Isla Mujeres Ixchel Temple Sculptural Walkway
Ixchel Beach Hotel attractions
Occupying the south tip of Isla Mujeres are two related structures; a caribbean village with its lighthouse overlooking the vestiges of the Mayan temple of Ixchel, the goddess of love, fertility and the moon and that signaled Mayan sailors and settlements as far away as Cozumel hundreds of years ago. Ruin was partially destroyed by Hurricane Gilbert in 1988 but still warrant a visit. Walk through a singular sculptural garden where you can enjoy art and wonderful views of the Caribbean Sea.
If you are there early morning you’ll be able to brag that you are the first one in Mexico to have seen the sunrise as is the part of Mexico the farthest to the east. While you’re crossing this beautiful site carved out from the Garrafon cliff, you’re sharing the place with the iguanas, the freshness of the wind and the magical sounds of the crashing waves. This might be your favorite spot of the island where you can relax having drinks and snacks. Our Concierge is more than happy to assist you.
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