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La Buena Vida

La Buena Vida This beach bar and restaurant offers a gorgeous view of Half Moon Bay. The "Swing Bar" has a sand floor and is a popular spot for happy hour. On the beach there are tables and chairs under shade palapas. Upstairs, panoramic windows create a wonderful tropical ambiance with a degree of...

Akumal Beach

Akumal Beach Akumal Bay is known for the wild sea turtles who swim in its waters, sheltered by an offshore reef. When you drag yourself away from the excellent snorkeling go and lay on the white sand beach where there are plenty of palm trees for shade, as well as a variety of waterfront shops, restaurants,...

Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay A nice beach with the shape of a half moon. Great accommodation options are found in Half Moon Bay with sea views and direct access to the beach. The beach has a rocky shore, and it is advised to wear footwear in order to enter the water. There is snborkeling, kayaking and other water sports...

Yalku Lagoon

Yalku Lagoon Yal-Ku is located a couple of miles from main Akumal Bay. It is a narrow inlet where fresh water travelling via underground rivers meets the salty water from the ocean. The lagoon has many small islands and areas where wildlife, flora, and fauna thrive, therefore it is a great spot for...

Gonzalo Guerrero statue

Gonzalo Guerrero statue In 1511, a Spanish galleon shipwrecked off the shore of Akumal. Seventeen of the sailors survived in a lifeboat, but the coast was treacherous and inhabited by cannibals. Fifteen died in from exposure, hunger, slavery, or were sacrificed by natives. The two remaining survivors, Jeronimo de...

La Cueva del Pescador

La Cueva del Pescador La Cueva del Pescador (The Fisherman's Cave) or "La Cueva" as locals call it, has gained a well deserved fame for being the place of reunion of visitors and locals alike. Well known for it's "Seafood Parrillada" and very well served refreshing Margaritas. It's "al fresco" style table...

Turtle Bay Cafe & Bakery

Turtle Bay Cafe & Bakery Starting every day at 7am with famous sticky buns and eggs benedict, Turtle Bay Cafe, strive to provide the very best dining experience that is offered on this beautiful coast. Serious food served in a very laid back ambiance where one can just relax and enjoy the moment with family, friends...

Tequila Ville

Tequila Ville Tequila Ville is located on the other side of Akumal crossing the bridge to Akumal pueblo. Right in the entrance of Akumal pueblo on the right hand side, this small yet picturesque little restaurant features good food with weekly special events and entertainment such as live music and karaoke...

La Lunita

La Lunita This intimate restaurant nestled amid the swaying palms of Half Moon Bay in Akumal, includes candlelight and the lulling sound of the waves at no extra charge. La Lunita's menu combines Mexican tradition with contemporary flair. The restaurant’s location on Akumal’s Half Moon Bay offers a...

El Comal de Akumal

El Comal de Akumal El "Comal de Akumal" offer the real taste and experience of mexican market food. Come and enjoy of tacos with sorted fillings, THE BIG TACO, QUESADILLOTAS, milkshakes, fresh juice, muffins and breads.

Before the main arch, on your left hand side in front of the parking lot.

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Lol-Ha Restaurant

Lol-Ha Restaurant Lol-Ha is located right on the beach of Akumal. It has a large palapa overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Ocean. Its menu ranges from seafood, to steaks, burgers and pizza. Lol-ha is famous for its daily happy hour (5:30 - 6:30) that attracts many locals and tourist alike. Lol-Ha is open...

Imelda's La Ecocina

Imelda's La Ecocina Imelda's Ecocina (ecological kitchen) is a small open palapa right next to the CEA's main office. It serves brekfast and lunch daily at reasonable prices. Open 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. for breakfast and lunch, dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. Imelda's is closed on Sunday and accepts cash only.

Gynna'Ak Thai Mexican Fusion Cuisine

Gynna'Ak Thai Mexican Fusion Cuisine Gynnak's main speciality is lionfish. Caught fresh daily by chef Gynna off the reefs of Akumal and prepared in a thai mexican fusion style. Open from noon until 8pm. Gynn'Ak is located on Akumal's Half Moon Bay across the street from Villas Flamingos. Food delivery is available....

Que Onda

Que Onda Located near Yalku Lagoon, Que Onda offers fresh pasta and other specialties. Decorated thoroughly by the artists of the Ondarte Artist Residency it is a feast for the eyes too! Open every day Closed on Tuesday

Pancho Villas

Pancho Villas One of the newest additions to the list, this small restaurant located right between La Cueva del Pescador and Turtle Bay Cafe, offers tipical mexican specialties such as tacos, seafood and salads. Opens daily from noon to 10pm daily. pancho_villas

Taco Maya

Taco Maya If you want to try real mexican food, this is the place to go. Located on the other side of Akumal -in Akumal pueblo-, this small family run restaurant offers "Michoacan style" carnitas, tacos, quesadillas and more. Its menu is in spanish and english. Open daily and offers delivery....

Akumal ruins

Akumal ruins This complex of ruins is completely off the beaten track of mayan ruins in the area. There is people who have lived in Akumal for a long time and do not know about it. So, if you are a big fan of the Mayan culture and love to explore, you can't miss this site. Head yourself to Akumal...

Tulum ruins

Tulum ruins Tulum is the only Mayan city built on a coast and was one of the few protected by a 784 metres long, five meters high and seven meters thick wall made of limestone enclosing the site on three sides. This fortification helped preserve the turquoise and jade trading seaport from invaders. Most...

Coba

Coba Constructed along two lakes, Coba translates to "waters stirred by the wind." It is the largest archaeological zone in the Yucatan, nine square miles, much of which lies covered by green jungle. It features also the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan at 122 feet the perfect place to admire the...

Cenote Dos Ojos

Cenote Dos Ojos The name means "two eyes " in English and there may not be a better way to describe this magical site as it refers to two neighboring cenotes which connect into a very large cavern zone shared between the two. These two cenote appear like two large eyes into the underground. Some of the...

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