Mayan Ruins – Playacar
these Mayan remains are free to visit; commodity that can not be said for the maturity of remains scattered across the Yucatan. There's a connection between the remains of Playacar, also known as Xaman Ha, and other remains in the area on Cozumel Island deification of the Goddess Ixchel. Playacar handed a launching point for Maya women who set off on periodic pilgrimages to Cozumel.
This is your chance to see inconceivable Mayan heritage and culture so near to the hostel zone in Playa del Carmen. When the Spanish conquistadors arrived at Cozumel, Playacar was allowed to have been their coming stop and the first landmass agreement they stepped bottom on.
Only three spots from the original eight still remain and the area was nearly connected to Tulum and Coba through a trade network. There are detailed signs of the armature which made use of wood, gravestone, and win fronds.