Published On: Wed, Jul 18th, 2018

Isla Mujeres’ clean beaches enchant visitors this summer

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In order to provide high quality services and the best image of this tourist resort during this holiday season, the municipal government of Isla Mujeres, headed by President Juan Carrillo Soberanis, through different agencies, works to receive tourists with clean beaches and a beautiful and safe island.

With the arrival of more than 15,000 visitors per day, the mayor mentioned the importance of the constant maintaince work carried out on the beaches of “Isla”, in order to protect the welfare and safety of tourists.

The “Holiday Season Summer 2018 ” operation, involves more than 200 agents of different agencies, such as: the Secretariat of the Navy (Semar), the Mexican Red Cross, the Port Administration of Quintana Roo (Apiqroo), the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone (Zofemat), Public Security and Municipal Transit, Coordination of Civil Protection and Fire, Secretariat of Health, Aguakán and the Federal Electricity Commission.

“We currently have an occupation of more than 75% and we are on the rise, we want these vacations to be unforgettable for our visitors, who will be able to enjoy clean and beautiful beaches, and our natural beauties. And we want that each and every service provider, hotelier, restaurateur and all the families that depend on this industry can have a profitable summer too,” said the municipal president.


Committed to maintaining this travel destination as one of the favorites for tourists from all over Mexico and the world, the agents of the Zofemat work to keep the beaches clean and beautiful.

Just a few days ago, Isla Mujeres’ Playa Centro was endorsed with the Blue Flag distinction , which is granted to all those spas and beaches that meet the 33 international quality standards.

With these actions, the municipal government confirms its commitment to the promotion and growth of tourism in Isla Mujeres, maintaining it as one of the best destinations in Quintana Roo and, above all, benefiting the economy of the islanders, whose main source of income depends on tourism.

RMT Newsroom with information from



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