Urban beach with a relaxed lifestyle

Cancún is one of Mexico’s most popular destinations. Sugar white sands set along crystal clear waters make it easy to effortlessly spend the day relaxing. Situated on the corner of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancún serves as a gateway for exploring ancient Mayan civilizations through its ruins and archaeological sites.

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Top Things to Do


Cancún is recognized worldwide for its spectacular beaches of fine white sand, its fascinating turquoise blue sea and unparalleled weather, as well as excellent air and land connectivity, and a first-class hotel infrastructure that places it as one of the best destinations tourist in the world thanks to everything it offers to its visitors: Outdoor activities, adventure tourism, archeological sites, Mayan culture and history, a variety of gastronomic experiences, spectacular shopping centers, and seductive entertainment offers. For a list of beaches, click here.


Explore the depths of the Caribbean Sea and discover all the natural wonders that inhabit it, visit sunken ships or tour an underwater museum, you will not be surprised by everything your eyes will see. MUSA, the Underwater Museum of Art, is located in the National Marine Park of Cancún and Isla Mujeres. It has more than 500 sculptures installed on the seabed distributed in three galleries: Manchones Gallery, in Isla Mujeres where the sculptures are located 8 meters. (26 ft.) Deep; Punta Nizuc Gallery and Punta Sam Gallery, both in Cancun, with sculptures at a depth of 4 meters. (13 ft.). For a list of places to dive, click here.

Jungle Tour

Drive a speedboat through the channels of the Nichupté Lagoon and admire the majesty of the mangroves until you reach Punta Nizuc where you can snorkel and admire the reefs with colourful fish and other types of marine life. A tour you can’t miss when visiting Cancún!


There are fantastic opportunities for fishing in Cancún. The amazing fish found here are due to the nutrient-rich waters found in the reefs in and around Cancún. You can commission private and group charters and they will provide you with all you need such as rods, tackle, bait, licenses, and lunch. For more information, click here. 

Mayan Culture and Archeological Sites

Cancún has a privileged location and close to some of the most impressive archeological areas of the Mexican Caribbean (Tulum and Cobá), but it also has its own archeological sites, which will allow you to enter the fascinating world of this millenary culture. For more information, click here.

Playa Delfines Photographic Parador

You cannot leave Cancún without having taken a photo in our famous viewpoint, where you will have the best background, the imposing Caribbean Sea. It will undoubtedly be the best image you take of our paradise!

Mercado 28

Located in the center of the city, Market 28 is a true icon of the city of Cancún. Here you can find an immense amount of Mexican souvenirs and handicrafts, also has typical food restaurants with a very good atmosphere.

Palapas Park

Spend a day as a Cancunense at Palapas Park. Located in the heart of the city, just a few blocks from Mercado 28, you can eat Mexican snacks, buy a snow cone to relieve heat, buy crafts and watch a public show or musical groups. Be sure to try the delicious marquesitas, a kind of rolled cream that is usually filled with ball cheese. A typical appetizer of the region.

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