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La Paz , Rocky Point, Puerto Vallarta, Lake Chapala, Valle de Bravo, Campeche, Merida, Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, Akumal, Tulum, Costa Maya, Cabo San Lucas


Located onthe Yucatan Peninsula insoutheastern Mexico, Cancun is known as a major tourist destination. Cancun is a very large city by area covering 764 square miles. There are approximately 722,800 people living in Cancun.

Cancun is a relatively new city having been established in 1970 by the Mexican government. Cancun is most notable for its 14 miles of incredibly beautiful beaches overlooking the Caribbean Sea. As a major tourist hot spot, Cancun has over 26,000 hotel rooms. Major colleges in Cancunare fairly new and include Anáhuac Cancún University which is part of the massive Anahuac University Network found in 18 countries and serving over 100,000 students.

Culture and history play a major role in Cancun’s appeal. The history of the area dates back to Mayan times and there is evidence of their ability to thrive judging by the ruins visited by thousands of tourists every day. The culture of the people of Cancun is very festive and parades and celebrations are frequently held throughout the year.

Cancun has a strong Mayan influence. While most names derive from the Mayans, Cancun originates from kaankun meaning nest of snakes, the major influence to its culture is Mexico’s desire to create a definitive resort and tourist destination.

You’ll find the Hotel Zone where many of the resorts are situated, the Downtown Cancun area known for clubs and markets as well as where most residents of Cancun live, and public beaches which is where most of the activity in this region takes place. The El Centro part of Downtown Cancun is the main residential area.

While there are rolling hills, Cancun is mostly a flat platform with minimal vegetation due to thin soil, although the presence of a tropical jungle filled with unique wildlife is also seen. The sea is almost always warm and the subtropical climate lends itself to hot summers reaching 110 degrees Fahrenheit and mild-to-hot winters ranging from the low-70s to the upper 80’s. The months of September through December are known for being the rainy months and the hurricane season runs from June through November.

Real estate is geared toward those looking for a retirement home, a vacation spot, a long term escape from the northern cold, or simply for investment purposes. There are homes, condos and apartments available to suit all budgets and preferences depending on where you want to live.

Although currently having a small population relative to its size, Cancun is attracting new residents with shopping malls, restaurants, new businesses, and nightlife. There are plenty of opportunities for everyone from the young entrepreneur to the retiree looking for a warm spot to spend their golden years.


Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico
  • Country: Mexico

  • State: Quintana Roo

  • Population: 722,800

  • Area:

    Land: 1,978.75 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

The Museo Maya de Cancun is a modern building which maintains over 400 artifacts from sculptures to jewelry that have been recovered at key sites throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. With its crystal clear waters, Cancun has been able to establish an impressive underwater museum with a series of over 400 sculptures for divers and snorkelers to view.

Cancun hosts many incredible festivals throughout the year including Diez y Seis, which is their Independence Day celebration, Viva Mexico en Cancun, and Dia de losMuertos. The Inception Music Festival is a Spring Break 30 day/30 night festival featuring top music talent.


Entertainment and Tourism

Cancun was designed to be a tourist destination. Starting in the 1970’s the Mexican government invested in the construction of 9 resorts. Now there are dozens and Cancun is one of the most popular tourist destinations for Americans and Europeans.

Cancun recently constructed a new stadium for their football team: Potros de Hierro (Iron Colts) of Cancun. Within the downtown area are dozens of bars, clubs and restaurants. The City is the largest nightclub in Latin America and there are various spots for folks of all ages looking to party and enjoy a cocktail.

Entertainment and Tourism

Districts & Neighborhoods

Cancun is split amongst four main districts: El Centro, La Zona Hotelera, Punta Sam and Puerto Cancun. To the north are smaller neighborhoods such as Puerto Juarez, Playa Mujeres and Isla Blanca.

El Centro

El Centro is the main hub for Cancun’s citizens and government. Here you will find government buildings along with the City Hall. For tourists, it is known for its markets, restaurants, bustling avenues and vibrant nightlife. Both locals and tourists head to El Centro for live music and excellent food. Yaxchilan Avenue is frequented more by the locals. Market 28 is a hot spot for souvenirs but also is where Cancun’s residents go for everyday services and household items.

La Zona Hotelera

La Zona Hotelera, or the Hotel Zone, is a 14-mile island designed for tourists. It has hotels, malls, restaurants and bars as well as golf courses. There is one single road packed with everything one would need including an area known as “Party Center.” Despite what the tourists think, this is not downtown Cancun.


Punta Sam

Punta Sam is a developing area with less hotels and restaurants than one would find in the more tourist-developed areas to the south. It offers a quieter feel than the major party areas in the Hotel Zone.

Puerto Cancun

Puerto Cancun is an urban community developed for residents who want to live well near the Caribbean Sea. It is a secluded community with an urban vibe complete with golf courses and a large marina. For those seeking the beauty of nature with big city amenities, Puerto Cancun calls out to them.

Real Estate Market

With a strong and growing economy, the real estate market in Cancun is continuing to grow. There were over 21,000 appraisal valuations in 2016, which was up 4% over the previous year. There are many homebuyers purchasing property for investment opportunities. Whether it is rental property or a winter home, Americans and Canadians are investing.

One of the newest parts of Cancun is Puerto Cancun which is an exclusive community complete with activities for residents and created with comfort and natural beauty in mind. While cheaper than homes of similar types in the United States, the homes overlooking the water are more expensive than homes in other parts of the city.

Rentals in the Hotel Zone are extremely expensive because land development is no longer available meaning supply and demands keeps prices high. Downtown Cancun offers a little more affordability and, the further you head away from downtown, the cheaper the rent.

The most likely buyers of properties are trending toward those nearing retirement. Analysts are finding that the warm weather and more relaxed pace of life are some of the driving factors for those looking to retire in Cancun.

  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre: $956.88
  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre: $786.81
Home Style Average Rent Price
1-bedroom apartment in City Centre $381.52
1-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $244.31
3-bedroom apartment in City Centre $747.04
3-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $564.58

Source: (March 2021)



Cancun is slowly building its educational institutions. Some of the more notable higher education schools include Technological University of Cancun, La Salle University in Cancun, and the AnáhuacCancún University which is affiliated with the Anahuac University Network educating over 100,000 students in 18 countries.

The public schools in Cancun are managedby the federal Secretary of Public Education. Students who attend Mexican public schools must be Mexican citizens.Public schools are free and funded by the government.

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