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Isla Mujeres Museum Capitan Dulche.This Museum is dedicated in loving memory of Captain Ernesto Dulche Escalante, founder or the 5th Naval Region (Isla Mujeres). Captain Dulche´s Maritime Museum treasures a big part of Isla Mujeres history, this is...more
We stopped here by chance and was NOT disappointed. It was later in the afternoon and not too busy. Service and food were awesome. Best shrimp ceviche I have ever had. Shrimp tacos were great as well. Only disappointment was in the drinks. I ordered...More
Rather confusing that this entry is described as a “museum.” Yes - there is a small (and underwhelming) exhibit with some historical photos and model ships, but this destination is first and foremost a beach club. And a pretty good one - with a nice...More
Our golf cart tour guide took us here and we had some of the best fish tacos EVER! Drinks were great and very reasonably priced. We were not told a set price but we were a party of six having food and drinks. Will definitely...More
i was on isla for 3 weeks.. i check out other beach clubs~ and i even one day left one and came here again! the service is great! the water is clean.. the drinks are good.. the fajitas are great for two meals! The beach...More
Captain Dulche's Beach Club has everything you need to enjoy a fun day in the sun or shade. Club features a newly built pool, with 'swim up' bar. If you are more a 'beach' person, there is a nice sandy beach with chairs and umbrellas....More
We stopped in here and they were playing the game we wanted to watch, so yes, we spent a few hours here. We had ceviche, pico and the regular bar food, beer, margaritas and ect. The place was basically empty, they have a swim up...More
Captian Dulche captured the bizarre and exotic of Isla Mujeres. A beautiful place to go for a swim and get a cocktail at the pool bar. So relaxing and luxurious. They closed early though, which made it seem like a family resort.