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Isla Mujeres Trimaran Cruise
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“shop owners” (12 reviews)
“lots of shops” (11 reviews)
Isla Mujeres, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Most likely if you visit Isla Mujeres, you will arrive by ferry, and as soon as you step outside the Ultramar building, you are in El Centro, and you can find just about anything, from sun screen, sunglasses, hats and souvenirs.

Reviewed 3 days ago

El centro is the downtown area. There are golf cart rentals, shops, and restaurants. The area is very safe to walk around, even at night, and the vendors are not too pushy. If you say no, they back off. It's even nice for an evening...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Cool to walk around and stop in the shop, good restaurants and bars, The prices are pretty good on the island compared to Cancun. Just a real chill vibe on the island to enjoy.

Reviewed 16 June 2017

El Centro is the "happening" place on the island after the sun goes down. Make sure to walk the entire length of Hildago. Many times there are events happening in the square and/or basketball games going on at the new court. The new basketball court...More

Reviewed 1 June 2017

initially its fun to walk down this street.....take in the varied stuff on sale.....but, if you're staying on Isla more than a day...it gets wearying. most other travelers come to Isla for a day trip and leave...so, when you stay on Isla for 6 nights...More

Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

It's fun to walk through all the vendors. They do all seem to have much the same things. But overall it's a fun atmosphere. We found a gelato shop that was wonderful.

Reviewed 28 May 2017

I don't get people comparing this to Cozumel. Not even close .People not as friendly ....nothing special...really odd.

Reviewed 24 May 2017

Lots of cool small shops, best ever cocos frios, lovely live streets, helpful locals and really nice experience.

Reviewed 19 May 2017

Personally, I believe the goods are pricey, but you can walk and compared prices and goods from one store to another one. if you planning to buy any goods, get out of the Centro and you will find better prices for the same or better...More

Reviewed 17 May 2017

You can find colorful spots for a nice picture of the area, a lot of handcrafts and restaurants too. Nice experience to walk down the Isla streets.

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Questions & Answers
31 March 2017
Response from akchick | Reviewed this property
There is a shop right at the zocala across from the malecon. You can't miss it, as it is purple! They have a fabulous reputation.
16 November 2016
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Response from asarangi | Reviewed this property
Yes lots. It's really grown in the last 5 years so you will be in for a shock how much it has grown. Both good and bad. Probably over 50 restaurants/ vendors on el Centro. There is a small shack on the corner that says... More