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cozy beach. pretty small . not the finest water but I liked that you could sit on the sand and order both food and drink. other places at the hotel zone is not possible. we only went here once. would definitely go back
They are all public beaches in Mexico. This was next to our hotel. There was a bit if seaweed but they were cleaning it every day and it wasn't in the water. The ferry for isla mujeres goes from here. It's worth a visit but...More
Playa Tortugas was one of the most attractive beaches that I explored on this stretch of coastline in the State of Quintana Roo. The sand was ultra-soft, the water a translucent shade of aquamarine and the conditions balmy and softly seductive. We whiled away a...More
Great stroll along the beach on the north side of the Hotel Zone. Walk from there along the beach heading east. Beautiful sand. Calm waters. Actually some very good snorkeling just from the beach. Very few people. Playa Tortugas itself is a ferry stop. There...More
Playa Tortuga is a must stop. Not only does it have the shuttle to Isla Mujeres, it's the launching point for the Sun Cruise Island tour which is also one of my favorite things to do (Shout out to Carlos that works on the island!)....More
Very nice beach. It’s a public beach. Very refreshing to see the local people enjoying the beach too. Hardly any waves and water is cool. Perfect on hot days.
Spent most of my time at the Tortugas Beach Mexican restaurant. The best ceviche I’ve ever...More
It's a nice beach with calm and clear water, fine sand and nice view; however it is small and packed of people, you can see a lot of garbage in the sand and it smell like beer because the 2 bars at the entrance. I...More
Took the bus to the beach after lunch and found it pleasant. Water not clear, drops off quickly, sand was soft and beige, beach vendors present to buy snacks from. There were also vendors nearby for souvenirs, etc., and tour guide companies. Not a lot...More