Magnificent white sand beaches caressed by warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, stand out as the most popular spots in the city. More than 130 hotels are located along the island, known as Hotel Zone.
On the west side of the island is Nichupté Lagoon, home to the best marinas, restaurants, shopping malls, three golf courses; and is the best spot to admire amazing sunsets. The energetic atmosphere of the island, emanates from its heart, which is an area known as the party zone, featuring the best nightclubs, bars, restaurants and shopping centers.
Offering 160 km of spectacular beaches beginning 20 minutes south of Cancun extending from the coastal town of Puerto Morelos south to Punta Allen. With unique accommodations, ranging from upscale hotels, all-inclusive resorts and boutique-style hotels to peaceful beach resorts amid lush jungle; first-class resort facilities are well equipped for conferences and banquets, impeccable service and exquisite cuisine. The most enchanting towns are Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos, and Tulum.
Tulum area is divided into three locations which are: the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Tulum hotel zone and the village.
The island Cozumel counts with the second largest reef system in the world, “the Great Maya Reef”. Along the coastline are numerous marinas, restaurants and beach cubs, it also has different Eco-parks and Mayan archaeological sites.
Access to Cozumel Island is through its own International Airport and offers a very efficient ferry operation between Playa del Carmen and Cozumel.
This beautiful island combines the beauty of the Caribbean, the dense tropical jungle and the wonderful heritage of the Mayan civilization. It stands out as one of Mexico´s natural treasures, a truly delightful paradise on earth.
Access to Isla Mujeres is only by sea with a different embarkation options exists between Cancun and Isla Mujeres.
The city of Merida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo “el Mozo” (the son), and built on the site of the ancient Maya city T’ho, meaning “city of five hills” which became the center of Mayan culture and activity in the Yucatan region. After the arrival of the Spanish, the ancient city’s five main pyramids were destroyed and their ruins used in the construction of Merida’s cathedral and other important buildings.
Merida is the capital and largest city in Yucatan state, and the cultural and financial capital of the region. It’s a modern, cosmopolitan city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, shops and boutiques. A major center of commerce, Merida Yucatan is considered the crossroads of the region and one of the most important places to experience the Mayan heritage.