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  Yucatan Peninsula Directory

Use the links to the left to find businesses in the Yucatan Peninsula.


The Yucatan Pennisula is made up of the three states of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatan.


It includes the capitals of each state, Campeche (Campeche), Chetumal (Quintana Roo), and Merida (Yucatan) and of course the major resort areas of Cancun, Cozumel, and Playa del Carmen.


Not to mention the hidden gems of Akumal, Grutas de Balankanche, Isla Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Rio Lagartos, and Xel-Ha. Plus the cities of Escarcega, Progresso, Ticul and Valladolid.


The Yucatan peninsula is quite different than the rest of Mexico. The feeling you have as you travel and meet the people is more relaxed, more tranquil. This, no doubt, is do to the Maya and their history. Even the land around you seems different. Although you will find examples of modern and colonial lifestyles, it is the Mayan legacy which creates the sense of another world. The ruins of the past are plentiful. Some of the major sites include Chichen Itza, Coba, Edzna, Kabah, Tulum and Uxmal You may also find more information in the MEXonline Pre-Columbian Directory.


The Yucatan peninsula remains one of the most popular travel destinations in Mexico with visitors from around the world. Most tourists can be found on the white sand beaches and in the crystal clear waters on the Caribbean side, but as you will see the peninsula has much to offer.


Check out our maps of Akumal, Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and other Yucatan Destinations

Maya Ruins of Tulum



Beaches of Cancun

Beaches of the Maya Riviera


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