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It doesn’t matter how many beaches you’ve been on, when you set foot on the beaches of Cancun, its charms will overpower you. The blue of its crystalline waters will fill you with calm and peace, while the sun recharges you and the spirit of the Cancunenses brightens your life. The turquoise Caribbean coast awaits you, with days of relaxation and nights of partying in the unique style of Quintana Roo. Adventure is waiting, and Cancun has plenty of surprises for you.
No matter whether it’s summer or winter, in Cancun the sun never takes a vacation, so if what you want is a beach, this is the ideal destination for you.
Cancun is one long run of beaches. Over 13 miles, you’ll find 9 public beaches, where you can enjoy the white sand and beautiful blue sea.
Cancun is a part of the Mayan Riviera tourist circuit, which covers 87 miles, from Isla Blanca in the north to Punta Allen in the south.
Cancun houses major historical treasures. On your trip, you’ll find about 10 archaeological sites where you can learn more about Mayan culture.
If you want beach, jungle and Mayan treasures, a few miles north of the island of Cancun you will find Playa del Carmen, an equally charming destination that invites you to lose yourself on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, such as Playa Paamul, Playa Paraíso, Playa Tukan and Playa Mamitas. But in this area you’ll also find typical Yucatan products for sale, such as serapes, pottery and, of course, tequila.
One of the marvelous experiences that Cancun and the Mexican Riviera offers is to swim in a cenote. These majestic natural formations are crystalline water wells supplied by underground rivers, where you can swim, snorkel and dive. All around Cancun you will find more than a dozen of these natural marvels, and there are tours that will take you to visit and enjoy them.
Cancun’s nightlife is only comparable to that of Las Vegas; here you’ll find a mindboggling selection of bars to choose from. Along the Turquoise Coast the party starts early; things start filling up by 10 at night in the Party Center, the nightlife epicenter, where the most famous clubs are gathered, like Coco Bongo, Señor Frog’s, or Mandala Beach. These clubs usually host great shows, and the party goes until the early morning. Get ready to shake your hips.
This is one of Cancun’s main attractions, and one you won’t want to miss on your trip. The main focus of the tour will be the pyramid of Kukulkán, an impressive 90-foot-high mass where you will learn more about the Mayan culture, then discover other areas of the Citadel, such as the Ball Field, the Venus Platform, the Temple of the Warriors and the Sacred Cenote.
The flavor of Cancun is spicy and delicious, and as an example, there are enchiladas quintanarroenses, a recipe based on fried tortillas soaked in a chili sauce with almond and peanut, and filled with shredded chicken, onion and cheese. A delicacy that the locals love and you, after visiting Cancun, will find hard to get out of your head.
Cancun’s hotel district is the epicenter of life there, so you won’t have to move far to find a restaurant that suits your taste and budget, since you’ll find everything here: from fine international dining to small street stalls offering the city’s most typical delicacies so you can "garnacher", as the locals call snacking on street food.
It’s odd, but the chef you have to try on your visit to Cancun is Argentine. Cristian Morales has a unique culinary experience for you, working with local products and a sampling of dishes inspired by pre-Hispanic cuisine. Even if you’ve already visited his restaurant, no problem, because every visit is a new experience, as he changes the 25-plate menu every month.
This is the most emblematic dish for anyone from Cancun and Quintana Roo. This delicacy will drive you mad, after trying it on Isla Mujeres or any of the beaches, so here you’ve got the recipe to relive your journey whenever you want:
If you visit Cancun in November, you absolutely can’t miss the Wine & Food Fest, an event that brings together, on the turquoise coast of the Caribbean, renowned chefs and sommeliers from both the national and international scene, to offer an event with the best of local cuisine and an exclusive selection of spirits and distillations. A unique festival of flavors in the best Mayan Riviera style.
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