Island Villa UNOBSTRUCTED CARIBBEAN & BAY VIEWS

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • Villa

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 6

Type: Villa

Island Villa UNOBSTRUCTED CARIBBEAN & BAY VIEWS

ROMANTIC AMBIANCE - STUNNING VIEWS - PRIVATE VILLA

Words can hardly describe the experience of a stay at Casa VAYA VIDA on the breath-takingly beautiful southern point of Isla Mujeres. The villa is situated on the eastern most point of Mexico, on a cliff overlooking the incredible Caribbean turquoise waters of the Bay of Mujeres. An extraordinarily romantic and private villa, Vaya Vida is where the stars meet the sea. Whether you are celebrating a honeymoon, a small wedding, a commitment ceremony or just a wonderful break with family and friends, Vaya Vida is the place to come and be inspired.

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CASA VAYA VIDA ISLAND VILLA

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  • Overall rating
    4.9 / 5.0 based on 36 reviews

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Island Villa UNOBSTRUCTED CARIBBEAN & BAY VIEWS
Isla Mujeres, Yucatan-Mayan Riviera, Mexico

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Additional Location Information

The Villa is located at Punta Sur on Isla Mujeres off the Riviera Maya of Mexico.

The Villa’s backyard is nested on the Bay side and the front of the Villa faces the Caribbean Ocean. The width of the Island at the Villa is about 220 yards. (No buildings/obstructions between the Villa and the Ocean or the Bay.)

Punta Sur is located at the southern tip of Isla Mujeres, 20 meters above sea level, where the rising sun first touches Mexico. This is the highest elevation in the Yucatan.

The Punta Sur Cultural Center includes a variety of local vendors, ice cream shop, snack bar, and an open-air restaurant.

The Sculpture Park is an outdoor art exhibit in one of the most breathtaking, tropical settings. The Sebastian Foundation, along with 23 artists from Mexico and around the world, created this exhibit for Isla Mujeres in 2001. Famous sculptors such as Jose Luis Cuevas used modern shapes and bright hues to interpret the legendary spirit of the Mayan civilization.

The Mayan Temple to Ixchel is perched on the cliff at the very tip of the Island, where the Caribbean Ocean and Bay collide. In the Mayan culture, Ixchel is the Goddess of the Moon. Known as the wife of the Sun, she is alsoconsidered a fertility goddess with great healing powers.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront

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Car is not necessary

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