La Vagabunda

La Vagabunda is owned by a family from Marina di Massa, Toscana, Italy with almost half a century of experience in the restaurant industry. After vacationing in Playa del Carmen, they fell in love with the place, and decided to bring the family business to Mexico. Today, it is one of the more popular places to dine on the island.


The menu at La Vagabunda features a blend of Mexican and Italian fare, and a number of vegetarian offerings are also available.

La Vagabunda is a grill that serves Italian and Mexican dishes. One can expect the setting and food here to be very casual. When's the best time to come? They're open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so your family can try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.


Enjoy some of La Vagabunda's delicious food while sitting in the open air patio at this lively eatery.


Situated in downtown Playa del Carmen, La Vagabunda makes a convenient choice for those lodging nearby.

This section of Mexico has plenty of natural and cultural attractions, making it quite a very active area that's an attraction all its own. Two of the closest points of interest from the restaurant include El Faro Lighthouse and Plaza 28 De Julio Park, both of which are just a short drive from La Vagabunda.

Many guests are also on the lookout for the variety of fun activities nearby. Vacationers who find themselves anxious to tee off will surely have a blast at the nearby golf course, Playacar Golf Course, which is not too far from La Vagabunda. Though some guests will better enjoy a morning at El Faro, which you will find to be the most nearby beach and is only a half mile away. In addition, throughout the area you may get to visit another beach and a second golf course, for those extra hours of downtime.

Nearby Restaurants

For guests in the mood for a restaurant with some similar kinds of food or comparable prices, there are lots of nearby dining spots to consider, including Mamitas Beach Club. Look for it a few hundred yards to the east of this restaurant.

Of course, if you're looking for something a little different, this section of Mexico features an excellent range of dining establishments that will satisfy almost every type of diner. For example, you could also try Mexican food at Chelato's, which is less than a hundred yards away.

Credit Cards and Other Info

Expect to spend between $10 and $30(USD) at this spot.

La Vagabunda accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa.

Because La Vagabunda is open from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., you can take all of your meals here.

Contact Info

Location: Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Phone: (984) 873-3753




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