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El Cuyo Beaches

National Park of Ria Lagartos, El Cuyo, Mexico
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Friendly little fishing village with an amazing beach

We just got back from 31 days in El Cuyo. We absolutely loved this little fishing village. With a... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
Darcy_and_Burke
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Chestermere, Canada
off the beaten path

El Cuyo is one of these places when you drive through you think you are in a dream as you thought... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
Andreas M
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Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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3 Mar 2017
“Friendly little fishing village with an amazing beach”
25 Oct 2016
“off the beaten path”
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National Park of Ria Lagartos, El Cuyo, Mexico
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Reviewed 3 March 2017

We just got back from 31 days in El Cuyo. We absolutely loved this little fishing village. With a pristine beach for as far as you can see that we were most mornings only sharing it with one or two people and some pelicans and...More

3  Thank Darcy_and_Burke
Reviewed 25 October 2016

El Cuyo is one of these places when you drive through you think you are in a dream as you thought these places have disapeared. Empty sandy beaches, sandy roads, no traffic, almost no people, a active fishery harbour and a big sky. There a...More

1  Thank Andreas M
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 weeks and enjoyed everyday at the beach. The beach is one of the cleanest I ever visited. Of course you'll find algae at the sand but hey that is a virgin beach! The shallow water goes at least hundred meters...More

2  Thank Siegfried S
Reviewed 24 June 2016

This is the place to go for a quiet getaway. Welcoming locals and a long stretch of uninterrupted white sand beach. The waters are calm, the sunsets are amazing, the tourists are few and far between.

3  Thank danc60933
Reviewed 10 January 2016 via mobile

Looking to get out of the concrete jungle of Cancun? 2 and a half hours away is el Cuyo - a sleepy little fishing village with a beautiful beach that stretches for miles! La Conchita's and Hotel Miramar provide excellent food. Check out the hotel...More

Thank aggiedo
Reviewed 14 May 2015

El Cuyo's beaches are really pretty. They have white sand and this water that is a really unique green color I haven't seen anywhere else. You get little schools of fish swimming by you periodically. And, best of all, the beach is not crowded at...More

7  Thank ehilgeman
Reviewed 10 January 2015 via mobile

Stayed at a beach front flat the beach was white sand and went in forever. The town of El Cuyo is friendly and there's a few shops to buy groceries and fresh fish at the harbour. The sea is clean and very little litter for...More

7  Thank Tonywbhort
Reviewed 5 November 2014

Came to kitesurf for two days in 2013. Apart from our group there were only a handful of locals watching gringos kiting on the beach. The beach is wild (i.e. with branches and seaweed), however this what makes it so beautiful and tranquil. There is...More

4  Thank Alex_and_Olga
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