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Captain Dulche's Museum

Carretera a Garrafon Km 4.5, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
+52 998 849 7589
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Fun Beach Club

We have driven by this sign many times and finally drove down in. It is well worth the side trip... read more

Reviewed May 14, 2014
Cindy L
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Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
Beautiful quiet beach

We stopped by Captain Dulches beach on a golf cart tour. Addmission was free with a perchase of... read more

Reviewed May 11, 2014
Kathy S
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Lititz, Pennsylvania
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Isla Mujeres Museum Capitan Dulche.This Museum is dedicated in loving memory of Captain Ernesto Dulche Escalante, founder or the 5th Naval Region (Isla Mujeres). Captain Dulche´s Maritime Museum treasures a big part of Isla Mujeres history, this is documented in a great photo collection of over 150 that have never been seen before. The Museum also contains an excellent collection of anchors, buoys, chains and lanterns, maritime tools and two projection rooms, showing one video of the famous mexican diver Ramon Bravo and the even more famous Jacques Cousteau. It also has the largest collection of model ships and metates in the whole mexican caribbean.
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  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Carretera a Garrafon Km 4.5, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
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+52 998 849 7589

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Reviewed May 14, 2014

We have driven by this sign many times and finally drove down in. It is well worth the side trip, very neat bar made from a sail boat and big patio and restaurant. The tin scuptures are very neat.

Thank Cindy L
Reviewed May 11, 2014

We stopped by Captain Dulches beach on a golf cart tour. Addmission was free with a perchase of food or drink. The grounds are beautiful and the beach was quiet. The food was good and reasonably priced. The club sandwich that I had was good...More

1  Thank Kathy S
Reviewed May 9, 2014

We didn't make it to the museum because we stopped for a drink at the bar which turned into an early dinner and a late afternoon swim. The ceviche was great, the children had real fruit drinks, not fruit flavored slushies. One of the best...More

1  Thank drzemo
Reviewed April 25, 2014

Very relaxing. Nice beach with plenty of chairs. They didn't have tour boats coming and going all day which was very nice. Good service and ok prices considering there is no cover charge to use the beach club. You just need to buy a few...More

Thank Steph M
Reviewed April 17, 2014

No food or drink in this stop for us, even though they have a fun bar/restaurant on the property. Our stop was to enjoy the beautiful setting, right on the ocean, beautifully landscaped, take a walk down on their pier, and a do loop around...More

Thank CariocaGirl
Reviewed April 3, 2014

Read some reviews about this place so we had to find it when we visited. It's a cool hidden gem just off the main road that circles the island. It wasn't too hard to find, but if you're looking in the wrong direction you could...More

Thank 4foreigners
Reviewed April 3, 2014

We were told by a local that this was a place to visit. I'm so glad we went. If you are staying on the North side of the island, you will need a golf cart, moped, or taxi to get there. They have a private...More

Thank CherylB615
Reviewed April 1, 2014

Our group just happened upon this beautiful area on our tour the island by golf cart day. Luckily there was a young woman at the entryway with a sign that made us aware of something to see here. This is a large, lovely green grass...More

2  Thank MnRetiree
Reviewed March 31, 2014

We knew we were in for something unique and special when we pulled onto the tidy brick driveway that lead down to this museum/beach/ patio restaurant and bar and parked in the organized and ample parking area. A manicured lawn,dotted with palm trees and large...More

2  Thank Ina H
Reviewed March 30, 2014

We were exploring and happened upon Capitan Dulche's. We stayed to watch the sunset and enjoy a drink and a snack. Very relaxing; quiet. Toured the owner's deck by mistake -thought it was part of the museum - and really enjoyed seeing their unique collection...More

1  Thank Travelhappy025
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JJ Y
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Response from FlipflopsForever70 | Reviewed this property |
If you get something from the bar, either food or drink, there is no charge for the beach or museum. Food was good. We also took a snorkel tour out of there that we highly enjoyed!
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