Isla Mujeres Turtle Farm
This story behind the hacienda, 4km south of town, is perhaps more intriguing than the ruins that remain. A 19th-century slave trader...
Museo Capitán Dulché
And you thought Isla Mujeres had no culture. Here you not only get a maritime museum detailing the island's naval history but there's...
About 5km south of town and the southernmost point served by local buses, this beach is less attractive than Playa Norte, but it...
Hidden away in the ferry terminal parking lot, this affordable, mornings-only taco stand keeps locals happy with its lechón (suckling...
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Isla Mujeres Turtle Farm information
In the 1980s, efforts by a local fisherman led to the founding of the Isla Mujeres Turtle Farm , 5km south of town, which protects the turtles’ breeding grounds and places wire cages around their eggs to protect against predators.