Whether you are looking for a strong brew to wake you up or an iced latte to keep you cool, there is a place ready to pour good coffee for you. Tulum has a variety of good cafes other than Starbucks. I know that coffee snobs and caffeine junkies want the best, that’s why I listed down Tulum’s top 5 coffee spots.
Where To Get Good Coffee in Tulum:
|• Italdo Pasteleria: Best Coffee Shop|
• Campanella Cremerie: Best for Dessert
• Ki’ Bok Cafe Gourmet: Most Popular
• DelCielo: Best For Breakfast Food
• Tulum Art Club: Best for Creatives
Top 7 Best Coffee Shops in Tulum
1. Italdo Pasteleria: Best Coffee Shop
Italdo Pasteleria is a cozy patisserie located in the budding neighborhood of La Veleta. It serves amazing coffee, mouthwatering pastries, and artisanal food. Their delectable desserts are beautifully presented and served by delightful wait staff. Enjoy Italdo’s best-selling almond croissant with their locally roasted coffee. They also have vegetarian-friendly and vegan options.
Address: Av. 5 Sur Col. La Veleta, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77760 Mexico
2. Campanella Cremerie: Best for Dessert
Campanella Cremerie is a cute little coffee spot in Aldea Zama known for its award-winning gelato. This is the best place to go to for dessert. Finish off your meal with their luscious Italian ice creams and coffees. Some of the crowd favorites are their cold brew tower, matcha tea with ginger, and Belgian waffles. Vegan and gluten-free options are also available.
Address: Av. Tulum Between calles Acuario Norte & Jupiter Norte, Colonia Centro, Tulum 77780
3. Ki’ Bok Cafe Gourmet: Most Popular
Ki’Bok is a three-level coffee shop and bar in downtown Tulum. This family-owned coffee shop offers some of the best drinks in town! They source their hot coffee blends from Veracruz and their iced coffee from Chiapas. Beans grown from these places produce some of the best quality coffee. Ki’Bok offers a variety of coffee and tea. But regulars recommend their signature drink, the Hemingway. It’s absolutely divine!
Address: Calle Centauro Sur S/N, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77710 Mexico
4. DelCielo: Best For Breakfast
Jumpstart your morning with a hearty meal at DelCielo Bistro. What started as a bakery in 2015 is now Tulum’s favorite breakfast place in downtown Tulum. It serves breakfast and brunch, and also recently started serving dinner. DelCielo is also famous for its thirst-quenching juices and excellent coffee. Coffee lovers especially liked their espresso. Vegan and gluten-free options are available, too.
Address: Av. Satelite, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780 Mexico (in front of Scotia Bank)
5. Tulum Art Club: Best for Creatives (And Serves The Best Avocado Toast)
Tulum Art Club (TAC) is more than a hip art gallery. It’s a community hub where artists, coffee dealers, vegans, and tourists hang out. As an independent cultural center, TAC also hosts art classes and events every week. Their cafe serves good coffee, tasty smoothies, and delicious food. Their avocado toast seems to be a cult favorite. High-speed wifi and air conditioning are available for digital nomads looking for a decent working space.
Address: Av. Tulum Mz 1, Tulum Centro, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77760 Mexico
Located right across Tulum Art Club is another trendy vegetarian-friendly coffee shop called Prieto. It serves great coffee, appetizing acai bowls, and filling breakfast meals. This healthy family-style cafe is also known for its frozen yogurts. Their strange yet surprisingly good charcoal froyo is a must-try. Dogs are welcome here, too!
Address: Av. Tulum Esquina Satelite Sur Local Gris, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77760 Mexico
7. BABEL Café
BABEL is another option for when you need a conducive place to work or study. Almost all their tables have an electrical socket and their wifi is fast and reliable. They offer strong and great quality coffee. This coffee shop is one of the oldest on Avenida Tulum road. With its amazing coffee and friendly waitstaff, no wonder why BABEL is still one of Tulum’s best.
Address: Av. Tulum Between Osiris and Beta Norte, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780 Mexico
Coffee is not something you have to worry about when you visit Tulum. You can get your caffeine fix anywhere in town (and even on the beach)! But if you want a good cup of joe, these places are your best options. Be sure to visit these cafes on your next Tulum trip.