Playacar Weather July Averages, Mexico
What's the Weather like in Playacar in July
Once a small fishing town, the resort of Playacar in Mexico, a southern Playa del Carmen suburb in Quintana Roo, is today a luxury holiday community. It is complete with hotels overlooking the Caribbean Sea and Cozumel, beachfront activities and some of the finest restaurants in the country.
The high heat continues here throughout July, with an average daily temperature of 28°C (around 82°F), making this month one of the hottest of the year. The lows for the resort this month drop to a still-nice and warm 26°C (about 78°F), while the highs jump up to a very steamy 32°C (around 90°F). Definitely be sure to pack your short-sleeve shirts, shorts, capris and flip flops for the beach to stay cool in the heat of the day. A light jacket or sweater isn't necessary this time of year, although you might want to consider a rain jacket or poncho.
This month is part of Playacar's rainy season, but compared to June, the average rainfall actually drops slightly, with 109mm of rainfall expected in July. The rain falls over 12 days in the month, so more than likely you'll experience a rainy day or two during your visit. Thankfully, the rain showers are strong but short-lived, so you won't miss too much time outside.
Average Sunshine Hours
You can expect about 10 hours of sunshine during the day this month and a 10 percent chance of a sunny day. The chance of rain on any given day is 22 percent, while the chance of a cloudy day is 19 percent. The wind has died down too this time of year, with only a 5 percent chance of a windy day.
Average Sea Temperature
If you want to spend time in the water, the average sea temperature for this month makes that possible. The average is 28°C (about 82°F), perfect for swimming, watersports and laying out on the beach.
Playacar Hotels in July
Mixing beach and rainforest, the Iberostar Tucan is a unique choice for accommodations in Playacar. The resort has become a refuge for various rainforest creatures including monkeys, birds and turtles and has received certification as a green hotel. Amenities available to guests include swimming pool, private beach, tennis, fitness room, watersports, sun terrace and daily activities.
Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso
Another property in the Iberostar family of resorts, the Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso is an adult-only hotel with a plethora of amenities. Along with easy access to the beach, you can also enjoy the hot July weather at the resort's three swimming pools, including one with incredible ocean views. Along with regular suites, you can also choose a private villa with private swimming pool and garden for your accommodations.
Allegro Playacar Resort
The main colors of the Allegro Playacar Resort alone will make you feel like you've stepped foot into paradise. Splashes of turquoise, white and rainforest green decorate the surfaces of the resort. Three restaurants and five bars give you plenty of options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and thanks to the all-inclusive packages, it's all free. Guests also enjoy the white sand beach, swimming pools, playground and beautifully-appointed rooms with ocean or garden views.
Beach in Playacar for July
Starting just south of the Playa del Carmen ferry dock, Playacar Beach runs the length of Playacar's Phase 1 and Phase 2. In July, the water feels almost as warm as bathwater, averaging
28°C (about 82°F), making it a good month for swimming and watersports. Some of Playacar's resorts have certain sections of the beach marked off for use by their guests only, so look for an area without any beach chairs or umbrellas to stake out your own area.
Bars and Restaurants
Al Pie de Carbon
Mixing Argentinian and South American flavors with American steakhouse and barbeque, Al Pie de Carbon cooks all its dishes over a wood-burning stove. The small, but quaint, restaurant is an ideal spot for a romantic night out, with mariachi bands entertaining you as you enjoy your delicious meal. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list to complement the food.
Di Vino restaurant, also called the Glass Bar, not only offers a long list of reds, whites and sparkling wines, it has a dinner menu with Mediterranean and Italian dishes. After dinner, enjoy homemade gelato from Gelato Trolley, located at the back of the restaurant. You have your choice of dining in the beautifully-decorated dining room or outside on the airy terrace.
Blue Lobster Steakhouse
When you dine at the Blue Lobster Steakhouse Playa del Carmen, you'll get an excellent view of the 5th Avenue for people-watching as you chow down on locally-caught lobster, fish and seafood. The restaurant has two levels for dining and the menu includes steak, risotto, pasta and Mexican dishes. You can also sip on local and regional Mexican wines that pair perfectly with your meal.
Things to do in Playacar in July
Head indoors and see the incredible Cirque du Soleil stage performance of Joya, staged at the Vidanta Riviera Maya resort. The story follows a girl sent on an adventure by her grandfather. The 600-person theater was specifically built for the show, which like other Cirque shows, combines acrobatics, music and theater. You can purchase individual tickets or opt for a package deal that includes extras like dinner, champagne and VIP treatment.
For the foodies in the group, a food tour with Cozumel Chef is a great way to spend a warm July day exploring and eating. The Playa del Carmen Food Tour takes about two hours and visits several local eateries. On the tour, you'll get to try dishes like pozole, a Mexican stew; cochinita pibil, a Yucatan street taco; and locally-made ice cream. You'll also visit an open-air food market and learn what types of ingredients make Mexican cuisine so delicious.
Playa del Carmen Tours
The Jungle Maya Expedition from Playa del Carmen Tours combines numerous different activities, so if you can't decide what you want to do, try this one. During the tour, you get to ride in a fun 4x4 jungle truck, snorkel in the Nohoch Chich underground river, take a hike and swim in Yaxmuul Cenote and take part in a Mayan cleansing service. You'll also try zip-lining and rappelling.
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