Take a siesta from life at a family resort in Mexico

Mexico has long been a nation of mystery, mystique, and exciting attractions. From ancient Aztec ruins to vibrant Mexican culture, this is a nation whose roots reach back into the shady mists of time. Here you can enjoy pristine beaches with dark ocean waters, visit native ruins that are thousands of years old, or explore unsolved mysteries of history. You can even just relax at an all-inclusive resort that's ideal for your family holiday, with games, live entertainment, dining, swimming pools, social gatherings, fitness centers, and a lifetime of fun for kids and grown-ups of all ages.

Resorts on Puerto Vallarta offer fun for kids and adults

The resort town of Puerto Vallarta is located in Jalisco, on the Pacific Coast. From here, adults will enjoy the vibrant nightlife scene with parties, bars, clubs, and high-end dining, while kids will love shopping at the boutique shops in the town centre or swimming, building sandcastles, and playing with a ball on the beach. There are also historic sites such as Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church with its ornate architecture, and the beachside promenade of El Malecón with its modern art sculpture. No matter what age you are, from kids to adults and seniors, you'll find a great time here.

Party through the night and swim the day away at Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is a famed resort town right on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. The first things that come to mind when one thinks of resorts in Cabo San Lucas are beaches, water sports, and nightlife. Indeed, there are tons of beaches you can visit here, with the most popular certainly being Playa El Médano, but there are a wealth of others, including Playa del Amor, the hidden gem that is Lovers Beach. From this region just a few minutes from your family resort in Mexico, you can take camel tours, visit famed rock formations, and more.

Gold sands and turquoise waters await at Playa del Carmen

Booking your family-friendly resort in Playa del Carmen offers you the best in gold sand and clear blue surf for the whole family to play. Here you'll find soft, golden stretches of beach lined with palm trees. You can go snorkelling along living coral reefs and see the brilliant colours of the ocean ecosystem. Grab your group to take in the lively and vibrant shopping and dining district along Quinta Avenida, a pedestrian-friendly walkable street full of restaurants, independent small shops, and laid back establishments for families and adults. You can even visit nearby Mayan ruins for a taste of ancient history.

Explore a small Mexican village from a resort near Sayulita

The small village of Sayulita along the Pacific Coast offers stunning views of the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range. It's famed for its strong surf on beaches like Sayulita Beach, but hidden gems with quiet and calm waters can also be found nestled between rock formations at places like Los Muertos Beach. You can visit local art galleries selling crafts handmade by indigenous Huichol artisans, or take a trip to the nearby Marieta Islands, where if you're lucky you might actually catch a glimpse of a humpback whale playing in the ocean. Sayulita is a diverse and exciting place to travel.

Ixtapa resorts offer golfing to dolphin encounters and more

The coastal beach resort of Ixtapa offers a world of diverse excitement, education, and entertainment. You can head to the pier to watch fishing boats enter and leave the Pacific. You can shoot 18 holes of golf on a championship-scale golf course. You can go diving and snorkelling off the granite rocks of Los Morros de Potosi. You can even head for the Delfiniti dolphin aquarium where you won't just see dolphins up close, you'll get to actually swim and play with them. Between adventures here, there's plenty of street food in addition to fine dining establishments and shopping opportunities to enjoy.

Explore ancient history from a Santa María Huatulco resort

The town of Santa María Huatulco is famous for its collection of pre-Hispanic ruins at the Parque Eco-Arqueológico Copalita just a few minutes away. Here you can view such interesting sites as a ball court used by ancient people for recreation, as well as ancient stone temples. To learn more about the people who once inhabited this region before European colonists, visit the Bocana del Rio Copalita Museum with its vast collection of artifacts gathered from the site. For nature lovers, there's the Huatulco National Park, which offers soft golden sand, dark blue waters, wildlife, and coral reefs for snorkelling.