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Valladolid Retirement Profile

Halfway between Cancun and Merida, this town of 35,000 is a good base for exploration.

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Swimming
Several cenotes, one right in town

Bike Riding
nice and flat, but best riding early morning or late afternoon because of heat

Good Food
some unusual Yucatecan dishes

Reading
why not? good way to avoid the midday heat

Museums
small San Roque musuem near main plaza

Ruins
excellent ruins, including Chichen Itza, Ek Balam, Coba and more 35 km or less

Sightseeing
not too much in town, but plenty to see in the vicinity

Handicrafts
hammocks, huipiles and other Yucatecan crafts

Birdwatching
great birdwatching at Rio Lagartos, several hours away by car

Colonial
Settled in the 16th century by the Spanish

Ocean
Cancun is 150 km away, northern beaches a little less

Town
With 35,000 inhabitants, this small city feels like a town

City
With 35,000 inhabitants, this small city feels like a town

Humid
Doesn't get much more humid than this!

Nature
cenotes for swimming, birdwatching at north coast; Isla Holbox has whale sharks

Single
Easy to talk to locals and other travelers

Simple
Simple pleasures, basic hotels and a low-key lifestyle

Middle Class
A few moderately priced hotels but mainly budget options

Remote
Yes, it's remote!

Mid-Range Hotels
Not lots of choices, but several pretty choices near the plaza

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VALLADOLID LOCAL LISTINGS


Hanal Pixan (Day of the Dead)

Valladolid, Yucatan

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Otono Cultural de Valladolid

Valladolid, Yucatan

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Feria de la Candelaria

Valladolid, Yucatan

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MexiGo Tours

Calle 43 # 204-C Centro
Valladolid, Yucatan
+9858560777

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