Tulum Beach Paradise

Shopping on site
Restaurants on site
Golf Course 25 minutes driving
Airport 90 minutes driving
Groceries 5-10 minutes driving

Community Information


As you may know, Tulum is a pre-Columbian Mayan Archaeological Site, one of the important Mayan Cities located on a spectacular 39 ft high cliff, along the Yucatan Peninsula. It was one of the last cities constructed and inhabited by the Maya on the Caribbean Sea, only 5 km south of Tulum Town and Tulum Beach.
As you may know, Tulum is a pre-Columbian Mayan Archaeological Site, one of the important Mayan Cities located on a spectacular 39 ft high cliff, along the Yucatan Peninsula. It was one of the last cities constructed and inhabited by the Maya on the Caribbean Sea, only 5 km south of Tulum Town and Tulum Beach. The town is small yet, still, in my opinion an authentic taste of Mexico with friendly local people, souvenir and handicraft shops, great Mexican restaurants, and all with-in 5-10 minutes drive of the Sea and its world famous beaches. The beach in Tulum has been recognized by Trip Advisor as one of the best beaches in Mexico. The Beach area of Tulum and its surroundings, have a bohemian ambiance with everything you might require in a unique eco-chic life style. Small hotels and Cabaas produce their own electricity, recycle, compost and live eco conscious. Along the main Avenue there are not only hotels but, world-class restaurants with a wide selection of cuisines. Eateries range from fresh grilled, vegetarian, vegan & raw, to the best pasta, sea food and pizzas, not to leave out the home-made gelato. Tulum Beach is definitely a place to nourish your senses and satisfy your soul. Trip Advisor February 17, 2016: It is unsurprising that Mexico features in the top 25, particular with Paraiso in Tulum, which ranked 21st in the world Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3449182/You-ll-DEFINITELY-wish-TripAdvisor-names-best-beaches-world-Caribbean-takes-honours.html#ixzz493DAAjPE Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Directions

Drive south from Cancun Airport towards Chetumal. Passing Playa del Carmen (35 minutes) you will get to Tulum. Turn left in the first traffic light (there's a San Francisco market on one corner and a 7 Eleven on the other) and you will get to the beach area.

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