Where to Eat in Progreso

In Puerto Morelos it is very easy to find a good restaurant of fresh fish and seafood, or delicious regional cuisine, the only thing you need to do is go to the jetty and you will find some restaurants and cafeterias as Sol y Playa, Sharks, Flamingo’s and Saint Bonnet, among others. Or if you are walking on Calle 31, you can eat at Los Compadres, La Piñata or order take out pizza at Mister Pizza. Because of the great international tourists it now receives (especially from the international cruise ships it receives), the commercial infrastructure is developing and you can expect to find a new restaurant or bar during your next visit.

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