Water sports on the Riviera Maya: sailing, windsurfing and catamaraning on the beaches of Mexico

On your trip to the Mexican Caribbean, you can enjoy water sports and activities on one of the Riviera Maya’s most spectacular beaches.

Nothing beats a beach vacation to a place like Mexico for doing and enjoying the best water sports on the Riviera Maya. The Barceló Maya Grand Resort is the perfect place to stay if you are seeking water sports on your vacation: windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, diving and even learning to drive a catamaran. Enjoy the weather in the Mexican Caribbean, a good choice if you love the sun, surf and water sports. The hotel also offers individual and group lessons, and an infinite list of activities. Who said there was no time for sports on vacation?

Need more inspiration to find the perfect vacation?

Related stories

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR DESTINATIONS
Find your trip
Step 1.Choose your DESTINATION
Back
Riviera Maya Mexico
Mexico Pacific Coast
Dominican Republic
Costa Rica
City Hotels
Aruba
Step 2.Choose the BLOGGER that inspires you
Forward
Lilia Cortés
Mel Vanderluis
Emitaz
Justin Kalani Burbage
Gabriela @gabbysmac
Shanger Danger
Tracy Komlos
Gerardo Sandoval
The Hippie Nerd
Away Lands
Hopscotch the Globe
Cara Jourdan
Dawilda González
Fashion Coolture
Tour de Lust
Lauren Beeston
Valery Dolgova
Be My Travel Muse
Kelley Ferro
Chata de Galocha!
Trop Rouge
Paulo del Valle
The Bold Brunette
The Blonde Abroad
Patty Cascar
Bárbara de Robles
Marina Pumar
Ariana Lauren – Fashion Born
Courtney Scott
Deborah Karter
Travel in her shoes
Helen Blandino
Daniel Ocean
Find Us Lost
Cobian Dewey
Lisa Homsy
Mariel de viaje
Christian LeBlanc
Anastasia Rystova
The Melideos
Danny McGee
Just Lia
Andie Fitzgerald
Fernanda Bonilla
Brooklyn Hawaii
That Backpacker
misshedwig
The Broken Bread
Maujl
Global Girl Travels
The Blonde Vagabond
Marcelle de Moya
Kevin Eassa
Morgan Oliver-Allen
Vitor Liberato
Alex Lettrich
Sofía Lascurain
Zoelaz
Ricardo @ricgm
Kick the Grind
María Philibert
Moda Capital
Kate Rentz
Giamportone’s
Thiago Correa
Up