Just a short ferry ride from Playa del Carmen, Heaven located on the island of Cozumel is a real paradise of colors, clear waters, wildlife and natural beauty. Its beauty really lives up to its name. Located in the south of the island, it is known to be the most beautiful beach in Cozumel and being a natural ecological reserve. The intensity of its colors will leave you truly amazed.
The beach located at 28th Street and the federal maritime zone in the heart of Playa del Carmen is perhaps and by far the best known of all. Since its beach clubs to music festivals are organized here as BPM, make it the busiest beach and visited by Europeans, Americans, South Americans and domestic tourists. It is a cosmopolitan beach and one of the symbols of Playa del Carmen. With its turquoise waters and white sands, it is a place full of music, sun and good atmosphere, besides being the must for tourists visiting Playa del Carmen site.
Just 30 minutes south of Playa del Carmen, Xcacel is a crystal clear bay and a beach of fine sand ivory. Surrounded by mangroves, a natural cenote, and abundant vegetation is known to be a natural sanctuary for sea turtles. Every year you can observe species Loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and green (Chelonia mydas) lay their eggs on its shores. It is a heavenly place you can not miss.
It is located just 25 minutes south of Playa del Carmen. It is a quiet calm surf beach; like a huge crystal blue pool ideal for snorkeling. Akumal is known for its swimming with giant sea turtles, stingrays, fish and coral reef. Simply introduce 20 meters in calm waters to enjoy one of the most powerful experiences you can have.
One of the secret beaches and local hangouts of the Riviera Maya is Xpu Ha beach. Located just south of Puerto Aventuras, Xpu Ha is a delight for beach lovers looking for that Caribbean post card scene. Wade out into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean and be swept away by the freedom of the sea. Beachside restaurants offer fresh fish tacos and ice cold beer making Xpu Ha beach an easy place to put your beach chair for the day.