Felipe Carrillo Puerto (or simply Carrillo Puerto) is a municipality in the south-central part of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The municipal seat is the city of the same name. It was named after the assassinated local politician Felipe Carrillo Puerto. According to the 2010 census, the municipality's population was 75,026 inhabitants, living on an area of 13,806 square kilometres (5,331 sq mi).
The municipality borders Tulum Municipality to the north, Othón P. Blanco to the south, José María Morelos to the west, as well as Valladolid, Chichimilá, and Tixcacalcupul in the state of Yucatán to the northwest.
There were 216 populated localities (localidades) enumerated during the 2010 census, in addition to 167 unpopulated localities. The largest localities (cities, towns, and villages) are:
Map of the Municipality of Felipe Carrillo Puerto
|Felipe Carrillo Puerto
|Santa Rosa Segundo
|Source: INEGI Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía
XENKA-AM, a government-run indigenous community radio station, is based in Felipe Carrillo Puerto.