Positioned mid-point between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, this peaceful little fishing village possesses a natural charm reflecting its proximity to the coral reef (2nd largest in the world) and the values of its namesake – independence leader Jose Maria Morelos, “Live and Let Live “.
There are annual festivals and celebrations throughout the year that express a real joy of life. PM is also within striking range of world class Mayan ruins, a variety of natural parks and even whale sharks, while offering a window onto the world of modern Mexican life. Daily excursions venture out to the nearby natural wonders of Ruta de los Cenotes, the Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour reviewed on Trip Advisor out to Choj Ha cenote, Ek Balam ruin, Xel-Ha lagoon, Xcaret, Tulum, Coba, Chichen Itza and much much more.
Discover its book and craft shops, dive and snorkeling shops, and many restaurants from charming local favorites to those offering elegant international cuisine, including our own soon-to-be Café Layla ( opening Fall 2015 ) which will offer up breakfasts and lunches with fresh local ingredients and flavors.