7 beaches with turquoise sea in Mexico

Mexico has 11,122 km of coastline with some of the most beautiful beaches on the continent. Here seven that are little known and whose turquoise sea will fill your eyes.

Which beach with turquoise sea would you go on your next trip?

Playa El Coyote, Baja California Sur

Enjoy this natural pool in the municipality of Mulegé, 40 minutes from the city of La Paz. Here you will find an amazing landscape in front of the Bahía de Concepción and the mountains.

Playa El Coyote in Baja California Sur

Playa Caleta de Campos, Michoacán
Relax in this bay ideal for swimming and water sports. It is located in Bufadero Bay, 50 km from Playa Azul. It is ideal for families, diving and spending hours in the water.

Playa Caleta de Campos in Michoacán

Playa Carrizalillo, Oaxaca
Enjoy life in this small beach located 5 minutes from downtown Puerto Escondido. The waves are ideal for learning to surf, but it is also comfortable for swimming or just enjoying the water.

Carrizalillo beach in Oaxaca

Playa El Tecolote, Baja California Sur
Re-fall in love with Mexico in this spectacular place belonging to La Paz. This quiet beach is located three minutes from Balandra and just over half an hour from the city of La Paz. In it you will find yourself in an almost virgin paradise surrounded by desert mountains.

Playa El Tecolote in Baja California Sur

Playa Sabancuy, Campeche
You will love to take a sunbath on this beach located an hour and a half from the city of Campeche. Its soft waves and white sand will seem like a great place to rest. The place has palapas and hammocks.

Playa Sabancuy in Campeche

Playa Los Algodones, Sonora
It has spectacular sunsets facing the Sea of ​​Cortez from this corner of San Carlos. Walk on its soft white sand dunes and enjoy the panoramic views of Cerro Tetakawi in the background.

Playa los Algodones in Sonora

Playa Caleta Tankah, Quintana Roo
Rediscover the Riviera Maya in one of the best kept secrets near Tulum. It is located within the beach club of the same name (entrance 150 pesos per day about 8 dollars) that will offer you calm and transparent waters. Here you can also know a little crowded cenote.

Playa Caleta Tankah in Quintana Roo

Which of these beaches with turquoise sea do you want to visit?