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Cancun is a planned paradise, and this is evident when travelling along its enormous costera (coastal road), where some of the largest hotels in the country are found. What was once a..
From the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula to the sandy and blue Bacalar Lagoon, the Riviera Maya is a destination that conquers visitors at first sight. White beaches and turquoise..
Just 8 kilometres off the Yucatan peninsula, close to Cancun, is the lovely Isla Mujeres, or "Island of Women". A slender stretch of sand just 1 kilometre wide and 7 long, the island is..
Playa del Carmen, or just "Playa" as it is commonly known, is an ideallic and cosmopolitan beachside town on the Caribbean Sea, around 50 kilometres of 35 miles south of Cancun.
If there is a corner in Mexico that managed to capture the European splendor of the beginning of the 20th Century, it has to be the Montejo Avenue in Mérida. The magnificence of estates on..
It may well be that today it is one of the new wonders of the world, but the truth is that in Mexico, we have known for a long time that few things can match this Mayan city that hides in..
Located on the Yucatan Peninsula Tulum is one of Mexicos earliest holiday destinations. Early in this case means it was used by the ancient Mayans as a place of worship and relaxation...
In Campeche, you can still breathe the sort of relaxed air you find in a small town. The city’s small center, protected by a wall, hides houses that are surprisingly well conserved. It..
One of the best kept secrets in Mexico is hidden in the waters that surround this small island, quite near the coast of Playa del Carmen. As many other locations in the Caribbean, the sea..
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