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Mexico City lies in the valley of Mexico at an altitude of 2,240 metres.
Due to its position in the valley, the city island locked and therefore does not have any beaches. There are, however, some amazing beaches like Tecolutla Beach and Acapulco Beach which are little far away from the city but definitely worth the trip to enjoy the best of Mexico's sun and sand.
Alternatively, you can visit a theme parks offering outdoor activities, water sports etc.
Tecolutla is a seaside town located in the vicinity of the Mexico City, and Tecolutla beach happens to be the closest beach from Mexico City, at 322 kms. The beach area is 15km wide stretch and the waters here are generally warm and welcoming. The beach has many hotels and restaurants around it so you have a lot more to do than just lounging in the sand.
The Tecolutla is a seaside town situated in the vicinity of the Mexico City, and the Tecolutla beach happens to be the closest beach from it. The economy of this town is mostly based on tourism related businesses and activities. The beach area is almost 15 km wide and the waters here are generally gentle and warm. The beach has many hotels and restaurants around, for the convenience of the visitors.
Acapulco Beach is the largest beach in Mexico and is also one of the closer beaches to Mexico City. The beach is approximately 400km from Mexico City and it takes about 5-hours to get here by car. The city of Acapulco is famous for its beach resorts, and attracts tourists throughout the year. This city was once the haunt of many well-known celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor, Clint Eastwood and astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Acapulco's happening nightlife is another attraction for the many holiday goers that visit here.