Isla Mujeres

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  • 1. Isla Mujeres Underwater Museum


    Combining art and nature, sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor ( ) has created "underwater museums" off the shores of...Read More

  • 2. Playa Norte


    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...Read More

  • 3. Captain Ricardo Gaitan


    A local Isla Contoy expert, Captain Ricardo Gaitan also provides an excellent tour for large groups (6–20 people) aboard his 36-foot boat Estrella...Read More

  • 4. El Cementerio


    Isla's cemetery is on Avenida López Mateos, the road that runs parallel to Playa Norte. Many of the century-old gravestones are covered with...Read More

  • 5. El Garrafón National Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Despite the widely-publicized "Garrafón Reef Restoration Program," much of the coral at this national marine park is dead—the result of hurricanes...Read More

  • 6. El Malecón


    To enjoy the drama of Isla's eastern shore while soaking up some rays, stroll along this 1½-km-long (1-mile-long) boardwalk. It runs from Half...Read More

  • 7. Iglesia de Concepción Inmaculada

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    In 1890 local fishermen landed at a deserted colonial settlement known as Ecab, where they found three identical statues of the Virgin Mary...Read More

  • 8. Laguna Makax

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    Pirates are said to have anchored their ships in this lagoon while waiting to ambush hapless vessels crossing the Spanish Main. Today it houses...Read More

  • 9. Museum Capitán Dulché


    The island's only museum gives a glimpse into the life of famed ocean explorers Ramón Bravo, Jacques Cousteau, and Captain Ernesto Dulché Escalante...Read More

  • 10. Playa Lancheros


    On the western side of the island, this stretch between Laguna Makax and El Garrafón National Park is a popular spot with an open-air restaurant...Read More

  • 11. Playa Tiburón


    Like Playa Lancheros, this beach on the west side of the island faces Bahía de Mujeres, so the water is exceptionally calm. Once a respite from...Read More

  • 12. Tortugranja

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    This scientific station, run by the Mexican government in partnership with private funding, works to conserve the endangered sea turtle. You...Read More

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