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Paradise Beach is nearby Tulum's archaeological zone, many cenotes, and the Xel-Há Water Park. Because of the splendor that surrounds this location, it is regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and one of the most awarded by many publications.
Recognized public beach.
One of the few remaining public beaches in Tulum, since others are exclusively accessible to visitors staying in one of the area's many hotels.
For around 250 pesos, you may hire a small palapa, a bunk, and chairs, however, the price may vary based on the season and the number of people requesting this service.
If you arrive by car, there is a parking spot at the beach's entrance, or you may leave it on the road and walk around 200 meters to the coastline.
When it comes to food, you won't have to worry because there are restaurants where you can taste sea specialties at reasonable costs, or you may bring your own to save money throughout your vacation.
- Restaurants and beach clubs.
- Umbrellas and lounge chairs may be rented.
- If you eat at a beach club or restaurant, you can use the restrooms and showers.
- Boat ride to observe turtles and the Tulum Archaeological Zone from the water.
Finally, here is Tulum's hotel zone, which includes both luxury and budget hotels. If you're searching for guaranteed nightlife in this area of town, you'll find it since there are restaurants and bars of various rates, but most of them are elegant and extremely fashionable.
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- For Her
- For Him
- Low Handicaps
- Families With Teenagers
- All Ages
- Families With Children
Best For What
- A Bit of Romance
- Lively Atmosphere
- Quick Bites