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XPU-HA

The Xpu-Ha is located in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, on the coast of the Caribbean Sea and in the municipality of Solidaridad. It is famous for its beautiful beaches, which are among the most beautiful and idyllic in Mexico. It is mainly made up of wonderful beach clubs and other hotels.

The Xpu-Ha is a short distance from two international airports: Cancun International Airport and Chetumal International Airport, and for local travelers, there is also an airport in Solidaridad.

The area has fine white sand that feels warm underfoot. The water is crystal clear and ideal for swimming, snorkeling, diving, and other water sports.

On a beautiful beach that is barely half a meter deep, you can do activities such as diving and kayaking since there are almost no waves; In the tropical Caribbean, you will find a wonderful Yucatan treasure.

Some restaurants offer food and drinks of all kinds in this area, the best of the Quintana Roo coast, and international cuisine. In Xpu-Ha there are various accommodation options, from hostels to luxury hotels that offer excellent service and quality.

The location of the XPU-HA offers a natural shelter from the wind, which makes it one of the best places to practice windsurfing. It also has a pier, an equipment rental shop, and a diving center, which guarantees good safety conditions.

The complex is accessible by car or public transportation from Playa del Carmen and Tulum. It is located 20 minutes from downtown Playa del Carmen and about 45 minutes from downtown Tulum.

On this popular beach, you can live different experiences, such as sunrise, sunset, night or day. There is something for everyone in this paradise offering the time of your life. You can find cabins, two small hotels and some restaurants with a beach club in this paradisiacal place.

To the north is a small cove that connects with an incredible cenote within the mangroves. Multicolored fish and herons can be seen among the mangroves and sycamores of the bay.

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