Camping and cabañas right on the beach - 100 pesos per person. Bathrooms, no showers, no wifi. Not the cleanest or quietest place but got the job done.
Right on the beach couple of spots for RV's but no hook ups. Dump point is available. Water available if you have holding tanks. 200 pesos per night. Toilets with cold showers but water was warmish anyway. We parked at the end of the row of cabanas. Here for 2 weeks as we had to get fridge fixed. Restaurant on site. Plenty of beach places to eat. Gets very busy at weekends. As they rent out chairs and tables. Quiet during the week. We did spend our first 3 nights just in front of this place, temperatures were in the 100+ so we came in for shade. Lots of dogs, but no problems. Saturday nights is noisy with music.
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Quelques emplacements pour camper avec un fourgon de 7 m maxi pour acceder au bord de la plage. Endroit sympa avec accueil agreable. La petite ville de celestum est a 500 m et la visite de la reserve peut se faire depuis la plage. Wifi disponible presque partout sanitaires moyens mais suffisant et nouveaux en construction pas de courant pres de la plage mais oui si vius etes sur la zone a l entree . Un endroit que je recommande pour y passer qq jours et profiter de la plage. 100 pesos.Report Check-In
save place closed to the beach. poor, but clean toilet and shower. we stood there one night.Report Check-In
The place was full of trash and old cars. We came in and only strange people trying to sell a Flamingo tour we said no and the guys became mad and said that we don't have to care about money and stuff. We didn't stay - the whole mood here and on the beach was weird and unfriendly.Report Check-In
Toilets and showers didn’t work, we left our Flipflops outside overnight, they disappeared and on top of that our dog hat fleas after staying here. I can’t really recommend this place...
the road to sisal however is fun to drive (4x4 required) and has a few nice spots to camp and see flamingos.
100 pesos la nuit en Van pour 2 personnes et un chien (wifi, eau, toilettes, douches, vidange eaux usées), vous pouvez recharger votre matériel électrique sous le préau. Vous pouvez aussi louer une chambre pour 300 pesos la nuit où poser votre tente pour 50 pesos par personne. Excellent spot à l’ombre sous les cocotiers toute la journée, sur le sable a quelques mètres à peine de la mer.
Calme en semaine, beaucoup plus animé le week end surtout le dimanche. Quelques chiens inoffensifs et énormément d’oiseaux.
Très bien placé pour déambuler dans le village à pied, tous les commerces y sont ainsi que des restaurants en bord de plage (pas cher, de qualité moyenne). Un marché couvert près de la place centrale avec de la bonne street food.
L’hôte Rosie est très accueillante et arrangeante, nous sommes restés une semaine, endroit parfait pour une bonne pause en plein roadtrip.
This is a pretty nice place with a nice family running it. 50 pesos/person a night with showers, wifi, cabanas and right on the beach. showers only work in ladies room cold water only.Report Check-In
Looks like they may be trying to clean up a bit. would be a nice spot if they did. 50mxn per person. Bathrooms were clean, they let me fill my water tank an have WiFi some of the time.Report Check-In
Right on the beach couple of spots for RV's but no hook ups. Dump point is available. Water available if you have holding tanks. 200 pesos per night. Toilets with cold showers but water was warmish anyway. We parked at the end of the row of cabanas. Here for 2 weeks as we had to get fridge fixed. Restaurant on site. Plenty of beach places to eat. Gets very busy at weekends. As they rent out chairs and tables. Quiet during the week. We did spend our first 3 nights just in front of this place, temperatures were in the 100+ so we came in for shade. Lots of dogs, but no problems. Saturday nights is noisy with music.Report Check-In
This is a secure site on the beach right in Celestun. There are 4 cabanas which rent for 500 pesos a night. We camped in our 22 ft RV for 2 weeks while sorting out electrical problems. 200 pesos a night.
There is a one dump point, very basic showers and toilets, and a simple restaurant. Non potable water available, but you really need your own supply. Toilets get busy with people here for the day creating queues at busy times.
Restaurant owned by Raphael and his wife Virginia. they are. Lovely and very helpful. Raphael speaks some English, but is not there all the time.
Many Mexican families come here on the weekend, and there are pescado frito restaurants all along the beach.
Rubbish can be a problem, but it's manageable.
this appears to not be in San Ignacio at all. no beach here. maybe Celestun MX! must be wrong coordinatesReport Check-In