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  1. Few Mexican destinations can dazzle you with ancient Maya ruins, azure Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico waters and colonial cities all in one fell swoop. Actually, there's only one – the Yucatán Peninsula. The peninsula comprises parts of Belize and Guatemala, as well as three separate Mexican states: Yucatán, Quintana Roo and Campeche.
  2. Shop for Yucatan (Progreso) Mexico excursions to enjoy during your day in port. Choose your Yucatan (Progreso) Mexico excursion based on reviews, prices, duration and more!
  3. The history of Yucatan proper, begins from the Spanish conquest, in the first half of the XNUMXth century. Before that, the territory that today is called the Yucatan Peninsula, was a territorial space in which the Mayan people and culture developed, probably for more than a millennium, and which was called by the Maya themselves, the Mayab.
  4. Yucatan's location on a peninsula jutting between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea means lots of gorgeous scenery here, from sandy beaches to coastal marshes. Enjoying the great outdoors is as easy as walking out your back door, if you select one of the many Yucatan vacation rentals located near the beaches of Progreso.
  5. Yucatán Peninsula, Spanish Península de Yucatán, a northeastern projection of Central America, lying between the Gulf of Mexico to the west and north and the Caribbean Sea to the east.
  6. The Hotel Riu Yucatan (24h All Inclusive) is located just 3km from the resort of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, in a seaside location with turquoise water and white sand where an excellent atmosphere is guaranteed.. With the All Inclusive service you’ll find it easy to enjoy a relaxing holiday as the hotel offers the best facilities, including three fresh water swimming pools, one of which.
  7. Jan 20,  · Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is a vast coastal region brimming with tropical beaches, spectacular wildlife, ancient Mayan ruins, small villages, and adventure activities. The Yucatan Peninsula is a place of emerald waters turning to turquoise waves crashing on perfectly white coral-sand beaches. Some of the best in Mexico!

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