Vacation Ownership

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Riviera Maya Vacations at Villa del Palmar Cancun

Is a relaxing vacation with your family something you have been dreaming of lately? If you have, then why not visit Cancun, Mexico? Cancun is one of Mexico’s most popular destinations because of its beautiful beaches, rich culture, wonderful weather, and delicious food. Cancun can be found in the Riviera […]

Family beach vacation to Cabo San Lucas Mexico

Dream Vacation to Cabo

In the States and Canada the chilly days of fall are starting to arrive, but in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico the weather is simply wonderful. Located on the southern tip of Baja California Sur peninsula is where you will find Cabo San Lucas. It’s a beautiful coastal town and a […]

Day of the dead skulls and marigold flowers

Visit Mexico for Day of the Dead!

Did you know that Day of the Dead (Día de muertos) is a very important festivity celebrated on November 2nd? In Puerto Vallarta and all across Mexico, Day of the Dead is a holiday that honors those who have passed on before us. Meanwhile, read more below about why you […]

Timeshare Ownership in Mexico: Is It a Good Buy?

Some timeshares may have earned an unfavorable reputation in the past, if you select a reputable company like the Villa Group it is an excellent investment. Timeshare ownership in Mexico gives owners the right to use their timeshare unit for one or multiple weeks each year. To join a timeshare […]

Why Have a Destination Wedding in Mexico?

While it is an exciting and magical time in one’s life, planning a wedding can actually be difficult and a lot of work. There are so many things you will need to think about such as where you want to have your wedding, what you want to wear, who you […]

Dream Vacations at The Villa Group Resorts

Did you know that one of the most prestigious and award-winning providers in Mexico is the Villa Group? In fact, we are proud to be one of the most popular resort providers for travelers. Our Villa Group partners initially invested in Villa del Mar in Puerto Vallarta, then a bit […]