The stretch of beach in Tulum, lapped gently by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, is one of Mexico’s most beautiful beaches.
The beautiful Tulum beach, which has yet to be ruined by Cancun’s and the Riviera Maya’s huge all-inclusive resorts, is instead lined by cabanas and beach clubs that have a rustic yet elegant ambiance. You may stop by the beach club on your walk down the Tulum beach, have a drink or a meal, and enjoy getting back to nature.
Ways to Reach at Tulum
Tulum Beach may be reached from a variety of locations. The ancient Mayan site of Tulum is the first place to visit. You can park at the ruins for about 4 dollars and walk to the beach. To get to the beach, follow the road to the ruins and go southbound beyond them.
Other areas to visit along the main Tulum hotel zone include Tulum Beach. This is where all of the cabana resorts are located. Finding a place to park might be difficult, but if you can just walk down to the beach, you’ll be fine. We frequently go through one of the hotels and have a drink at the beach club.
The Tulum beach is totally public, with no private beach in the area. Occasionally, however, a hotel or a residential home blocks access. The majority of the tiny cabañas in Tulum are fine with you going through to get to the beach, especially if you pause for something to eat or drink.
There are beaches in Tulum that may be reached through the jungle and will leave you completely alone, but I recommend staying on the beaches by the cabanas since they are rarely busy like Cancun or Playa del Carmen.
If you’re in or around Tulum Beach, it’s a must-see.