Situated below the Ruins of Tulum, the white sandy beach will beckon from the ancient ruins. The Mayan Ruins of Tulum sit atop the rocky cliff and overlook the beach and turquoise Caribbean Sea. After touring the ruins, take the many stairs down the cliff and enjoy a day at the public beach.
Palm trees grow from the rocky cliffs and giant rocks dot the sand as well, so be mindful at high tide. There are no chairs or umbrellas at this beach, but if you walk a short way down the beach, many of the boutique hotels open their beach services up to the public.