Playa Norte is without a doubt the best beach on Isla Mujeres, one of the most beautiful in the Mexican Caribbean. This crystal-clear pool will make anyone fall in love. The sunsets from the beach are spectacular.

Playa Norte is worth the day in Isla Mujeres, the place is wonderful. A large natural pool with crystal clear waters surrounds the beautiful creamy white sand beach.

On the sand palm trees alternate with restaurants and lounge chairs. The beach is fully accommodated for the tourist, without making it a crowded place. Well, in peak season like Christmas, Easter and August is full of people.

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North Beach in Isla Mujeres

Playa Norte has been considered by several travel magazines as one of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Its calm crystalline waters make the sea look like a huge pool. Its shallow depth is another factor to go with family with children. Playa Norte is one of those beaches that you walk and walk towards the horizon and you never sink.

Feeling under the blue of the sky in a natural pool is wonderful. Being in beautiful places makes us smile, has a good effect on us, these Caribbean waters make you happy.

Do you want to meet others beaches in Cancun What will make you happy?

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Sunset on North Beach of Isla Mujeres

Perhaps the most exciting moment of lights and colors of the day is the sunset in Playa Norte. The view leads you to a Cancun that seems far away, from another world. When the sun goes down, the big orange ball turns the sea of ​​mercury color, with glistening grays that relax your head. As you can see, the visit to North Beach is totally therapeutic 😉

Playa Norte is considered among the best Mexican Caribbean beaches

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How to get to Playa Norte

Playa Norte is just a few meters away from the Isla Mujeres ferry terminals. As you leave the ferry terminal you must take a left and follow the boardwalk.

Arriving by ferry is very easy from Cancun: the terminals are in the zona hotelera and in Puerto Cancun. The good thing is that nothing prevents you from watching the sunset, the ferry schedule is until 12 at night.

Isla Mujeres, North Beach

Services in Playa Norte

Several restaurants and areas bunks (sun loungers) along the beach. The food and beverage services They are offered in the lounge chairs. A very cold chela on the beach, a juice or a margarita is something we all want to try.

There is no shortage of street vendors with food and souvenirs, and musicians who offer their art. There is no Mexico without music on the street, that's right 🙂

North Beach Isla Mujeres
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North Beach It is a place where I have gone with many people that I love very much, and this makes it even more one of the most special places for me. For years we lived in front of Isla Mujeres, 8 kilometers separated us by sea from this incredible beach.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do the island. There are other beaches on Isla Mujeres, but none prettier than this corner of the island.

LOCATION: North Beach is Isla Mujeres. From the maritime terminal you must walk to the left for 400 meters. Walk the entire beach, it is about 1000 meters, so you better choose where to stay.
HOW TO GO TO ISLA MUJERES ?: Isla Mujeres is reached by ferry (20 minutes) from the Zona Hotelera from Cancun, or from the Puerto Juarez. I leave you this link How to get to Isla Mujeres by ferry.
FERRIE PRICE: 300 mxn the round trip (round trip)
HOW TO VISIT ISLA MUJERES? Many opt for the rental of a golf cart, motorcycle or bicycle. Another prefer to do it in excursion by boat, which include snorkeling. Another choose to simply spend the day at Playa Norte.

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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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