The fun does not end here. It continues at the feverish Fifth Avenue,
the most attended of Playa del Carmen
, packed with
cafes, restaurants of cosmopolitan aromas, bars, discotheques, craftsmanship
stores, and scuba diving centres, besides the contagious happiness
of the musicians and mimes who do not get tired of offering their
art on this important avenue.
Luxury and comfort live at Playacar, a tourist complex with first class sophisticated hotels and commercial establishments that respect the natural environment and the traditional architectonic features. The same care for the environment is taken at Xcaret, an emblematic Mayan seaport and ceremonial centre, now turned into an unrivalled eco-archaeological park.
Xel-Ha is another pre-Hispanic vestige and, at the same time, one of the biggest natural aquariums in the planet. An unforgettable place in which beautiful landscapes are complemented by the Mayan constructions; whilst Akumal is a peaceful bay to which hundreds of sea turtles arrive to lay eggs.
The adventure pack of cards offers other aces such as Tulum, the only Mesoamerican city built at the Mayan Riviera; Coba, the most important city of the northern part of the Yucatan peninsula, or the ecological stronghold of the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an, where nature is manifest in many ways.
Playa del Carmen
, located 60 kilometres away from
Cancun, is one of the preferred destinations of the Mexican Caribbean,
because if something remains untainted in this land in which so
many things have changed, is its endless capacity to seduce travellers.