Playa Langosta is one of the beaches of the Zona Hotelera from Cancun with public access where you can enjoy its calm turquoise waters and its fine white sand. Cancun has beautiful beaches.

There are two sections differentiated by the type of waves in the zona hotelera from Cancun: one of gentle waves and one of stronger waves. Playa Langosta is located on the stretch of beaches in Cancun where the waters are very calm.

In this section there are public accesses that lead you to Las Perlas, Pez Volador, Langosta, Tortugas and Caracol beaches. These beaches are ideal to go with children, because the waters are very calm. Playa Lobster next to Flying Fish is a very good stretch of beach.

Discover one by one the Cancun beaches

Playa Langosta in Cancun

Playa Lobster in Cancun

Playa Langosta It is known among the residents of Cancun for being where they train the rowers who prepare each year for the Maya Crossing. This is a very popular activity carried out by the company of the Xcaret group.

Cancun's canoeists train at Langosta Beach to prepare for the challenge of crossing in a wooden canoe from Xcaret Park to Cozumel Island, and return the next day. Two arduous days where the union with the group and the effort takes them to their limits. During the 6 months they train, you will see the boats parked on the beach.

Playa Langosta Cancun

Services on the public beach Cancun

On the beach stretches with public accesses rent umbrellas, chairs and lounge chairs for the comfort of the visitor. There is public parking and shower and toilet services. Parking on weekends fills up fast.

Street vendors are another plus on Mexican beaches, where someone always passes by selling a juice, a fruit. kibis o junk food like bags of potatoes, soda soda.

Remember to collect all the garbage you generate, that our only footprint is our footsteps. Awareness of caring for the planet makes us no doubt better. There are trash cans on public beaches.

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Stroll along the beach of Cancun

From Playa Langosta You can walk about 500 meters to another beach gem, known as Pez Volador. Remember that you can walk along the coastal strip of Zona Hotelera from Cancun although almost the entire sea line is occupied by hotels and private residential areas.

What you can't do is use the hotel facilities, but you can take a good walk along the coast.

Playa Langosta Cancun
Playa Langosta
Playa Langosta

Water sports beaches Cancun

The beaches of Cancun They offer many opportunities to practice water sports. There are several yacht clubs both on the beach and in the lagoon that offer kayaking, paddle boarding, windsurfing, parasailing, wake up, beach volleyball, sailing boats.

The beaches of Cancun and in general throughout the Mexican Caribbean are a paradise to practice this type of water sports. And of course it is one of the mecca of diving internationally. In Cancun we took the diving course, diving is one of the best things I've done in my life 🙂

Playa Langosta

I am a beach person, not to lie down like a lizard in the sun, but to walk in front of the sea, swim or take the excuse to go there by bike.

To live where people come to vacation you have to know how to take advantage of it. Visitors know little about this public beach, residents have an advantage in knowing those good detours and corners of this paradise. Playa Langosta is one of them, I hope you enjoy your vacation in Cancun.

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LOCATION: Playa Langosta kilometer 4,5 of Boulevard Kukulcán, in the Zona Hotelera from Cancun. SERVICES: there are toilets and showers, palapas and parking gratuitous. It fills up fast on weekends. HOW TO GET IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? The bus of the 27 Route, 1 Route and 2 Route, circulates through Zona Hotelera, stop at this beach.

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Sandra Salvadó Training photographer, traveler by vocation and certified tourism guide by the Government of Mexico. We promote natural wonders and contemporary Mayan culture. Great fan of pre-Hispanic history. Author of the blog and co-founder of The Shortest Path Travel, agency that guides you through alternative paths in Mayan lands. Social and sustainable tourism in the Yucatan Peninsula and Chiapas.
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