If you are one of those who follow celebrities through their social networks and keep up to date with the news of the show, surely you will have noticed that celebrities love to visit the Riviera Maya and especially Tulum. With more than 120 kilometers of Caribbean coast that start from the south of the Cancun International Airport, this tropical paradise has one of the best beaches in the world and with easy access to various entertainment options, nightlife and shopping, so it’s nothing surprising that the stars can not get away from the Mexican Caribbean for long.

To this corner of the Caribbean and that the Italian edition of Vogue baptized as “the new Goa”, are famous and not so famous to forget about their Jimmy Choo and wear the Hawaiian; either for a few days or even to stay. Big names in these lands include Leonardo DiCaprio, Paris Hilton, Cara Delevigne and Sienna Miller, as well as Demi Moore, Heather Graham, Nina Dobrev, Kristin Cavallari, the entire cast of Vanderpump, as well as Richard Gere, Naomi Watts and Danica Patrick in New Year time.

Boho-chic gypset (sum of gypsy and jet set) or the tuluminati style, are the neologisms used to describe the atmosphere that is breathed here. Yoga classes, hipster beards and tanned skins abound. Many luxury expats from Milan, Buenos Aires or Los Angeles have come to open their pizzeria or their small craft boutique. Most people travel by bicycle, many of the restaurants, bars, and shops are outdoors and there are many organic and vegetarian options to satisfy diners interested in their health.

The style of life in Tulum has generated significant real estate growth in the last decade, but the area still prides itself on its strong commitment to sustainability. In addition to beaches, climate and gastronomy, it is a friendly approach to the environment that attracts celebrities committed to ecology such as Dicaprio.

Of course, celebrities always know where to find the best food, so take a moment to see where they have been seen in Tulum, because you will surely find great culinary options. No conversation about where to eat in Tulum would be complete without mentioning Hartwood, which changes its menu night after night, each dish is cooked to perfection over low heat and the tickets are priced at a reasonable price ($ 15 to $ 30 dollars) per person.

A drink after dinner at Casa Jaguar is also a must, and the modern Mexican food at Gitano is out of this world. For something more unexpected, head to Posada Margherita and experience an Italian cuisine with a beautiful Caribbean view.

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