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It has taken me a year to bring myself to write a review for this place. We have been returning to Isla for the past 11 years, but no more. It has gotten so crowded and noisy that the lovely relaxed feel of this beach...More
After swiming with shark, which per se is one of the most beautiful things I've done because the giant creatures can really show you the meaning of calm, we were taken to this beach, to relax some and to offer slack for those who got...More
As the song goes, "They called it paradise, I don't know why. You call some place paradise, kiss it goodbye". Sadly, so goes Playa Norte. Over the past 25 years, the once tranquil stretch of white sand and turquoise water has transformed into a hectic...More
This is cleary the best beach in Isla Mujeres. It's flat, flat, flat and you can walk out into the water a long way and still be able to hold a beer. Really. You can walk wayyyyyy out and still have your chest above water....More
We stay on Playa Norte when we travel to Isla. It is by far the most beautiful beach with generally calm water and little seaweed. Although it is pretty shallow, still the best and seems like where the locals are as well!
This beach is definitely worth to visit. The water is cristal clear, the sand white and clean, the water very warm because of the flat access. There are coconut palm trees everywhere under which you can sit and relax. The bars and restaurants provide food...More
Used to go twice a year in Isla Mujeres. Plaja Norte used to be a beautiful, wild beach with an amazing charm. Nice beach-bars, good music, a lot of things to do. This year we've been sad seeing this amazing beach full with umbrelas and...More