It is one of the most important places in the Yucatan Peninsula. It has one of the most important and extended location of Mayan ruins, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea. Due to this imposing main attraction, it is the most photogenic site in the region and, perhaps, in the entire country. The city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; with warm starry nights and clear turquoise waters, it is the only archaeological site that sits on the seashore. Other huge temptation to visit is the cenotes, which are locations with groundwater. They can be open air, semi-open and underground or in a cave. These cave-shaped destinations give you the feel of a Lost World.