Discover the Mayan ruins in Tulum and stay at one of Mexico’s best resorts

Tulum is a true paradise in Quintana Roo where, in addition to swimming on an idyllic beach, you can visit the spectacular Mayan ruins.

Tulum has something special that draws everyone in. Its beauty is heightened thanks to its sea-front location and a paradisiacal beach right at its feet (one of the best on the Riviera Maya) where you can enjoy some of the most crystal-clear waters possible, together with Playa del Carmen beach. The Barceló Maya Grand Resort, located very close to Quintana Roo (in the Tulum area), has become the perfect choice for those who enjoy excursions and want to visit the impressive Mayan ruins in Tulum, part of Mexico’s archaeological and cultural heritage.

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