Puerto Morelos

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Puerto Morelos has a unique personality, it is an authentic fishing village typical of the Mexican Caribbean with a calm, bohemian and relaxed atmosphere that allows you to connect with the simplicity of its people. It is an adventure destination where wonderful natural attractions such as mangroves, cenotes, and an exuberant jungle stand out. 

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Puerto Morelos Real Estate

Residential Developments

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The Fives

The Fives Oceanfront-Puerto Morelos offers spacious beachfront residences in an authentic and contemporary retreat-like setting where you can fully experience the allure of nature. All residences are delivered fully furnished and equipped.




Mayakaan Residences Riviera Maya, is a luxury community with 300 residences delivered with high quality finishes and materials exclusively crafted by Mexican artisans.

The residences are fully furnished, in an enviroment of jungle and relaxation, where you can enjoy this paradise simply by stepping out of your terrace.


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Mukta is located in the heart of the Riviera Maya, 45 minutes distance to Cancun International Airport and 30 minutes to beautiful beaches. This development has 930,000 m2 of total area and 230,000 m2 of recreational and free areas, with 8 increadible amenities and 14 theme parks. Designed each space to inspire each of your senses with the aim of creating unforgettable experiences.



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Grand Outlet will be the world’s largest Outlet “Malltertainment”, a place where international visitors could enjoy unlimited shopping, international cuisine and the best entertainment options. 

It will be located in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, a wealthy area that is conveniently near the beach and the Cancun International Airport.



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.