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Destination: Isla Mujeres

Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Local Info and Resources:

  • History – Local Partner 1 Tour guide and historical perspective.
  • Nightlife – Local Partner 2 Private parties at local hotspots.
  • Food – Local Partner 3 Dining and reservations guide.
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Getting to know Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres (“the island of women”) is only 4 miles long, with the long Laguna Macax running parallel to the island. While the eastern side of the island, facing the Caribbean Sea, is a rocky and windswept coast, the western side has palm-lined beaches and coral reefs tucked into spectacular opal waters.

Our All-inclusive Visit

Victory guests will take an exclusive day trip to this charming beachside town, with lunch included and time to enjoy the brightly painted houses and the several beaches.

Destination: Isla Mujeres

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Local Info and Resources:

  • History – Local Partner 1 Tour guide and historical perspective.
  • Nightlife – Local Partner 2 Private parties at local hotspots.
  • Food – Local Partner 3 Dining and reservations guide.

Getting to know Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres (“the island of women”) is only 4 miles long, with the long Laguna Macax running parallel to the island. While the eastern side of the island, facing the Caribbean Sea, is a rocky and windswept coast, the western side has palm-lined beaches and coral reefs tucked into spectacular opal waters.

Our All-inclusive Visit

Victory guests will take an exclusive day trip to this charming beachside town, with lunch included and time to enjoy the brightly painted houses and the several beaches.

More about Isla Mujeres…

Isla Mujeres was the first landing spot of the Spanish in Mexico in 1517. They saw idols of Ixchel, the Maya goddess of fertility, on the island and thus named it Isla Mujeres. Maya and Spanish populations abandoned the island, and pirates like Jean and Pierre Lafitte made it a base for their excursions. Both Lafittes were mortanlly wounded at Isla Mujeres in 1821 by the Spanish navy.