With thousands of miles of coastline, Mexico offers everything one might need within the approach of ocean-living, relaxing, exploring and water sports. Mexico’s coasts have long been the playground of international tourists: Some coasts as Puerto Vallarta may not be well known like Cancún or Acapulco, but it’s one of the least-touched coastlines in Mexico. Forested mountains, silky sands, jungly lagoons and torpid villages, its beaches scattered with makeshift bars and studded with palms, are completed by heart-melting sunsets and a rich array of freshly caught seafood. The ocean, too, offers something for almost everyone, from radical surf breaks to sheltered swimming holes, island escapes to party cruises.From soft, mild breezes over hot brilliant sand, lapped by light waves, to roaring and pounding surf, thrashing against the black igneous rock, and from misty and mystical jungles to high, sheer cliffs, all give opportunities for brand new experiences and finding completely different personalities of this brilliant country.Traveling with children seems like having no fun during the stay, no more spa days, poolside cocktails, and late-night party on vacation. However, there are also family-friendly resorts in Mexico that keep both adults and small ones happy, due to options like kids’ clubs, sports activities, and children’s pools additionally as elegant spas selected adults-only areas, and fine dining options. Some properties even provide baby-friendly amenities like cribs, toys, car seats.