Find the perfect villa for your next vacation in Mexico
Explore the mystic land once home to the Aztecs on a vacation to Mexico. This vast and beautiful country is rich in culture, history, and natural splendor. The popular vacation destination Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula is the place to go for nightlife and family fun, and just down the coast in Tulum are relics and remnants of the mighty Aztec empire.
On the opposite coast, holiday hotspots such as Cabo San Luca on the Baja Peninsula tempt travelers with fantastic marine wildlife and mouth-watering food.
Unforgettable vacations need awesome places to stay, and we have spectacular Mexico villas for your holiday needs. With fantastic facilities such as private chefs, large pools, and more, book today to secure a Mexican vacation with a side order of luxury. Our beautiful Mexico villas are in amazing locations in both Cancun and Cabo, two of Mexico's most luxurious destinations, and with vacation rentals for as many as 34 guests, these villas are ideal for family and large group getaways.
Yes. Citizens of the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, and the EU will need a valid, in-date passport to travel to Mexico.
The minimum legal drinking age in Mexico is 18.
Spanish is the most commonly spoken language in Mexico, with around 93% of the population having it as their first language. English is spoken in many tourist regions, particularly around Cancun, but it should not be assumed that everyone will speak English, particularly if you’re getting off of the beaten path.
Tap water is not safe to drink in Mexico. Instead, stick to bottled water from stores, bars, and restaurants, and do not add any ice to your drinks as these may be created from tap water.
You can take your pooch on vacation with you to Mexico, so long as you have all of the correct zoo-sanitary paperwork and vaccinations in place before you go through customs. There is a limit on up to 2 cats or dogs per person when traveling to Mexico. You may also need to secure a health certificate for your furry friend when returning from your Mexico vacation.
Mexico is a land of wonder, where man-made and natural attractions sit side-by-side. Mayan ruins are one of the most popular historic sites in Mexico, with Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula being the most famous. You can also see Mayan ruins in Tulum and near Mexico city. Nature and wildlife are also big draws, with natural parks and protected wildernesses harboring hundreds of species of birds, reptiles, insects, and even a very special Mexican resident; the enigmatic axolotl. The tourist cities of Mexico, such as Cancun and Cabo San Lucas, are fantastic for a mixture of culture and nightlife, with exquisite beaches, fascinating museums, and plenty of restaurants, bars, and clubs in which to dance the night away.
Chilaquiles are a popular breakfast dish in Mexico, consisting of chopped and fried tortilla pieces topped with red or green salsa and any combination of chicken, beans, eggs, cheese, and cream.
The red, white, and green color of Chiles en Nogada makes it not only traditional but rather patriotic as well. This delicious dish resembles the Mexican flag and consists of stuffed poblano peppers, which are smothered in walnut cream, and then sprinkled with pomegranate seeds.
Of all the food that has come to symbolize the popularity of Mexican cuisine around the world, the taco is surely the most representative. However, this irresistible meal looks a little different in its home country to elsewhere. The taco shells are never hard in Mexico, instead being made with soft corn tortillas that are folded around fillings. Popular variations include tacos al pastor and tacos de barbacoa.
Gorditas are small cakes made from masa dough filled with cheese, meat, or vegetables. Once filled, they puff up, giving them their name, which means 'cubby' in Spanish.
This sweet bread dish is a firm favorite across Mexico. The sweet dough is topped with a thin crispy cookie which cracks during the cooking process to create a hard, patterned shell on top of the bread. Conchas are available in various flavors, and often enjoyed dipped into hot chocolate.
Pulque is a traditional alcoholic drink made from the fermented agave plant, which has been enjoyed by locals for more than 2000 years.
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If you want your Mexico vacation to be even more luxurious, then why not treat yourself to some of our fantastic Travel Extras? From private chefs to attractions tickets, in-home spa treatments to hampers, and everything in between, you can choose from a huge range of brilliant extras for your vacation. Take a look at our Travel Extras page for more information.
Mexico is famous for its beautiful beaches; irresistible golden sand and rolling waves stretching towards the horizon. Our stunning Mexico beach house rentals are located on the country's finest stretches of sand, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, with incredible sea views from almost every room. Step straight from your luxurious vacation home onto the sand with our direct beach-access villas, and make the most of the beautiful setting with beach and water equipment rentals also available.
Stay a little longer and enjoy more amazing sights, sounds, and experiences with our long-term rentals in Mexico. Our beautiful villas are available for booking for a month or even longer, as well as for short vacations, and come with all the amazing facilities that you could need, including private pools and access to resort amenities such as golf courses, restaurants, and gyms.
There is nothing as luxurious as being pampered, and in our Mexico vacation rentals with staff, you can expect just that. With private chefs, housekeepers, butlers, and more, you can enjoy being taken care of by brilliant staff throughout your stay.