Accommodations

Quickly becoming a more highly sought after tourist destination in the Mexican Caribbean, Valladolid is the perfect home base for exploration of Mayan culture. This is the town that most closely resembles what people imagine a Mayan city would be like, with bright architecture and folks who wear the Mayan style of dress. The cherry on top is the fact that it is located within an hour's drive of most of the region's major ruins. Rather than fancy resorts that encourage… more…

Restaurants

Dining options in Valladolid are heavily influenced by Mayan culture, with traditional Mexican cuisine and a few American favorites mixed. Many of the restaurants here are open air, but you can also find food at stands throughout the town, and there are a few elegant indoor options as well. Guests will have plenty of chances to experiment with local dishes throughout their stay in Valladolid. As you might assume, Mexican-style food is an especially sought after option… more…

Attractions

From the main plaza to the nearby cenotes,… more…

Activities

Valladolid boats a small town feel that makes tourists feel completely comfortable making it their home base as they explore the biggest sites in the surrounding area. If you take the time to learn about the town, however, you'll find plenty of activities that will encourage you to stay put such… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

As the third largest town in the Yucatan, there is a lot of terrain to… more…

Shopping

When it comes to shopping in the Mexican Caribbean,… 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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