Cancun is located in Quintana Roo, where Mayan culture shines on every corner.  Surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancun will make you wonder whether you are in a dream or else.

The splendorous and mystical ruins will take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (The temple of the scorpion) will amaze your eyes, and if you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium that will make you feel as if you are waking in a dream.

Visiting the Secret River will take you closer to the Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, and Xcaret, the most important eco-archaeological park in the country, will offer its charm so you can blend with the jungle. By the way, this splendorous place is why Cancun has been named the second most attractive destination for summer vacations in 2016 by Trip Advisor. 

The range of options for tourists of all ages that Cancun offers, go beyond your imagination, from Its trendy nightlife, one of the hottest in the country, to its underwater museum, Cancun has it all for travelers looking to have the vacation of their life. 

Welcome to Cancún

Cancun is a tale of two cities, with the Zona Hotelera offering majestic Caribbean beaches and Maya culture and Cancún Centro providing the local flavor.


One look at Cancún's aquamarine Caribbean waters and it makes perfect sense why planners back in the 1970s were so eager to develop the area as Mexico's next big resort destination. With about 19km of powdery white-sand beaches in the Zona Hotelera and a quieter 15km stretch of coast north of downtown, Cancún is a beach bum's haven. You'll find some of the most swimmable waters on the Zona Hotelera's north side, between Km 4 and Km 9, while north of Cancún Centro, Isla Blanca beckons with its long stretch of relatively undeveloped coastline.

Maya Culture

When most people think of Cancún, wild party town comes to mind. But rest assured that you can also soak up some Maya culture in between the fiestas. The Museo Maya de Cancún, a world-class museum with some 400 Maya artifacts on display, is a must-see and it's adjoining San Miguelito archaeological site is well worth checking out as well. For a day of ruins-hopping, head about 2km south to El Rey, known for its small temple and several ceremonial platforms. Cancún's Maya sites may not have the wow factor of say, a Chichén Itzá, but they provide intriguing historical context when paired with the museum visit.


From Yucatecan comfort food and atmospheric downtown taco joints to Michellin-starred haute cuisine in the Zona Hotelera, Cancún's diverse culinary scene keeps your tummy thoroughly content. Classic Yucatecan menu items such as cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork with achiote and orange juice) and panuchos (bean-filled fried tortilla snacks) rank among Mexico's most iconic dishes, while thatch-roofed restaurants serving high-quality fresh fish and seafood add yet another facet to the varied dining experience. A growing number of establishments specializing in contemporary Mexican cuisine draw on Caribbean and indigenous Maya recipes to create innovative regional dishes.

Outdoor Activities

Outdoorsy types and children will truly appreciate the activities on offer in Cancún. Great diving and snorkeling sites are nearby, including a famous underwater sculpture museum, and in addition to ocean dives, you can hook up tours to explore nearby cenotes (limestone sinkholes) and their fascinating underwater cave systems. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy a day trip from Cancún to Isla Contoy, an uninhabited island that provides great hiking, bird-watching and snorkeling opportunities. And, of course, there's the beach, where water activities range from swimming and kayaking to kiteboarding.

La isla de Cancun se encuentra ubicada en Quintana Roo, México, y rodeada por las claras aguas del Caribe, este cautivador territorio tiene todo listo para brindarte unas excelentes vacaciones!

Este es uno de los desarrollos turísticos más modernos e importantes del país. Lo caracterizan sus hermosas playas, cuya arena tiene la particularidad de ser fina y blanca por su origen de coral. Su mar de aguas transparentes posee una variedad de azules impresionante, que van del esmeralda al turquesa.

En está página podrás encontrar todo lo que necesitas para planear tus próximas vacaciones, desde hacer la reservación en el hotel en que deseas hospedarte, imprimir los mapas de la ciudad, obtener un descuento en tus compras, rentar un auto, comprar un tour, en fin, toda una gama de posibilidades

Cancun surgió en el escenario turístico hace 27 años, desde entonces, su belleza natural, su creciente infraestructura hotelera y la promoción que ha recibido, lo han convertido en uno de los sitios de recreo de fama mundial. Cerca de 99 hoteles de lujo y más de 20 kilómetros de hermosas playas han sido el motivo para que miles de turistas visiten Cancún cada año. Las expectativas y preferencias de cada turista pueden ser satisfechas con una calidad en los servicios a la altura de cualquier parte del mundo. Durante el día, Cancún ofrece una gran variedad de actividades entre deportes acuáticos como jet ski, paracaídas, buceo, jungle tour o simplemente tomar el sol y disfrutar de su mar incomparable. Cancún cuenta también con un campo de golf de 18 hoyos en Poktapok. Al terminar el día, la noche transcurre entre una gran variedad de opciones de entretenimiento como restaurantes, bares, y discoteques; donde también puede disfrutar de coloridos shows folklóricos y música en vivo. Cancún, el lugar más importante del Caribe Mexicano es el paraíso perfecto para disfrutar y descansar.