Ochenta y Dos
Urban B&B in heart of Merida
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Mexico has some dynamic and world class cities and some of the world's best beaches. For gay and lesbian travelers the choices are endless from the one of the world's biggest cities with a gay scene to match to the biggest gay beach scene in the Americas in Puerto Vallarta and so much more.
There are two primary destinations of interest to LGBT travelers in Oaxaca State: the pretty colonial city of Oaxaca with its active gay nightlife and the laid back beach town of Zipolite where the nude beach is the principle draw. Other destinations include Huatalco and Jutchitlan.
La capital del estado de Yucatán, Merida, tiene un mundillo gay vibrante. El ambiente de la ciudad es colonial y el clima es tropical. Y se encuentra cerca de los sitios turísticos como las ruinas Mayas de Chichén Itzá y tambien las playas famosas de la Riviera Maya como Cancún.
Jalisco state has three great destinations for LGBT travelers to explore. Guadalajara is Mexico's second city and rivals even the capital for gay life and entertainment. Puerto Vallarta is the beach resort famous for its gay nightlife and gay beach. Ajijic on Lake Chapala is an emerging destination popular with LGBT artists and retirees.
Mexico City is one of the world's biggest and most exciting cities and has a gay scene to match with a wide variety of bars, discos, restaurants and a vibrant street scene.
The city continues outside the Federal District in the State of Mexico which has a fair number of LGBT places as well. A little further afield the neighboring state of Morelos has some great destinations for LGBT travelers such as Cuernavaca and Tepoztlán.
From the hectic streets of Tijuana to the quiet beaches of the south, the Baja California peninsula is split up into two states, Baja California (the Northern part) and Baja California Sur (the southern part). Separating them are not only hundreds of miles of desert but completely different vibes. Tijuana and Mexicali are bustling busy cities which take advantage of their border locations and have a gritty urban feel. As you go south things slow down substantially, perking up a little again in La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur.
The destinations above have just scratched the surface of what Mexico has to offer. Central Mexico offers a wealth of beautiful vibrant colonial cities such as Guanajuato, Pueblo or Morelia. Northern Mexico has the modern city of commerce and industry of Monterrey, the cowboy culture of Chihuahua, Durango and Coahuila and the dramatic landscapes of the Copper Canyon. Other destinations on the Pacific coast include Mazatlan and Acapulco. On the gulf coast, Veracruz. Check out the links below or browse the full map to find the location you're looking for.