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Beachfront lots on the most beautiful beach in Yucatan

Gorgeous lots in a new charming gated community, only 40 minutes from Merida

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Privada Sisal is located in the quiet Village of Sisal. It offers a safe and healthy environment for your family.

With its stunning scenery and friendly atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to enjoy life in harmony with nature. Fishing, birds watching, kite surfing, paddleboarding and long walks on the beach are some of activities your family can enjoy.

Positioned on an endless sandy beach overlooking emerald-colored waters with thousands of pink flamingos behind it, Privada Sisal is synonymous with safety, tranquility and natural beauty.

Build your dream house on one of these available lots :

  • Beachfront (25 m x 130 m or 21 x 130 m) starting at US$161,000
  • 2nd row (23 m x 100 m) starting at US$69,000
  • Includes: Safe private entrance with closed gate, private streets, underground electricity and mature trees, including palms. Guaranteed property deeds, registered survey and clear titles.
  • Canadian-owned company; owners built their own house in Sisal 10 years ago.
  • A great community of Canadians, Americans and Europeans.

More photos, videos and informations on Privadasisal.com.

Contact:  privadasisal@gmail.com or call 1-844-666-5263 from Canada and USA (toll free). WhatsApp from Mexico: 1-819-432-1051

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