Found between Playa del Carmen and Tulum on the Mayan Riviera, Playacar is an exceptional community with an upscale, yet relaxing, attitude. This resort area offers visitors stunning scenery, plenty of beach access and activities such as a world-class, 18-hole golf course at Playacar Golf Club. Whether it is a family vacation, a honeymoon or a solo escape, Playacar is a destination that must be visited in the Yucatan Peninsula. ... Read more »
- Xcacael Bay
- Dolphin Discovery
- Avenida Quinta in Playa del Carmen (near Playacar)
- Take a ferry over to Cozumel, a tourist destination for its balnearios (beaches), scuba diving and snorkeling
- Visit the Mayan ruins in Playacar
- Visit Xcaret Eco Park, a Mexican-themed eco-archaeological park
Playacar experiences a tropical climate that has a wet and dry season and temperatures that generally do not fluctuate much. The area is warm year round with average annual temperatures of 81°F (27°C). The annual rainfall for the area measures 53 inches (1,346 mm).
Getting There & Around
Cancun International Airport serves the Mayan Riviera where Playacar is located. To reach hotels, there is public transportation and several hotel shuttles for visitors to use.
To get about the area, most use the local buses, walk or take ferries to reach islands such as Cozumel and Isla Mujeres.« Hide