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Camping en la playa

Where beauty meets culture
With its beautiful turquoise seas, powdery white sand beaches, and vibrant coral reefs, it's no surprise that Cancun is one of the most popular tourist areas in Mexico.

Hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and nightclubs line both sides of Boulevard Kukulkan, known as the Hotel Zone, which runs down the middle of the 15-mile-long sandbar. This is where you'll find many of the city's all-inclusive hotels that cater to families on vacation or couples on their honeymoon and everything in between. As you get closer to the city center, "El Centro", you will see a more local side of life, dotted with markets and traditional restaurants, as well as quality business class hotels and hostels.

Although Mexico boasts a stunning 6,200-mile-long coastline, Cancun and its 10 Blue Flag beaches continue to rank as one of the most popular places for a beach vacation in the country. With most properties in the Hotel Zone located on their own private stretch of sand, visitors can enjoy ocean views from their own balconies. When you're ready for that next refreshing drink while enjoying the Cancun sun. On the Caribbean side of the Hotel Zone, you'll find publicly accessible beaches like Playa Gaviota Azul—known to locals as Playa Forum—while to the far south, Playa Delfines is a great option for people looking for moderate to intense waves. . On this beach you will find a well-known photographic hostel.

Things to do
Cancun is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers as there are so many things to do. Dive or snorkel in the region's mystical nearby cenotes (limestone sinkholes), or enjoy the day at the beach, jet skiing or parasailing. Cancun is the kind of place where it's perfectly fine, and recommended, to lounge in the sun or in the spa, or spend a day at one of its seven different golf courses, admiring the beautiful views of the water while you practice your swing. For a taste of the culture, visit Cancun's Museo Maya, home to hundreds of artifacts discovered at some of the Yucatan Peninsula's most notable archeological sites, then be sure to check out archeological sites that dot the surrounding region, such as El Meco , El Rey, San Miguelito, Tulum, Cobá and Muyil, among others. travel agency en charlotte

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