Great beaches are all around us. Go Explore.
The MesoAmerican reef, the 2nd longest on earth, comes in close to many of the beaches, therefore some of the entrances to the water can be rocky, so bring reef shoes.
In general, the rockier a beach is, the better chance for good snorkeling.
Many of the beaches have an outer reef, so the water will be calmer. For those that do not and are fully open to the ocean, occasionally there can be some undertow. So before you venture out into the water, please check.
Most beaches do not have monitoring.
Most beaches have a charge now for access. The charge may be direct at the road entrance, or could be a local restaurant or day club.
While all beaches in Mexico are federal property; some may be more difficult to access than others.
Most of the beaches now have some level of development, i.e. houses, and resorts, but there will always be a public access point.
Never leave valuables out on display in the car or the beach. Leave valuables at home or in the car’s trunk.