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Sun, sand, sea, and Mayan ruins have played a significant role in the evolution of a quaint fishing village into a renowned resort destination on the Mexican Caribbean coast. Here is what makes Playa del Carmen so special:

  • Originally a tranquil fishing village in Mexico's Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen has now become a popular spot for European tourists while maintaining its laid-back ambiance.
  • While the stunning white sand beaches draw visitors, Playa del Carmen, fondly referred to as "Playa" by locals, offers a plethora of other activities.
  • Delve into the underground cenote systems at Hidden Worlds Family Cenote Adventure Park for swimming, diving, and snorkeling in captivating underwater landscapes.
  • Explore Mayan ruins like those at Playacar in Playa del Carmen, and engage in fishing by renting a boat from the town's port.
  • Take a ferry to Cozumel Island, renowned for diving and snorkeling, a destination endorsed by Jacques Cousteau in the 1960s.
  • Stroll along Fifth Avenue, the city's main pedestrian street, lined with restaurants, bars, clubs, and boutiques, making it the hub of nightlife in Playa del Carmen.
  • With a delightful tropical climate most of the year, averaging 26°C (79°F), Playa del Carmen is perfect for exploring on foot, by "tricycle," or if you prefer, by taxi, car, or scooter for longer distances.
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