Activities

  • Photo Walks with Michael Maurus

    Photo walks are a great family and group activity. This non-technical activity makes anyone a better photographer with ANY kind of camera/cell phone. The aim of these Street&Travel Photo Walks is to give you the tools and the vision to look beyond everyday shots while experiencing the true local flavor of our local culture.

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  • The Little Mexican Cooking School

    Mexican food is one of the distinct pleasures of a stay in Puerto Morelos, with flavors once unknown in the rest of the world. Take the flavors and techniques of this distinctive cuisine home with you to extend your vacation throughout the year and share with friends. Abbey del Sol guests receive a discount for […]

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  • The Spanish Language School

    They say travel is broadening, but there’s nothing like speaking the language to connect with a place and its people. Learn Spanish while immersed in the culture at Puerto Morelos’s own Spanish Language Center, offering a range of classes for everyone from beginners to fluent Spanish speakers.

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  • Bike Around Town

    If there was ever a place built for getting around by bicycle, this is it. The size, the pace, and the warmth of the people all invite the leisurely pace of pedaling to explore, to cover ground, or to get where you’re going while staying fully engaged with your surroundings.

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  • Mayan Ruins

    The Yucatan Peninsula has more archeological ruins than any other area in the Western Hemispheres – nearly 1200 sites. The sites that you can see during a day trip are listed below. Cancun itself was once a Maya lookout over the Caribbean shores and has remnants of ancient watchtowers and light houses around the city. […]

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  • Fresh Water Cenotes & Jungle Tours

    Cenotes are sink holes and caves in the limestone bedrock of the Yucatan peninsula. They are filled cool, crystal-clear water that is very refreshing on a tropical day and are famous for unique diving and snorkeling. Many of the locations also have zip lines and offer ATV tours.

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  • Diving & Snorkeling

    If you think our warm blue waters are impressive from above, wait till you see them from below! A short distance off shore is the Great Mayan Reef, a protected underwater national park. A short drive in the other direction lie crystal clear underwater cenotes. Grab your fins and gear and prepare to be amazed. […]

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  • Yoga

    Puerto Morelos is a yoga haven. There are so many wonderful teachers and classes to choose from. Yoga on the beach or under a straw Palapa roof with the fresh ocean breeze cooling and invigorating you. In the high season we have stretch yoga on the roof of the Abbey del Sol building available to […]

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  • Beaches

    The Mayan Riviera is famous for its pristine, white sand beaches and warm, clear waters. It offers access to The Great Mayan Reef, the longest reef system in the Western Hemisphere, just ¼ mile from the beach. The beaches are peaceful and seldom crowded. Swim, snorkel, sun bath, enjoy a drink at a friendly beach […]

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  • Islands

    Visit three of the most famous islands on the east side of the Yucatan Peninsula. From the largest and most developed, Cozumel, to the most secluded and natural, Holbox. Each island is a 15 to 30 minutes ferry ride from shore.

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