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Now Is The Time For You To Know The Truth About Tulum Mexico Beach

Tulum Mexico Beach

Tulum - is three in one: the city, the ruins, and beaches, or rather, it is all - three different Tulum. About the city, in fact, nothing to write - one central street, dotted with small hotels, shops and restaurants, cafes. Leaving a little to the side - the village-village. About the pyramids of Tulum.

Tulum is not a chic bustling resort with huge five-star hotels like Cancun and not even a crowded provincial Playa del Carmen. Tulum - this is a long, almost deserted beaches, where you feel like a grain of sand among the riot of nature. We managed to see only a small part of them, and even then, apparently, not the best, but we managed to get some idea.

All the beaches of Tulum are public, many have unhindered access from the road that runs along the coast from the ruins to the Sian-Ka'an Nature Reserve. However, many of them can only be accessed through private land or beach clubs.

All the beaches of Tulum are public, many have unhindered access from the road that runs along the coast from the ruins to the Sian-Ka'an Nature Reserve. However, many of them can only be accessed through private land or beach clubs.

Tulum beaches

On the very first day, as soon as we and Andrews arrived in the city of Tulum and settled into the hotel, we set off to get acquainted with the beaches. Why waste time in vain, right? Especially since there was too little of it. We started from the very beginning, that is, we got on a minibus, and then walked to the archaeological complex, and from there we walked to the right. Soon came to the first, the so-called city beach of Santa Fe (Playa Santa Fe).

This beach has become a point of reference. For the next few hours, we managed to walk along the sea to Avenue Coba Sur, which we headed back to the city.

TULUM MEXICO BEACH


There are several Tulum Mexico beach on this short stretch:

• Santa Fe Beach (Playa Santa Fe)

• Beach Pescadito (Playa Pescadito)

• Maya Beach (Playa Maya)

• Esperanza Beach (Playa Esperanza)

• Paraiso Beach (Playa Paraiso)

• Boca Beach (Playa Boca)

• Las Palmas Beach (Playa Las Palmas)

• Condesa Beach (Playa Condesa)

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