Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Mexico that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $95 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in Mexico. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Sun and surf at vacation home rentals in Mexico

Bienvenido a Mexico, a land of colorful fiestas and steamy rainforests, of spicy tacos and long stretches of powdery white beaches. Mexico is where the old and new collide, where indigenous cultures still practice their traditions and modern hipsters are making new ones. If there's one thing that binds the population together, it's the food. There are few places in the world as passionate about their cuisine as the Mexicans and why shouldn't they be? Complex moles, slow-cooked stews and freshly caught seafood marinated in zingy citrus and chili. Beginning to salivate? Book up a Mexico vacation rental and prepare your taste buds.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near vacation rentals in Mexico

The Land of Enchantment isn't short on history. Their pre-Hispanic civilizations were busy bees, creating some of the most complex architecture in the ancient world. Much of it still stands today, a testament to their sophisticated civilization. Then, of course, the Spanish arrived and left their own layer of culture that permeated every corner of the land. Some of the nation's greatest cities have at their core an achingly beautiful colonial old town, one of the best places to look for a Mexico vacation rental. Modern Mexico continues to inspire and enrich, with a thriving art scene, in part due to the works of Frida Kahlo.


Things to do near vacation homes in Mexico

Mexico is big. Very big. Its reaches house every imaginable landscape you can think of – smoky volcanoes, glistening lagoons, lush rainforest and cactus-dotted deserts, not to mention the mile upon mile of coast, almost 6,000 miles in fact. This outdoor adventure playground has long drawn in explorers who come to hit the surf, go hiking up the mountains and white-water raft along the meandering rivers. If that all sounds a little too extreme, when you stay at a Mexico vacation rental you can find more sedate activities, like sea kayaking, snorkeling, or simply kicking back on the beach.


Best time to travel to vacation homes in Mexico

The country's span means several different climates that change throughout the year. The mountains and Mexico City can get chilly in the winter, while the coasts stay warm pretty much year-round. As a general rule of thumb, try to score a Mexico vacation rental in the spring months, between March and May, when it's suitably warm wherever you are, and the summer rains have yet to kick in. Other than the Caribbean coast, which sees the odd hurricane between June and November, there's no other time that's off limits and you'll always have something to see or do.

Natural features

Wildlife lovers will love Mexico

This vast land is home to more than 10 per cent of the world's biodiversity. Trust us when we say, that's a lot and ranks it as one of the most varied ecosystems on earth. Putting that into perspective, when you stay in a Mexico vacation rental, you could have close wildlife encounters with any of the 200,000 species in 65,000 square miles of protected land. Watch monkeys swinging through the jungle, snorkel with gentle whale sharks and watch roadrunners race in the desert. Needless to say, Mexico is a wildlife lover's dream destination.

Food and drink

Sample regional cuisine in Mexico

Mexican cuisine has been around for thousands of years, drawing on influences from the Maya culture and other Mesoamerican groups. Staples in the cuisine are native foods, such as corn, beans, amaranth, avocados, chia, tomatoes, cacao, agave, turkey, and chili pepper, all fused into flavorful dishes. If you want to experience the authentic cuisine of Mexico, visit a restaurant or eatery near your vacation rental.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in Mexico?

Pack an overnight bag and spend a weekend in the residential city of La Purísima Tulpetlac. This Mexico hot spot is bursting with things to do. From historical attractions and art galleries, to cool eateries and lively local markets, you'd better come armed with a plan.

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