Cobá

Cobá is a Mayan word for "Water stirred by wind." The Mayan ruins at Cobá have been barely restored, merely cleared. Only a few of its estimated 6,500 structures have been uncovered, but the ones that have been are graceful and impressive.

These ruins are inland on the Cobá road at Tulum. They are located on a lovely lagoon and there are a few restaurants and small hotels there.

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ruins Chichen Itzá

The most popular of the Mayan archaeological sites in Mexico.

ruins Muyil

Muyil archeological site is located in the Sian Ka´an Biosphere.

ruins San Gervasio

Located on the island of Cozumel.

tulum Tulum

The only Mayan archaeological site located directly on the ocean.

ruins Xel-Ha Ruins

Located across the highway from the Eco-Park.

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