Situated on the Mexican Riviera north of Akumal and south of Playa del Carmen along coastal Highway 307 (Carretera Federal 307), not far from the ferry to Cozumel island, Puerto Aventuras is a sunny beach and blue sky escape from the stresses and strains of modern life. Snorkel, scuba dive, swim with dolphins, sail, kayak, jet ski, windsurf, hike around ancient Mayan ruins, explore caves and cenotes, horseback ride, or golf. Or just relax, unwind, and work on your tan. A fine, money-saving alternative to conventional hotel resorts, you can choose beachfront or poolside for your Puerto Aventuras holiday rental villa, home, apartment, or condo.
Tee off onto Bermuda grass fairways and greens at the 9-hole, par 36 Puerto Aventuras Golf Course. Savor the butterflies, palm trees, and toucans. Enjoy long walks on the white sand beaches outside your money-saving Puerto Aventuras holiday rental. The powdery white beaches at Fatima Bay, Chan Yu Yum, and Chac Hal Al all have relatively shallow waters suitable for families with kids. Enjoy the local shops, restaurants, and bars where the Margarita’s are large and loaded with extra pours of tequila. Go for a pizza and Margarita’s at the pub. Or order tacos, fajitas, and seafood cooked on open-air grills at local hangouts like Gringo Dave’s.
Located inside a gated community where the streets buzz with motorized golf carts, Puerto Aventuras Marina houses a fishing fleet that brings in morning and afternoon catches. Get a heads-up on what the local restaurants will be serving. Or buy snapper, Wahoo, grouper, mackerel, barracuda, and tuna directly from the fishermen for a money-saving, stay-at-home family meal in your Puerto Aventuras holiday rental. Perhaps book a deep-sea fishing trip, and then relax and let a local restaurant cook your catch. The full-service, deep-draught Marina has its own Immigration and Customs. So you can come in your own boat, up to 100 feet and 9-foot draft.
Visit the underground caverns of Ecopark Kantun Chi. Swim, snorkel, or kayak in natural water holes called cenotes, where the ancient Mayans practiced their religious rituals and came to purify their souls. Tour guides will educate the whole family on the geological formations, including stalagmites and stalactites. If the ancient Maya inspire your curiosity, then take daytrips to the ruins at Tulum, Coba, and Playa del Carmen. Kids may enjoy the animal displays at Xcaret Ecopark. Learn about the birds of southeastern Mexico at Aviario Xaman-Ha. Come home more relaxed and tanned, with good memories from your money-saving Puerto Aventuras holiday rental.