PROGRESO, Yucatan, Mexico - The port city of Progreso is famous for its 7km wharf, the longest in Mexico. Here you will find a bustling promenade popular with the locals as well as tourists. The beach has fine white sand, some of the thatched bars have swing seats. The local food is seafood, a seafood soup, fish cooked in banana...
Possibly a stop before or after New Orleans, this coast has a dizzy mixture of soul and food and music. It is very much Mexico, being just off the Yucatan Peninsula where the adventure of ruins and the history of Mayan Villages could begin. If you can be dragged away from the music and fun... what is there not...
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