Tulum (Graph Theory) is a site of late Mayan culture, located in the northeast of Yucatan Peninsula, about 130 kilometers away from the famous resort of Cancun, situated on the edge of the Caribbean Sea coast. Once a religious city at the end of the Mayan culture in the 14th century, the site is now well preserved. Among them, there are more than 60 stone buildings, the most famous of which is the Grand Temple of Castillo, which stands above a 12-meter cliff.
This Mayan site is the only Mayan monument by the sea and the last city-state in Mayan culture. Why can it stand? This is related to the topography of Tulum, which is protected by solid city walls on three sides and by the sea on the other side. The coastline is protected by natural reefs to resist foreign invasion.
Tulum is a Maya ruins adjacent to the Caribbean Sea, that is, the seascape house of that year. Oh, Haha, this is mainly the preservation of the late Maya buildings or relatively good. Then there are beaches in the scenic area, which are hot and can jump directly into the sea to cool off. It's great.
Located on the edge of a cliff in the Caribbean Sea, this ancient city was once the most prosperous religious city in the late Mayan culture. Although this place is not big, the human and natural landscape is amazing. And the sea breeze. If you are tired, look at the sea and relax your whole body.
It's a very good scenic spot! ___________ Toulon was the most important foreign trade port in the Mayan era, where Mexico first saw the sunrise, and where the Spanish first landed. Blue sea water, grey cliffs, and matched with historical relics of ancient architecture, it is very worth seeing!! ____________
Tulum Site, a town in the middle and late Mayan period, was also a beach site where Spaniards landed at that time. The buildings here were comparatively local, and there were guides to explain everywhere. So we could go over and explain it, but most of them were half and not half, so many things were checked by ourselves. The scenery here is quite good. There is a beach near here. It's very worthwhile to go. There are few people and beautiful scenery. But the parking lot here is about ten minutes'walk from the core area of the scenic spot. The entrance and exit are all in the same place. There is a cafe outside the entrance.
Tulun site is the site of the late Mayan civilization in the 14th century, which is well preserved. It's supposed to be a coastal fortress, because it's surrounded by the vast Caribbean Sea. The scenery was so beautiful that it was stifling. The ruins and broken walls of the ancient city seem to have merged with the beautiful scenery here, which is really a perfect combination of nature.
If you are interested in Mayan culture, don't miss the Tulun site. You can come by bus from Playa del Carmen, about an hour's drive. It would be more troublesome if we came from Cancun. The whole site is much larger than I thought, and it will take a lot of time to visit it well. The site is close to the sea and has a unique view compared with the Chiqin Icha site. You can go down to the beach to play.