of nightlife, you can still venture to Playa Del Carmen which has a range of bars and restaurants that you can enjoy if you fancy change from your hotels entertainment.
You should also the official visit Mexico website for more information on Mexico and Mexico holidays
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The Yucatan peninsula enjoys tropical temperatures all year round. you can expect high temperatures of up to 35°C in the summer time and even in winter you can still expect low to mid 20's.
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