Yucatán and Campeche States Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Yucatán and Campeche States - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Mérida 18

Campeche City 17

Valladolid 6

Izamal 4

Ticul 3

Celestún 2

Chichén Itzá 2

Uxmal 2

Reserva de la Biosfera Calakmul 1

Hormiguero 1

Chicanná 1

Becán 1

Xpujil 1

Hochob 1

Santa Rosa Xtampak 1

Edzná 1

Reserva de la Biósfera Ría Lagartos 1

Xcambo 1

Dzibilchaltún 1

Grutas de Balancanchén 1

Oxkintoc 1

Yaxcopoil 1

Grutas de Loltún 1

Labná 1

Sayil 1

Kabah 1

Ek Balam 1

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Archaeological Site/ Ruins 19

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Aké

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This compact archaeological site east of Mérida offers the unique opportunity to view architecture spanning two millennia in one sweeping...

Arte Maya

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

This ceramics workshop produces museum-quality replicas of archaeological pieces found throughout Mexico. It also creates souvenir-quality...

Baluarte de San Carlos

  • Museum/Gallery

This bastion, where Calle 8 curves around and becomes Circuito Baluartes, houses the Museo de la Ciudad. The museum contains a small...

Baluarte de San Pedro

  • Military Site

Built in 1686 to protect the city from pirate attacks, this bastion flanked by watchtowers now houses one of the city's few worthwhile...

Baluarte de Santiago

  • Military Site

The last of the bastions to be built has been transformed into the X'much Haltún Botanical Gardens. It contains more than 200 plant...

Baluarte de la Soledad

  • Military Site

The largest of the bastions was originally built to protect the Puerta de Mar, a sea gate that served as one of four original entrances...

Becán

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

An interesting feature here is the defensive moat—unusual among ancient Mayan cities—though barely evident today. Seven ruined gateways,...

Calle 59

  • Neighborhood/Street

Some of Campeche's finest homes were built on this street between Calles 8 and 18. Most of the two-story structures were originally dual-purpose...

Casa Seis

  • House/Mansion/Villa

One of the city's earliest colonial homes now serves as a cultural center. Fully restored, its rooms are furnished with period antiques...

Casa de Montejo

  • Building/Architectural Site

Three Franciscos de Montejo—father, son, and nephew—conquered the peninsula and founded Mérida in January of 1542, and they completed...

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