North America > Mexico > Pacific Coast (Mexico)

The Pacific Coast is the southwestern rim of Mexico.

Part of this coast, roughly from Puerto Vallarta in the north to Acapulco in the south, is highly developed. It has the country's largest concentration of beach resorts, is promoted as the Mexican Riviera, and gets millions of visitors a year. However, much of the beach traffic has moved on to the Yucatán Peninsula.


Regions of Mexican Pacific Coast
  Colima (state)
  Oaxaca (state)


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The Wikivoyage article on Mexico has general information on getting into the country, although it is also possible to get to the Coast by car from Mexico City.

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