60 meters beachfront by 52 meters deep. Seller Motivated. Located 7 Km north Xcalak Town.
Federal Beach Zone Concession available. Sandy beach, See the vodeo below!. Contact us
The Costa Maya is on the Caribbean coast of Mexico and starts in the south at the Belize border and continues for approximately 100 miles north terminating at the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve. The world’s second largest barrier reef passes just off-shore from the Costa Maya and it is known for its world class snorkeling, fly fishing and scuba diving.
There are only two towns with any appreciable population, Mahahual is located near the center of the Costa Maya and is close to a cruise ship port. Several thousand people live there, many of whom are employed by businesses that cater to the tourists that disembark from the cruise ships. Mahahual has seen rapid growth over the last decade including construction of small hotels and condominiums. Xcalak is a small village located in the southern part of the Costa Maya that has approximately 400 inhabitants who make their living from fishing and servicing eco-tourists that come there for sport fishing and diving. There is a growing ex-pat community there as well.
The Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Xcalak is a ecologically protected area that starts at the border of Belize and includes Xcalak and the coast north to a point approximately halfway between Xcalak and Mahahual. Both Mahahual and Xcalak are departure points for dive trips to the Chinchorro Banks atoll reef system that is located approximately 20 miles offshore.
Infrastructure Projects That Could Increase Property Values In The Costa Maya:
The Mayan Train is under construction and is scheduled to be operational in 2024. The train route will circle around the Yucatan Peninsula with a spur going southwest to Palenque (see map below). Of special interest to the Costa Maya is the section from Cancun to Chetumal. Along this route the train will stop at the Cancun International Airport, Puerto Morelos, Playa Del Carmen, Xcaret, Puerto Aventuras, Akumal, Tulum, Tulum International Airport (under construction, scheduled to be completed in 2024), Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Limones, Bacalar and Chetumal. The closest stop to the Costa Maya will be in Limones which is 45 minutes from Mahahual. The train will connect travellers to the Costa Maya to international airports in Cancun, Tulum and Chetumal.
Tulum International Airport is under construction and scheduled to be completed in 2024. This airport will provide a closer alternative to the Cancun Airport for people travelling to the Costa Maya.
Bridge connecting Calderitas to the Xcalak – Mahahual Rd. has been proposed that will connect the state capitol of Chetumal to the Costa Maya. There have been no funds allocated as of yet to start the project. The intention of this proposal is to shorten the drive time by one hour between Chetumal and the Costa Maya.