Mayan Palace Beach is truly the pinnacle of a beautiful and luxurious ocean side vacation, just outside of Rocky Point, Mexico. Whether you are looking for a relaxing beach getaway, an upscale resort experience, or a chance to interact with local wildlife, the Mayan Palace Rocky Point Beach is a must-visit on your expedition to Rocky Point!
Along the shore of Mayan Palace Beach is the Mayan Palace resort. The Mayan Palace resort will appeal to those with even the most refined taste, and all of the amenities one would expect to find in a premier resort. Within its walls, the resort has a links-style Jack Nicklaus design golf course, recently built in 2005. It has two hard tennis courts, a 300-foot outdoor swimming pool, and an additional indoor heated pool. Perhaps the gem of the Mayan Palace resort is its 2-mile stretch of pristine beach, untouched by the overabundance of tourism that affects the other beaches in the area. You can end your day by dining in one of the resort’s three bars and restaurants.
Vacations are About the Food
When you take a moment to think about your last vacation, what pops into your mind? For many of us, it is those meals that were so uniquely a taste of where we visited: crepes in Paris, shrimp and grits in Georgia, fresh farm grown and produced Pennsylvania Dutch meals in Ohio. Long after this vacation at the Mayan Palace Beach in your FMI Rentals resort home has ended, you are going to remember your dinners here. Traditional Mexican dinners served at Puesta Del Sol, found at Bella Vista, 83553 Puerto Peñasco, consisting of spicy chicken poblano and beach views, hearty breakfasts complete with Bloody Mary’s at Max’s Café at Bella Vista, nights you spend living it up at JJs Cantina at Bahía la Choya. Trust us, your Rocky Point vacation promises to be a memorable one!
Explore the Beach
Long summer days spent relaxing on colorful beach towels under the bright rays of the sun as your children giggle and frolic in the waters of the Sea of Cortez with sunburned noses and crazy beach hair are in your future. A Rocky Point vacation in a FMI Rentals beach cottage on Mayan Palace Beach is about as close to perfect as you can get!
But what if you forget your swimsuit? Are you doomed to spend your entire trip on the sidelines watching everyone else have a great time? Of course not! Surforever has everything you need for the beach, including swimsuits, sunglasses, and sunscreen, should you have forgotten yours!
Sunsets over the water are always glorious, but a south of the border sunset over the Sea of Cortez is beyond spectacular! Enjoy it on the beach with your kids and family, or from the patio of your cottage with a glass of wine; Licores Don Antonio at Benito Juárez has a small selection of wine and alcohol, if you weren’t prepared with your own.
Even if your journey to Mayan Palace Beach does not include a stay at the fabulous resort, the beach itself has a wide variety of activities that are sure to occupy you. Located in the La Pinta Estuary, Mayan Palace Rocky Point Beach is a wonderful place to observe local wildlife that thrives in this area. There is an abundance of sea creatures that you can observe while snorkeling in the waters, or you can wait for the tide to roll out and explore the tide pools along the shore. The warm sand is perfect for building sand castles along the coast, and the biodiversity of the estuary makes it an ideal place to find large, beautiful sea shells. The Mayan Palace Beach should be on your list on your next trip to Rocky Point, Mexico!
Vacations are About Adventure
Some people live life in the hot seat always trying, always daring, and if this is you, your Mayan Palace Beach adventures are just beginning! Take a fun filled ride on the banana boats you can find at every beach in town; just wave down “the guy,” pay your pesos, and hop aboard! Kitesurfing is another exhilarating adventure not meant for the timid. The great people at Rocky Point Kitesurfing will take care of all your needs; check out what they have to offer at www.rockypointkitesurfing.com!
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