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Beyond the all-inclusive resorts that dot the beaches between Cancun and Playa del Carmenlies, Mexico?s Tulum, whose popularity has skyrocketed in the last decade or so, stands apart for its more bohemian beach town feel?an effortless kind of cool that translates to its recent influx of bars, restaurants, and coffee shops.

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At sunrise get saturated silhouettes facing the north side of the beach, and pretty pastel vignettes facing south.

For the prettiest stretch of the beach, visit Mezzanine Hotel. You can couple this with a visit of the Tulum Ruins.

Pack a GoPro to capture the underwater world of the cenotes.

Just past Zamas, heading south on Boca Paila, read more…

 

Once-sleepy haven for hippies in search of a sandy paradise and unplugged serenity, Tulum has mushroomed into a holiday mecca for the ?ber-trendy eco jet set. But quite unlike the neighboring high-rise resorts of Riviera Maya and Canc?n, this is one town that?s refused to give up its Mexican roots, Caribbean charms or an ounce read more…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayan ruins bordered by azure seas at Tulum?Photo: Alamy

Why are there suddenly so many Mexican restaurants in London? Where I live ? in Clerkenwell ? I?m surrounded by them and the truth is, I?ve never been sure about Mexican cuisine. It comes in garish colours. It oozes. Despite all the different flavours read more…

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Last month, my friend Juliet flew to Mexico to meet me in Tulum. On the airplane to Canc?n, she ran into four Tulum-bound New Yorkers she knew, one of whom was coincidentally seated next to her. (They talked business.) Upon arrival, she split a van with the five New Yorkers she?d intended read more…

Where to find wood-fired mariscos, mezcal, and modernist cuisine in the jungles of Tulum
by Kat Odell  Dec 8, 2017, 3:37pm EST

Tulum Photo: Gimas / Shutterstock

It’s nearly impossible to stroll down the sandy, palm tree–populated road that connects Tulum’s Hotel Zone — the area’s eco-chic properties scattered along the street that separates lush jungle from turquoise ocean — without read more…

 

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BY VALERIE CONNERS
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MEXICO NORTH AMERICA BEACHES

Intrepid travelers who want to experience Mexico’s untouched beauty should bypass the concrete-high-rise jungle that is Cancun, and beeline down the Yucatan Peninsula coast to Tulum. While it houses plenty of comfortable accommodations and restaurants catering to all budgets, incredibly, read more…

 

 

Beach paradise. Hippie outpost. Hipster haven. Electric Dance Music Mecca. Appeals to fish tacos lovers and urban foodies alike. Mezcal, modelos, and Mexican sensibility. Huts and hammocks on the beach abound.

There is no one way to describe the multi-faceted layers that make up Tulum, Mexico. Just under two hours from the crowded and atrocious cacophony read more…

How to Spend a Weekend Getaway in Tulum

Where to shop, eat, and stay in the most fashionable of Mexican cities

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JASON CHEN

Tulum, Mexico.Photo: Getty Images

First-time visitors to Tulum, Mexico, can?t quite believe the place is only an hour away from the spring-break revelers in Cancun. Here, the relaxed beaches, rough luxe hotels, and gourmand-approved read more…

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Meditating while smeared with clay and honey at a resort.

By PENELOPE GREEN

IT is hard to know who recited the first Om or unfurled the first yogamat upon Tulum?s epic beach. But it is true that Tulum, on the southern edge of Mexico?s Riviera Maya (and a healthy distance read more…