Whether you feel like kayaking out to the reef or heading out for a thrilling adventure, Casa de los Sueños offers a range of activities to ensure your visit with us is an extraordinary experience! We have several activities in our beautiful villa for you to enjoy, and we also encourage you to explore the beautiful tropical island around you.
Visiting Isla Mujeres is like discovering a magic world which all visitors would like to call their second home. At first sight, Isla Mujeres, many different worlds are combined by a common factor: the genuine flavor of the Mexican Caribbean.
Isla Mujeres is a unique place, it is a small peaceful island less than five miles long (8 km approx.) just a 20 minute boat ride from Cancun. This beautiful island combines the beauty of the Caribbean, the dense tropical jungle and the wonderful heritage of the Mayan civilization. It stands out as one of Mexico’s natural treasures, a truly delightful paradise on earth. Isla Mujeres has a lot to offer. You will find specialty, international and regional restaurants, beach clubs, Caribbean shows, swimming with dolphins, Whale Sharks watching (may-sep), turtle farm and much more to discover.
Our blue Caribbean waters beckon you to play in them. Casa de los Sueños offers a unique and wide array of water activities whether it be simply swimming in one of the villa’s 2 infinity pools to venturing out snorkeling and admiring the wonderful coral reefs.
Isla Mujeres is famous for its extraordinary diving and snorkel sites, especially El Garrafón, Farito, Manchones, The Cross of the Bay, Los Cuevones, Lavandera Reef and the Cave of the Sleeping Sharks.
Several companies offer tours to another nearby island: Contoy, home to a National Park with more than 152 species of local and migratory birds, 14 reptile species, 234 species of fish and 98 plant species. Ixlaché Reef, located south of Isla Contoy is part of the 2nd world largest reef barrier.
Sport Fishing/Boat Rides
If you like Sport fishing, then you’ve found paradise! However, if you prefer a relaxing boat ride around the island or to visit surrounding islands such as Holbox and Isla Contoy then just let us know and we’ll arrange incredible tours for you.
Spa Treatments, Meditation, Yoga
If you are one to relax and not leave the villa, then let us pamper you with any of our relaxing SPA treatments within the villa’s amazing facilities including our meditation room which is a perfect place for those who want to practice yoga and connect with the inner self.
At Dolphin Discovery, in the southern part of the island, you can swim with dolphins, discover their incredible abilities, and have the opportunity to touch them and be kissed by them. This interactive encounter with the most amazing marine mammals in nature is both fun and educational.
Explore Isla Mujeres with a Golf Cart, Moped or Bike
Isla Mujeres has a charming village center that you can enjoy Explore its paved streets, visit the church, the main square, town hall or cultural center. You can explore the handicrafts shops that offer items from all around Mexico, enjoy a cool drink in a bar with live music or watch the beautiful sunset on the beach while you enjoy a delicious dinner.
Relax in the Villa
Casa de los Sueños offers plenty of relaxing and spacious communal areas for you to read, play board games or just relax on your own while enjoying the breathtaking views.
We also offer an extensive movie library for you to choose from or WII Console as well!
Isla Mujeres has been home to the giant sea turtles, which lay their eggs on its soft sand, from May to September. The turtle farm is located on the southern part of the island, and is supported by Mexican government and private funds.
The Mayan archaeological site “El Meco” and the Ixchell Mayan temple is Strategically located on the coast in front of Isla Mujeres, dating from 200-300 A.D, El Meco is thought to have been an important point for navigation during the post-classic Maya period along the peninsula; it is related to Isla Mujeres and had strong relationships with its inhabitants.
Isla Mujeres was also the site of many sea battles between colonial ships and pirates. Hacienda Mundaca was built by Fermín Mundaca de Marecheaga, a pirate and slave trader that sought refuge on the island after fighting against the British Navy in 1860. The hacienda includes walls, arches, exotic plants, gardens, birds breeding place, cattle and orchard. It is located on the road to Garrafon, 3.5 kilometers before Playa Lancheros and Playa Paraíso.
Garrafón is Isla Mujeres´ natural park, named after a unique reef with shallow waters and soft currents that allow us to discover the beauty of the Caribbean’s underwater life. The park is famous for its colorful fish that swim around you and for the coral reef that surrounds it. You can snorkel, admire the corals, sunbathe, visit the aquarium, enjoy seafood or fast food, buy handicrafts, folk and beach wear. Open daily from 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.