When you rent a boat to navigate along Isla Mujeres there are many beaches all around Isla Mujeres.
The major beaches at north and west sides of Isla has calm, turquoise waters and soft white sand make them ideal for sunning, swimming and snorkeling.
With the yacht you can see the other side. It is spectacular for a rocky eastern shore but is too dangerous for swimming. The currents there are very strong on the Caribbean side.
Most Famous Beaches are:
Playa Norte (North Beach) considered as one of the best beaches in the Caribbean and it deserves the honor.
The soft white sand, palm trees and water so blue the sky looks pale, make it the perfect place to relax and unwind from the rigors of life.
There is almost no current and you can wade out very far with the water still only coming to your waist.
Most of yachts stop there, while you eat and drink aboard with this spectacular view others can swimm and walk to coastline.
At Playa Norte there are many bars offer lounge chairs and umbrellas (for a fee) with waiter service on the sand.
You can also rent water toys like kayaks and paddle boards, We supply on yachts snorkel gear to go to the east point and see a lot of sealife.
Playa Posada, which runs along west side of town, is usually less crowed than Playa Norte but the water is not as shallow and clear.
Playa Media Luna is a small, beautiful, curved beach just around the eastern bend of Playa Norte.
There are no beach services and it is too dangerous for swimming because of the strong currents there.
Playa Paraiso, Playa Lancheros and Playa Indios
This beaches are common stop for crowded catamaran tours. These are located in the west side of Isla Mujeres facing Cancun, mid-island near Hacienda Mundaca.
There are open air palapa restaurants, gift shops, bathrooms, chairs and umbrellas. You can also rent kayaks, canoes and even beach toys for the kids.
Garrafón Reef Park at south of Isla Mujeres
The Park is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm and offers several packages including an all-inclusive package which includes a buffet lunch, beverages with open bar, snorkel equipment, life jackets, kayaks, hammocks, an infinity pool, bathrooms, showers and lockers as well as admission to Punta Sur and the Sculpture Garden.
We stop with yacht front of this point where you can snorkel and see a lot of fish around, And if you have more time snorkel at MUSA the marine museum underwater located there.
Garrafón de Castilla
Located next to Garrafón Reed Park at the south end of the island. The entrance fee includes use of lounge and beach chairs with beach umbrellas, restrooms and shower facilities. Snorkel gear, lockers and towels are available for an additional cost. There is also a small restaurant/snack bar.
A lot of sculptures and other thigs to see while walking over it. Is a good place for pictures.