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Harbors in Mexico

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46 harbors in Mexico

Harbors in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta Malecon
The view is beautiful, the shops and cafes are great and it's a lovely way to enjoy an evening or night out in Puerto Vallarta.
Harbors in Veracruz
Port of Veracruz
Veracruz is the largest city in the Gulf of Mexico and the most important port in Mexico. Aside from its warm and cheerful people, there are many places to visit, such as cafes, churches, museums, monuments, beaches, marinas, aquariums and more. Danzon dances, snacks, coffee, and other various objects can be found in the picturesque regional stalls and are distracting in the heat of the day. After your rest, it becomes more pleasant with the cool evening breeze. You must undoubtedly eat seafood or other regional dishes that evoke our roots, as a traveler or national who wants to experience one of the iconic regions of Mexico. Recommendations: Diligencias Hotel, Cafe Los Portales, Parish Café, the Zocalo and the Cathedral, The Aquarium, San Juan de Ulua and Baluarte de Santiago and the many museums.
Harbors in Cancún
Ultramar Ferries
Honestly I don't think anyone likes traveling during a storm, but it happened to us one horrible day when it rained a lot, October 15th, 2011 when we were going from Cancun to Playa del Carmen, Mexico. We took the beautiful ferry that rocked from side to side that day. It's an experience that you should have, if you don't get seasick on ferries as quickly as we did. The best part was the free wifi! From there we could send signs of life to our loved ones with photos, but the truth is that if I had to go to Cozumel in this ferry again, I'd do it because of the excellent service. We arrived on time and with no headaches.
Harbors in Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen Maritime Terminal
The Maritime Terminal in Playa del Carmen, is located in the city center, just off of 10th Avenue in the central area in the port. It's an important place because this is the terminal where you can catch the ferry to the island of Cozumel, which is only 18 kilometers away and is a must-see place given its proximity. This port's advantage is that you don't have to hire a tour to go to Cozumel because the ferry leaves daily as well as hourly and it's only a 45 minute boat ride to get there. The trip costs around 110 pesos. According to some, you can get to Cozumel by boats that do other paths, too, but I didn't really pay attention to that. One person told me that the most taken cruise is the one that goes to Cozumel and more than 1 million passengers go there per year.
Harbors in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
Marina, Ixtapa
I took my bike and left my house, cycling most of the 10kms and walking the last part. I came across the sea and the place where people with lots of money keep their yachts. There is a yacht club which is really nice. Someday I'll have one myself, I'd settle for a small one lol. The photo was taken while I was having a break and eating a delicious lemon popsicle.
Harbors in Cozumel
Nuevo Muelle de San Miguel
There from ship every hour. You can buy tickets to more cheaper if you going with people group. If you uses ID student or you are old man ask for discount. The place have a good time weather and the color of sea is so beautiful!
Harbors in Tapachula
Chiapas Port
This is the area of town where the cruise ships arrive from different parts of the world. They're welcomed with music, regional dances and anything else typical of that region. This place is new and conditioned with a palapa which is a pyramid by scale, which is really eye-catching. This place is known as Puerto Chiapas Porla community.
Harbors in Cozumel
Harbors in Cancún
Puerto Juárez
Puerto Juarez, Quintana Roo.
Harbors in Cabo San Lucas
Harbors in Pátzcuaro
Muelle de Pátzcuaro
Just a simple dock!
Harbors in Tampico
Harbors in Mazatlán
Harbors in La Paz
Harbors in Holbox
Harbors in Cancún
Harbors in Chicxulub
Chicxulub Puerto
You must visit this beautiful port, with your family or partner. Don't hesitate and come swim in the turquoise water and be captivated by its grandeur.
Harbors in Guaymas