A lovely area to walk and find hidden treasures. Everything is close. Take a look inside the grocery store or stop for a bite to eat. During our one week stay in Playa Mujeres, we came twice. Lots of souvenirs to choose from.
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Lovely little downtown, mostly shops, restaurants, cafes catering for tourists. You can walk around El Centro in an hour, or so, but it's worth to take things slowly: stop at the bar, take pictures, have fish tacos, or shop at the beautiful La Sirena, a...More
Beautiful Island. Rent a golf cart to really experience and see the whole Island.Visit the cemetery to see the unbelievable,colorful burial grounds,visit and buy gorgeous jewelery being made by the local women at the Bead Collection right next door to the hospital. Proceeds help the...More
Love the atmosphere. Feels very safe to walk around late at night. All the shops want your attention, and street performers are a nice touch. Lots of restaurants dot the sides, from cheap eats to upscale are mixed in. Love the atmosphere. Eat, drink, buy...More
Wow, so much to see or buy or eat or drink or just people watch. Still very Mexican feel to it, not a bunch of American chain stores. really enjoyable even to visit for a couple hours in the evening after a day at the...More
great food downtown,alot of shops,but i don't like that the people in the stores are always asking you to check out there store it becomes very annoying.
We had a day of wandering around and shopping, the city is a must see. So much culture, food street vendors who by the way make the best fish tacos on the planet.
Every street is packed with stores selling souvenirs. The vendors stop you to ask you to come into their stores. Some of their lines are pretty funny like "Come into my store so I can clean your wallet!". Tons of restaurants as well. It's worth...More
There are lots of very nice craft vendors in this area where you can find beautiful things at reasonable prices. Expect to haggle a little as this is expected by most. The one exception is the Tequila shop called “Don Tequila”. The folks there are...More