Are you coming to Tulum? You shouldn’t miss these five places!

ARE YOU COMING TO TULUM? YOU SHOULDN’T MISS THESE FIVE PLACES!

Besides the beach, the cenotes and the Mayan jungle –if you’re feeling adventurous, there are five trendy places here in Tulum (galleries, restaurants and bars) that we want to talk you about. Whenever you come, you shouldn’t miss them!

IK LAB

Tulum Ruinas Road Km. 5, Hotel Zone.

This new gallery opened on April. It was designed by Santiago Rumney Guggenheim and Eduardo Neira. It is a gorgeous place, built with local materials, where you will walk among curvaceous walls and circular windows. Becoming a creative vortex for contemporary art is the mission here.

 

BALAM ART ON FEATHERS

Yalku Street, 10th Block #3, Store #4.

In this little gallery you will find beautiful souvenirs. As you already probably have guessed, the main offer here are carefully handcrafted, beautifully decorated feathers.

 

CENZONTLE

Tulum-Boca Paila Road Km. 7.3.

Mixing the cuisines of the world with Mexican flavors and ingredients describes Cenzontle’s signature processes. Please try the dirty martini and the peppers filled with goat cheese. For dessert, we recommend the corn cake with chocolate ice cream.

 

GITANO TULUM

Tulum-Boca Paila Road Km. 7.

Between the beach and the jungle, this bar is known for its cocktails that mix mezcal with fresh natural juices made of local fruits and herbs. Friday and Saturday are for dinner and dancing, and on Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday you will enjoy live music.

 

OCUMARE TULUM

Tulum-Boca Paila Road Km.10.

The menu of small dishes was created by Michelin star chef Mauricio Giovanini. This variety allows you to enjoy refined flavors of organic products from land and sea.

We are waiting for you at Happy Address. We have more tips and advises to make your Tulum experience an unforgettable one!


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