Playa del Carmen

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The first recorded visitors to the beaches of what is now Playa del Carmen came during the Early Classic Period (a.d. 300-600) of the Mayan civilization. Then called Xaman-Ha, or "waters of the north," Playa del Carmen was a rest stop of sorts for travelers making their way from the great cities of the Mayan world to the island of Cozumel. These travelers readied their dugout canoes and prepared for the journey across the straits on the same shores that now house the restaurants, hotels, and nightspots of modern-day Playa del Carmen.

During the post-Classical period (a.d. 1000-1500), the areas around Playa del Carmen, Cancún, and Cozumel served as a major trade route and religious center, and the Mayan culture flourished and prospered. At its height, the walled city of Tulum contained splendors beyond belief, and the nearby town of Cobá was a spiritual center of the entire Mayan empire, with a population of nearly fifty thousand. Near the end of this period, the populations dwindled as the natives dispersed due to storms and wars and to seek gentler climates.

Residential

Developments

Arrivee Bacalar

Mayakoba City

An innovative model of inclusive, planned and pro-sustainable community of 409 hectares that will host modern residential and commercial developments of different characteristics like: educational institutions, hospitals, shopping center, spaces for entertainment, art & culture, in addition to shops, restaurants and sports areas, extensive green areas, biological corridors, pedestrian walkways, bike paths and much more.An innovative model of inclusive, planned and pro-sustainable community of 409 hectares that will host modern residential and commercial developments of different characteristics like: educational institutions, hospitals, shopping center, spaces for entertainment, art & culture, in addition to shops, restaurants and sports areas, extensive green areas, biological corridors, pedestrian walkways, bike paths and much more.

Commercial

Developments

Aldea Umm Presentation

Gran Parque Metropolitano

A captivating 24.71 acres (10 ha) Great Metropolitan Park, endorsed by the UN and unique in the region. All of this featured in perfect balance between green surroundings and the modern infrastructure of Ciudad Mayakoba. 

Aldea Umm Presentation

Mayan Train

Running more than 900 miles from the beach resorts of Cancún to the Mayan archaeological site at Palenque, this rail project would link towns, cities, and tourist attractions in five southern states, Quintana Roo, Yucatan, Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas. Planners expect a ridership of 8,000 passengers a day, evenly split between locals and tourists.

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