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We were 7 friends visiting from Montreal Canada. We had a great day, the ocean was clean and warm. The beach was very clean. We were hassled a lot by local traders trying to sell us things, we just said no and they went away
This is Merida's go-to beach, and it's full of restaurants, shops, and tourists. You can get a massage on the beach, buy sunglasses for $5, drink your mojitos staring into the emerald and azure waters, and have a very nice time. It's a little touristy...More
Once you arrive at port, you must take a bus to get to the beach. The bus will drop you off at a shopping area, then you can walk to the beach. You will get hassled none stop by people trying to sell you anything!...More
Spent four days lazing on the beach. Food was very good to excellent at various restaurants. Staff at all restaurants were very friendly and professional. Nightlife on the beach was excellent with good music, dancing and excellent food
Hay muchos restaurantes alrededor de la playa. Lugares para tomarse una michelada o pina colada. Tambien hay un Oxxo cercas por si uno quiere solo unas botanas y una cerveza de lata para tomar en la playa.
Beautiful beach! More pretty than I imagined it'd...More
An excellent beach all the way! The place is very calm and awesome due to its natural beauty.
Very clean, secure and well kept.
While enjoying the beach taste some of the great fruits, beer or Kibi offers that fine people offer.
Very authentic. Do not stop at first restaurant at the beach. Keep walking down the beach and prices get cut in half with better service. Just keep on walking and it gets better. Places up front are extremely overpriced. Overall we enjoyed Progreso.
We took the shuttle from the port into town to just see what there was to see. The bus stop is 4 blocks from the beach. As soon as you get off the bus there are small shops trying to sell you t-shirts, clothes, tequila,...More