South of Playa del Carmen in Riviera Maya you’ll find Tulum: the latest Yucatán town to earn the spotlight for its relaxed, funky atmosphere, incredible food, and truly one-of-a-kind Mayan ruins. Tulum can be divided into three areas: the zona hotelera (hotel zone), pueblo (town), and the archaeological site of Tulum, one of the best preserved Mayan sites in the world, consisting of over 60 structures built on a cliffside overlooking the sea. Also high on the list of attractions, of course, are the beaches: soft sand, blue-green water, and gentle surf make for heavenly sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling. Lining the shoreline are hip boutiques, bars, and restaurants with fresh, local fare that have earned Tulum the reputation of a foodie’s paradise. The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—lies just outside the town and features tropical forests, wetlands, and lagoons you can explore via guided nature tours. And you can’t visit Tulum without swimming in cenotes, natural freshwater pools formed from collapsed caverns and connected by underwater rivers. With gorgeous natural beauty and a host of dining and shopping options, it’s easy to see why Tulum has become one of the hottest Mexico vacation spots for savvy travelers.
Our Tulum villas boast stunning beachfront locations with oceanview bedrooms, private swimming pools, and spacious outdoor dining and lounge areas. Some of our luxury vacation rentals are even located within the pristine landscape of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, and many include amenities like kayaks and snorkeling equipment so you can take full advantage of beachfront living. As is the case with many of our Mexico villas, some also include staff like a private cook, concierge, or butler. When you stay in a beachfront villa, your Tulum vacation is guaranteed to be no less than extraordinary.
Riviera Maya / Sian Kaan
Riviera Maya / Tulum
Set at the edge of a tropical jungle, in between the trees and under the moving shadows, Tulum Treehouse is a collaborative space the brings together design with the artisanal traditions of the Yucatan region.