Make it Mexico for a fabulous beachside holiday to remember

CANCUN has been one of Mexico’s hottest destinations for years because the party never seems to stop.

It is home to an almost endless array of bars, dining venues, and nightclubs each offering a unique guest experience.

The popular resort, which is on the coast of the Yucatan peninsula, is one of Mexico’s leading tourist destinations and the gateway to the resorts in Riviera Maya to the south.

Over the last number of years Cancun has grown significantly in popularity with Irish long haul holidaymakers and is now one of the popular long haul destinations.

Falcon offer 14 nights all-inclusive holiday packages to Cancun which include return non-stop direct flights to Mexico.

Picture perfect beaches, ancient sites and a choice of resorts are just some of the reasons discerning holidaymakers have been returning to Mexico’s Caribbean Coast year after year.

Along the Yucatan Peninsula, purpose built resorts edge tropical beaches while jungle tours and water sport opportunities are easy to come by.

You can also engage in a once in a life time opportunity to swim with dolphins at Xel-Ha, the largest natural aquarium in the world.

The eco-park on the Riviera Maya has created a series of natural underwater habitats and offers visitors the chance to swim with dolphins, stingrays and turtles.

Body paint

On top of all that holidaymakers can also explore Mayan ruins, taste Mexican food and wine and watch cultural shows where dancers perform in brightly coloured body paint.

For those looking to take in some cultural sites, why not visit the ancient settlement of Tulum?

The site was one of the last Mayan cities to be taken over by the Spanish and is set on headland that offers spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.

For a glamorous, urban-style experience on a well-developed beach, Cancun really is the resort to visit. Its strip is famous for high-rise hotels and a vast collection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Dance to authentic Latin sounds as live bands play salsa and merengue at the Grand Mambo Cafe, or visit The City venue which has live shows featuring acrobatics.

Those looking to escape the crowds should head south to the undeveloped shores of Riviera Maya and the upmarket resort of Playacar.

Tulum, an off-the-grid beach town, has a boho vibe and is set on a headland that offers spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.

Dublin to Mexico, Grand Bahia Principe Coba, Riviera Maya, 4*, AI, 14 nights departing June 14 from €1,569 per person sharing.

*USE CODE LH100 to get €100 off per booking.

Visit or call 1850 453545 for bookings and information.



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