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46 islands in Mexico

Islands in Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres
From Cancun to Isla Mujeres you''ll find beautiful scenery and the Caribbean Sea. The colors of the sea are various different shades of blue and you can enjoy this contrast with refreshing breezes.
Islands in Isla Holbox
Holbox Island
Holbox Island is a place that keeps the tranquility of a quiet fishing village in perfect harmony with nature. There are expansive fine white sand beaches that are full of shells that get washed by calm waters. It's the ideal place to disconnect from the world and reconnect with yourself. It can be a bit touristy, given how wonderful it is. It's very close to mangroves, and right next to the famous area where the whale shark is. It can be very close to a variety of birds, enjoy moonless nights of bioluminescence in the water, and spectacular sunsets
Islands in Cozumel
"Cuzam" which means "swallow" and "Lumil" meaning "land of" forming the word Cuzamil: Land of the Swallows, is a Mexican island, the third largest and second most populous in the country. The Island of Swallows is southeast of Mexico, in the Caribbean Sea. It's about fifty miles away from Cancun and is (along with two inland enclaves Calica and Xel-Ha) one of the nine municipalities of Quintana Roo. Don't miss it, it's gorgeous!
Islands in Isla Contoy
Isla Contoy
This is the Isla de Contoy, a small isle located 30km north of Isla Mujeres. It's a world-famous natural space that's open for eco-tourism; it has a dock, a visitors center, museum, walking trails full of flora and fauna, a bird-watching observation deck, and various places to eat. It's a unique place to relax with mother nature and is a must-see for any nature-lover!
Islands in Janitzio
Island of Janitzio
Janitzio is a well-known island near Lake Patzcuaro Michoacan. It has a monumental sculpture of Don José María Morelos.
Islands in Cozumel
Islands in Acapulco
Submerged Statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe
In the bay of Acapulco, near the island of La Roqueta, the Virgen de los Mares Acapulco is submerged a few feet deep and is perfectly visible on days when the sea is not stirred up. She was taken to this curious point in the late 50s and since then, every December 12th, all Acapulqueños living near the sea come to worship, as it is responsible for ensuring the lives of those ve face the dangerous waves of this area. There are numerous tourist boat trips, and on many of them some of the guides (often children) will teach diving in the location of the Virgin and also tell you about some of the most characteristic species of fish. It is customary to tip these children ve teach us about the submerged Virgin (through the glass bottom of these small boats) of Acapulco Bay venturing into the sea.
Islands in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
Ixtapa Island (Isla Ixtapa)
Ixtapa Island is a very comfortable place for children to swim. The water is very calm and there are jet skis , banana boats and it is a very relaxing place.
Islands in Antón Lizardo
Veracruz Isla de Enmedio
A few km from Anton Lizardo Veracruz is this beautiful island that you can visit only by special permission. Enjoy the photos! This is a beautiful place where you can enjoy nature. It measures 70 meters wide and 1.5 km long in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. I can say it's an unforgettable experience having lived there for 20 days.
Islands in Cozumel
Islands in La Paz
Islands in Islas Marietas
Islands in Isla Espíritu Santo
Sea Lions
Close to the island there is a Holy Spirit lobera where you can swim and enjoy these fantastic animals, the wolves of the sea. In addition to enjoying the spectacular scenery, there is a crystal clear sea.
Islands in Santiago Ixcuintla
This island is shaped like an Aztec shield. The people are very nice and it has museum and a very old church. There is a restaurant called Kika, with delicious shrimp.
Islands in Veracruz
Islands in Progreso
Islands in Veracruz
Islands in La Paz