Villas Castillo Blanco

Calle Coral Negro, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico
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Antiques in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, or Cozumel?

by northshoresunday

Hi All,
I am looking for antiques dealers in Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, or Cancun, or throughout the entire Mayan Riviera region. Anyone have any thoughts? I am specifically looking for old postcards. Flea markets as well? Thanks!

Re: Antiques in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, or Cozumel?

by Dabs

I've seen a lot of markets and shops but I've never seen an antique market in any of those places nor one with used goods, it's all new and geared to tourists

You might try posting here, there are a lot of repeat visitors and locals who answer questions:

http://www.playa.info/playa-del-carmen-forum/

Re: Antiques in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, or Cozumel?

by Gatopardo

Mmm, another could be yucatantoday.com, they are very helpful when I look for stuff in that area.

Good luck!

Travel Tips for Playa del Carmen

Sandals to sinks

by RJ1967

Besides swimming and bar hopping, PDC offers lots of shopping opportunities. You can find Cuban cigars, T-shirts, beachwear, silver jewelry, and even Mexican styled sinks. Here's the proof! Playa del Carmen is friendly and a good place to relax and escape from the cold winters up north.

Playa del Carmen transportation

by camilleaja

If you speak some words of Spanish or are willing to get out of expensive tourists tour when you are in a resort, instead of paying a lot for AC buses taking you at specific hours and days, take the little white van that takes people (Mexican, like tourists) along the main road between Playa Del Carmen and Tulum. They pass many times per hour and will stop if you're waiting near the road. The price was 1 peso per person when we were there.

Colectivos

by Dabs

Colectivos are a great inexpensive way to get from Playa del Carmen down the coast to Tulum, Xelha, or Xcaret.

These are shared vans that leave when the van fills up, every 10-15 minutes. The cost to get to Tulum from PDC was 20 pesos, the amount of the fare was tied with how far you went. I think we were charged 15 pesos to get from Tulum to Xelha, I saw other people being charged 10 pesos to go shorter distances. You pay when exiting the colectivo.

Look for the white vans on Calle 2 between 15th and 20th Avenues.

Coming back from Tulum, Xelha, etc., you can stand on the highway and flag them down or look for them near the highway.

According to Lonely Planet, they run from 5 am to 10 pm.

Tacolicious!

by hotsauce28 about Dr. Taco

We were lucky enough that our friend Kaspian was in Playa at the same time and showed us alot places. When we booked the hotel, his first comment was "You realize you're staying next to one of the best taco stands in Playa"? And he was right!

Dr Taco was cheap, fast and delicious! I tried one of each taco. I loved them all!

5th Avenue dining-Italian

by Dabs about Da Bruno

On our last night we were ready to try something besides Mexican and after walking up and down 5th Avenue several times, we settled on a nice looking Italian restaurant.

There is seating inside and several tables outside where you can watch the people strolling up and down the street. We both tried the thin wood oven pizza, it was fine but a little overpriced at 130 pesos per pizza ($11-12 US).

There are also many Italian specialities offered.

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 Villas Castillo Blanco

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Villas Castillo Blanco Hotel Playa Del Carmen

Address: Calle Coral Negro, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico