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Vacation rentals in Puerto Morelos

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Popular amenities for Puerto Morelos vacation rentals

Stay near Puerto Morelos's top sights

Chedraui selecto puerto Morelos11 locals recommend
Croco Cun Zoo116 locals recommend
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Playa Publica puerto morelos12 locals recommend
Ocean Coral & Turquesa (Cancun...Mexico)3 locals recommend
Puerto Morelos Dock40 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Puerto Morelos

  • Total rentals

    1.4K properties

  • Rentals with a pool

    990 properties have a pool

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    310 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    780 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    25K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $14 CAD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Puerto Morelos

All About Puerto Morelos

Puerto Morelos sits at the northern end of the Riviera Maya and offers all of the beauty of the region’s beaches, lush nature, and Mayan ruins with a small-town twist. The surrounding countryside is wonderful for day trips to cenotes, or sinkholes, which are a great way to experience the unique geography of the area. Soft sand beaches and crystal blue waters stretch all the way down the coast, providing endless options for swimming and visiting the historical sites scattered along this coastal Caribbean paradise. Learn about Mayan heritage and sample the area’s cuisine in between days of basking in the glorious sunshine. Puerto Morelos is home to small shops and local restaurants, and offers access to the natural and human-made wonders of the Riviera, which makes it a quiet place to use a launching pad to head up and down the coast.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Puerto Morelos

It’s easy to find house rentals in Puerto Morelos any time of the year, but be aware of the rainy months between June and November. Tropical storm and hurricane season is primarily from August through October. Winter is ideal with less rain and heat. The good weather lasts quite a few months, so it is easy to plan for outdoor activities. And because this is the Caribbean coast, the water is reliably warm and swimmable across all seasons.


Top things to do in Puerto Morelos

La Ventana al Mar

This award-winning beach is known for gentle waves, due to its proximity to the reefs. Because Puerto Morelos is a smaller town, you'll have plenty of space to yourself by the water. Bask in the crystal blue waters, towel off, and head back into the town for lunch.

Local Cenotes or Sinkholes

Venture out and discover a serene cenote. One of the magical experiences of visiting the Yucatán Peninsula is exploring the local sinkholes. Having a rental car makes exploring these sites easier, and you can even visit a few throughout your trip. Bring lunch or grab something from the cafes because you’ll want to spend hours here.

Tulum Archeological Zone

The Mayan white ruins of Tulum can be explored on foot with a number of different ruins to explore. Bring a hat, water, and sunscreen since you’ll be out in the sun most of the time. The area is also known for its pristine beach, which is where you can spend the other part of your day after your tour. Go for a dip in the water with the Tulum tower as the backdrop.

Destinations to explore

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