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Holiday Letting Price Information in Playa del Carmen
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Playa del Carmen. £158 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of October (06/10 - 13/10) as the average price is only £123 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Playa del Carmen
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of February (09/02 - 16/02), as 37% of the rentals are booked. On the contrary, only 11% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in September (22/09 - 29/09).
The weather in Playa del Carmen
Check out the climate diagram for Playa del Carmen. On average, the warmest month is July. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 18°. Bring your umbrella in October, the rainiest month of the year!
Discover the best of Mexico with a Playa del Carmen holiday letting
For a chic holiday with that laid-back, beachy vibe, head to Playa del Carmen in Mexico. Since the early 1990s it’s been a popular destination for both European and American visitors, resulting in an international ambience. This is the place to party, hit the beach, go fishing, hiking, or simply relax under the year-long summer sun.
When you get here, you’ll enjoy the lively beach bars, music and dancing in the evenings. Shops offer local and international goods, and it's great for walking and all-day beach strolls. Your Playa del Carmen holiday letting will be situated right by the beaches, yet still offer the privacy you desire.
Get your sunblock and bikinis ready... this is the place to soak up the sunshine, work on your tan, and enjoy your favourites book as you lounge beneath a bright blue sky. A Playa del Carmen holiday home gives families and groups of friends the option to have an enjoyable time in the comfort of their own property. With the variety of properties available, you'll be sure to find something which suits your taste.
Getting to Playa del Carmen
Visitors to Playa del Carmen frequently travel from Cancun airport. It only takes a little under an hour to drive to the centre, or to your Playa del Carmen holiday letting , straight down the highway from the airport.
It is also recommended that you rent a car at the airport, so that both the beach and your Playa del Carmen holiday letting are easily accessible. It also allows you to explore the Playa del Carmen and its surroundings at your own pace.
The airport offers lots of options for car lettings and other services to avail of, such as tourist information, money exchange and more.
What to eat in Playa del Carmen
In Playa del Carmen, seafood is the catch of the day. Try fresh lobster, oysters and grilled fish alongside traditional Mexican fare of tacos, guacamole and barbacoa. With an abundance of seafront establishments, you'll be able to enjoy a beautiful evening view of the golden sands and deep blue water.
By booking a Playa del Carmen holiday letting , you can enjoy all the comforts of a home away from home. There are large apartments and smaller ones for couples. Depending on your preferences and personality, you can find various holiday homes in this popular holiday destination. Some come with large kitchenettes, gardens, terraces and extra rooms for the whole family and even a group of friends.
Things to see and do while on holiday in Playa del Carmen
The first thing to do is to head for Avenida 5 (a.k.a. La Quinta), one of Playa del Carmen's most famous attractions. There are no automobiles allowed here, so you can stroll freely and leisurely. Its cobblestoned street is the perfect place to take in the sights and get on with some shopping. Try the local tequila, or hunt for interesting souvenirs. Cafés, bars and stores line the streets, and there is no shortage of restaurants to delight you here. You’ll notice that this is a town that is developing at a rapid rate, so get your Starbucks fix if you must…but don’t forget to support the local community that help this region thrive. If you'd rather make the most of the beach, make sure you take the opportunity to explore the region's gorgeous sealife, with a variety of scuba diving and snorkeling trips available from the shore.
Don’t forget to take in some Mayan culture on your holiday. The Tulum Ruins, located at just over an hour away along the coast, were known to have been populated by the Maya in the 13th and 15th centuries. The site is one of the best-preserved ruins on the coast, and you can visit it to learn about the former trade routes through ancient Maya, and the significance of this period of history in Mexico.
Going out and entertainment near Playa del Carmen Holiday Lettings
Head to the popular beach clubs north of Calle 48, where you can enjoy retro-themed bars and beach areas to lounge and enjoy the sun by day, or moonlight and drinks at night. You will also find plenty of places for delicious seafood and decadent cocktails. You will also find plenty of nightlife along the coast to dance the night away, all within walking distance from the beach, and your Playa del Carmen holiday home.
Playa del Carmen is the place for action and adventure
Combining adrenaline pumping rides with the magic of jungle life, head to Xplor Park if you're looking for a thrill. Fly around on zip lines above the tree tops or take an underground raft to explore pool caves with stalactites.
Cenote Chaak Tun
This is one of Yucatas many underground sunken wells called ceynotes. Swim in this magical underworld amidst beautiful rock formations.
3D Museum of Wonders
This museum provides surprisingly realistic backdrops that create the illusion that you are sitting on a giant wedding cake, cowering away from a monster's paw, or riding a horse on a racetrack.
La Playa Xpuha
This secluded beach offers clear ocean water and white sands. A coral reef in the water makes for fun scuba-diving and if you're lucky you might even see an octopus.
Delphinus Riviera Maya
Swim with dolphins at this superb eco-park which also runs an animal welfare programme.
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