Tulum: The 80-mile stretch of coastline south of Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico -- now called the Riviera Maya and it has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past decade, becoming Mexico's fastest-growing resort area. Places like Playa de Carmen and Tulum have gone from small towns to booming resort developments. The tourist destination of Tulum is now divided into three main areas: the archaeological site, the pueblo or town, and the "hotel zone," or strip of beach lined with luxury small cabanas.
Tulum has coined the phrase "Eco Chic" to describe its laid back beachy attitude, and its trend setting cabana style resorts. Home to one of the most visited archaeological sites in The Riviera Maya; Tulum has much to offer to travelers and investors from all walks of life, travel styles, and investment budgets.