At Lóleo Eventos, Zona Hotelera From Cancun there are several very well signposted public accesses to the different beaches. The beach known as Pez Volador is an excellent beach without directions, a haven of calm in Cancun.

In the city of Cancun, kilometer zero of Boulevard Kukulcán is born, the coastal highway that runs for more than 24 kilometers along the Zona Hotelera from the city of Cancun. In this area we find the best beaches in Cancun, those that fall in love with their turquoise sea blue colors and their fine white sand.


Public access in Cancun to Playa Pez Volador

The different public accesses to the beaches of the zona hotelera from Cancun are perfectly indicated: Playa Delfines, Ballenas (this access is not well indicated), Marlin, Chac Mool, Gaviota Azul, Caracol, Tortugas, Langosta, Playa Linda and Las Perlas.

Public access to the unknown Flying Fish Beach (or Casa Maya beach) goes very unnoticed, and this has its advantages.

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Access to the beach is not indicated on the road, it is right in front of the huge Mexican flag of the 5 kilometer from Boulevard Kukulcán. There is no public parking, but there is a good place to park the car. On the side of the hotels Mayan House, one of the most emblematic of the area, the access remains open from 6 to 18 daily hours. This road takes you to a corner of the beach of meek waters.


What to expect from the Flying Fish beach

Flying Fish is a small beach, probably the least known next to Playa Nizuc, on the other side of Kukulcán Boulevard. If you have the opportunity to make a little escape during the week, it will be almost your private beach.

If you go on a weekend and you meet people, try skirting the coast to your right looking at the sea: this small path leads you to the Riu hotels (well known for the hole in their façade). Just before the first Riu hotel, There is another beautiful beach where you can enjoy the sea in solitude.

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Beach previous to the Riu hotels

Services Flying Fish Beach

In this beach there are no services of bathrooms and showers, it is one of the few that does not have the basic services of the public beaches of Cancun. Yes there are trash cans, so remember to deposit your trash tightly in bags. There is also no restaurant they do not offer lounge services, so as you can see it is the most natural beach in this area of ​​Cancun.

Street vendors pass along the coast with souvenirs for tourists, and some with soft drinks and food. I recommend that you take your water with you in case the street vendors do not pass that day. And an umbrella to cover you from the harsh sun if you are going to spend a long time on the beach, the sought-after shadows of the tree fill up quickly in Pez Volador.

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Flying Fish Beach is my beach in CancunI say this because when I went to the beach alone I always chose Flying Fish. bike ride from where she lived, bath, a walk and back home, therapies that one gives?

Enjoy the crystal clear waters and the landscape, these blues are entangled in one and do not leave you in life. Although Cancun is a place I never loved to live, it has been a luxury to take advantage of all the advantages offered by the place to enjoy. And the Caribbean Sea is priceless.

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LOCATION: Flying Fish Beach kilometer 5 of Boulevard Kukulcán, in the Zona Hotelera from Cancun. Where the huge Mexican flag.
SERVICES: there is no service. The parking It is free and free will in an area enabled next to the access.
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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