Yucatan Peninsula Travel Guide and Vacation Rentals

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Travel Guide and Vacation Rentals in the Yucatan Peninsula

The Yucatan Peninsula is a world in itself. World famous for its beaches and the remains of the impressive Mayan civilization, this privileged section of Mexico is worthy of a great trip. Most of those who arrive here stay in one of the great resorts of the coast; Cancun, Playa del Carmen or any of the towns stretching the 140 kilometers of the Riviera Maya, such as Tulum and Bacalar. But the peninsula is much more than the white-sand beaches that make it so popular, be sure to visit the Cenotes and walk the pyramids of Chichén Itzá, or visit the cultural hub of Merida, and much more…

Popular Yucatan Destinations

From Cancun to Tulum and Playa del Carmen to Celestun, meet the famous vacation destinations in the Yucatan Peninsula.

The Yucatan Peninsula is not only one of the most beautiful places in Mexico, but it is also considered one of the safest in the country. A paradisiacal place, having been one of the sites of Mayan life, has many cities with pyramids and a great historical and cultural richness. In addition, you will find modern cities such as Cancun and Playa del Carmen, with resorts, clubs, and bars. Everything is easily accessible on the Yucatan Peninsula, so taking advantage of the big city, virgin beaches, and Mayan life is all possible during your vacation in the area.



Akumal is the oldest tourist development in the Mexican Caribbean, even before Cancun. From the end of the fifties of the last century, divers and explorers had their eyes on the Caribbean jewel of Akumal.

Akumal Travel Guide


The Laguna de Bacalar is one of those destinations that, no matter how many photos you see or stories you read on the internet, you will not be able to totally understand the beauty fully until you see it for yourself.

Bacalar Travel Guide


Campeche or San Francisco de Campeche is the capital of the State of Campeche, in Mexico, whose historical, cultural, natural and gastronomic wealth make this place a true paradise for travel lovers.

Campeche Travel Guide


Cancun is the main attraction in the Riviera Maya, 120 kilometers of Mexican coast in the Caribbean Sea, full of natural beauty and treasures of the Mayan culture.

Cancun Travel Guide
Celestun Yucatan


Visitors come to Celestun for one reason: the pink flamingos. These extraordinary pink birds fly every year to the mangroves that are in the area to breed, feed, and live.

Celestun Travel Guide

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