Playa del Carmen

This city in the Mexican Caribbean, which until a few years ago was a fishing village, is now a meeting point for people of all ages from around the globe looking to have fun and relax. Here there are good restaurants and bars, you can practice all kind of water sports from diving and kiteboarding to golfing on world class courses.

Diving in reefs.

Plaza Corazón on 5ta Avenida.

Where glamor is around the corner

Visit Fifth Avenue. It is the most famous street in Playa del Carmen. In this pedestrian avenue you will find souvenir shops, handicrafts, fine silver jewelry and exclusive brand items. Playa del Carmen is one of the most popular and important culinary destinations of the Riviera Maya. In the menu you will find from simple tacos and yucatecan specialties to sophisticated dinners with lobster and high end wines.

A city that does not sleep

At night, Fifth Avenue resonates echoes of reggae, rock and salsa as dozens of people prepare to go out on the dance floor. The party ends at very late hours of the night. A modern ferry connects Playa del Carmen with the island of Cozumel, where you can practice scuba diving, snorkeling or visit archaeological sites, ecological parks and cenotes. If you are looking for luxury, south of "Playa", you will find Playacar, a luxury resort with golf courses, all-inclusive resorts and private residences.

Almirante Pech Restaurant

Internacional Jazz Festival

And the stars seem to be closer

Great Mexican and international jazz musicians offer excellent concerts every year in Playa del Carmen. George Benson, Al Dimeola, Fernando Toussaint and Victor Wooten are artists who have performed at the Riviera Maya Jazz Festival, which takes place at the end of November at Playa Mamitas.

Among the Beach festivities are the Carnival in Playa del Carmen, a fun-filled celebration that attracts thousands of tourists; The Feast of the Virgin of Carmen, patron saint of the people, celebrated in July; And the visit to the deceased faithful, during the Día de Muertos festivities, in the cemetery of Playa del Carmen.

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