Mayan ruins on the beach
Only a few archaeological pavilons in the world have their own beautiful beach as the mayan ruins in Tulum. Visit of this well preserved monument is spiced by ubiquitous iguanas basking on hot stones.
Temple of the God of the winds
Temple of the God of the wind built tactically on a small rocky promontory used to guard a small cove at the entrance to the complex. This beach is forbidden for entry, because sea turtles come here to lay eggs.
Sightseeing or rather swimming?
If you are going to Tulum, definitely pack a swimwear, because the beaches are really picturesque here.
The buildings here are quite massive and really evoke the remains of the fort.
Tulum is famous for its iguanas.
Just wait a moment and maybe you can see iguana yawning.
Pyramid El Castillo
The largest building in the fort is the castle.
Nice view of Castle
The most beautiful view of the castle is from the distance.
Just ruins remained from the Grand Palace till today.
It must have looked quite majestic in the times of its greatest glory.
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