A long, lovely stretch of sand with lifeguards on duty and deck chairs, umbrellas and tables for rent. There’s no food, but there is an...
Also known as the Templo de Alácran (Scorpion’s Temple), Yamil Lu’um was used between 1200 and 1500, and sits atop a beachside knoll in...
With no parking, this is one of the quieter beaches. Lifeguard on duty and parasailing available. No food but there are stores and...
In general, Hollywood movies are shown in English with Spanish subtitles; however, English-language children’s movies are usually dubbed...
With plastic tables set under little palapa huts on a sandy floor, this is one of the Zona Hotelera's back-to-basics places. Good value...
Blvd Kukulcán · interesting places nearby
Reputed by locals to be Cancún’s best seafood restaurant, Lorenzillo’s gives you 20 separate choices for your lobster presentation, including a taste bud–popping chipotle, plum and tamarind sauce. Facing the lagoon, it’s a wonderful sunset joint.