Pretty beachfront house in the quaint fishing village of El Cuyo on the Yucatan Peninsula, 3 hours from Cancún, 2 hours from UNESCO world heritage center, Chichén Itzá, and three and a half hours from the colonial city of Merida, capital of the Yucatan State.
This lovely beachside home features all you need for a tranquil get-away from it all. Enjoy the privacy of your own home on the sand, with a full kitchen and bath, and an updated modern interior mixed with the traditions of the Yucatan.
El Cuyo is a charming fishing village that is a hidden treasure of the Yucatan coast. Here you can enjoy the tranquility of life by the sea, read a good book, walk along the beach, and take in beautiful sunsets. Kiteboarding, paddle boarding, kayaking and sports fishing are readily available.
This quiet and charming village on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula is nestled in the National Park of Ria Lagartos, the home of sea turtles that visit the beach shores between June and August to lay their eggs in the warm sand.
With more than 250 varieties of birds, Río Lagartos is internationally famous for bird watching. As you arrive in El Cuyo, you cross over a red lagoon -- the color is the result of a high concentration of salt. The red water in the lagoon is the source of the color of over 20,000 pink flamingos that make their home here between January and September!
Full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, kitchenware, coffee maker, microwave and blender.
Interaction with guests
The owner is available at any time to help you with anything you need.
Other things to note
The sun shines on average between 240 and 253 days per year on the Yucatan Peninsula, so El Cuyo is a year-round destination. During high season, from December to April, the weather is usually sunny, with temperatures around 85ºF (30ºC) during the day and no less than 65ºF (18ºC) at night.