Accommodations

Featuring the highest concentration of Mayan-related sites in the region, Costa Maya remains more remote than other destinations thanks to the fact that access is not so easy to come by as the Mayan Riviera. For this reason, you'll find there are fewer resorts. Instead, it is fishing- and eco-lodges, small hotels, guest houses, and villas that make up the most popular accommodationsavailable. You will find a few types of hotels to pick from in the area, including at least… more…

Hotels

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Beaches

The beaches of Costa Maya are a great way to experience the shores of the Mexican Caribbean at the finest and simplest. Clean, clear, and of course picturesque, these beaches feature very little development and also very little in the way of facilities. You'll discover a few beaches to consider visiting in the area. Simply click on specific names to get additional information concerning that particular stretch of sand. If you are looking for a place to snorkel, a location… more…

Restaurants

After a few days in Costa Maya, guests… more…

Attractions

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Activities

The newest major tourist destination in the Mexican Caribbean, Costa Maya has grown in popularity thanks to the cruise port that exists here. When a ship is in town, it can be hectic with people looking to shop and head to the beach, but other days it is your typical seaside community where… more…

Diving

Costa Maya is rife with small fishing villages that are not necessarily… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Bike tours are popular in the Costa Maya, but you can… more…

Fishing

Fishing is a great way to spend some of your time when… more…

Weather

Cancún, Cozumel, and the rest of the Mexican Caribbean have the sun's attention year-round. The region's annual more…

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