North Beach is easy to find: simply head north on any of the north–south streets in town until you hit it. The turquoise sea is as calm as a lake here, though developers have built along most of the coast. The small cove between Mia Reef Resort and the Caribbean is the nicest section. Relatively shallow, the water flows directly from the open sea, so it's clean and good for snorkeling; tour guides often lure the fish with food. A food or drink purchase from Cafe del
Mar gives you access to beach beds and changing facilities at Privilege Aluxes Resort. Alternately, you can enjoy a libation at one of the palapa bars where wooden swings take the place of bar stools; Buho's is especially popular, as M$60 lounge chairs and M$200 beach beds come with a free drink ticket. At Sunset Grill, lounge chairs, umbrellas, towels, toilets, and showers are included when you spend M$300 on food or drink. Amenities: food and drink; showers; toilets. Best for: snorkeling; sunset; swimming.
Calle Zazcil-Há, along the northern end of the island, just before Mia Reef Resort, Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, 77400, Mexico