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Virgin jungle land at Chichen Itza is ready for development

31 hectares, in the heart of the Mayan world, is just 5 miles from Chichen Itza ruins

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Here is an opportunity to take advantage of the growing demand for agri-tourism and eco-resorts at the most well-known Maya archaeological site of Chichen Itza.

Just five miles from the Chichen Itza ruins is 31 hectares / 76.57 acres of virgin jungle in the heart of the Mayan world.

The land for sale is at 128 Km Merida-Puerto Juarez, Cancún Highway. It has 310 lineal meters facing the highway, and is 1,000 lineal meters long.

Either residential or commercial construction is feasible on the site.

The owner has paved the path to make it easy. It is already wired for electricity, a water well and an INAH permit. A topographic survey is also included.

Title and documentation is clear and clean and 2019 property taxes have been paid.

All services are available at the nearby town of Piste. The area has hotels and restaurants, a bus stop, and is an easy drive to four international airports: Chichen Itza, Merida, Cancun and Cozumel.

Distances:
Chichen Itza International Airport: 3 miles
Balankanche Caves: 4 miles
Cenote Ik-Kiil: 4.5 miles
Chichen Itza Ruins: 5 miles
Maya Museum: 12 miles
Cenote D’tzinup: 18 miles
Valladolid: 20 miles
Ek-Balam Ruins: 30 miles
Ria Lagartos-Flamingos Sanctuary: 40 miles
Merida: 80 miles
Cancun: 120 miles
Tulum: 120 miles
Playa del Carmen: 140 miles
Cozumel: 160 miles

The property is offered at USD$1,000,000 (one million U.S. dollars). Contact agent: Gabriel Munguía, WhatsApp: +52 1 999 233 6055, gabriel@sendabienesraices.com

More information at www.chichenitzaforsale.com

Chichen Itza

About Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza remains open to the public 365 days of the year, and receives at least 5,000 tourists per day, and up to 10,000 daily visitors in the high season.

Chichen Itza is protected by the 1972 Federal Law on Monuments and Archaeological, Artistic and Historic Zones and was declared an archaeological monument by presidential decree in 1986. The pre-Hispanic city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

On July 7, 2007, Chichen Itza was chosen as one of the Modern Seven Wonders of the World. 


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