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Tulum (Coba, Quintana Roo, MX - 77780)
$350,000 Reduce 250 k Ready 2 Sell

"250 acre emerald Jungle ..near Coba Ruin" 
Mayan Mansions/Playa Beach for Sale
Sal and Michele De Luna

Sal and Michele De Luna


Address: # - 777 Reza Ranch Coba road km 8
Type: Lots and Land
Style:  Single Story
Size: 1,077,750 sq. m.
Lot Type: Rectangular
Lot Size:  247acres  820ft x 14143ft
Has Suite: Yes

This unique Kings Ranch is available to Mexican Nationals a rare opportunity on today's market located on the coba to Cancun road just 8 Kilometers from the Coba Ruins with a paved road right to it's entrance this 100 Hectare Ranch or 247 Acre Cenote Ranch is now available and priced to move let your dreams come true and obtain a priceless beauty less than a mile and a half from the world renowned Coba ruins on the path of the Mayan Route.
Archaeologists believe Cobá was one of the most important ruin sites on the Yucatan Peninsula. The design and purpose of this settlement was very different from other Mayan cities, with various settlements existing in one area. The white roads lead from each settlement to the main pyramid, Nohoch Mul a Mayan Ruin.
Coba means ‘waters stirred by the wind’, an appropriate Mayan name as this settlement is surrounded by two large lagoons. For many years Coba was an ignored piece of Mayan history due to its location. Located between Tulum in the state of Quintana Roo, and Valladolid in the state of Yucatan, archaeologists first learned about the site in the mid 1800′s, but dense jungle, the Caste War and lack of funds made this site a difficult area to penetrate. This Mayan site is still largely un excavated making it a true wonder in the Yucatan. Visitors can enjoy shaded walkways that are the original sacbe (white roads), three settlements that show the architecture and vast area of this once large city, 2 ball courts and climb the highest Mayan pyramid in the Yucatan, Nohoch Mul. We have been visiting Coba since our arrival to the area in the early 90′s and we are still fascinated by this settlement.
Cobá was finally opened to the public as an archaeological site in1973. Archaeologists have estimated that 6,000 structures exist, but only three settlements are for public viewing. what makes this site different from Chichen Itza, Ek Balam, or even Tulum is that Coba is not a single site but a large group of sites connected to the central pyramid, connected by over 16 Mayan ceremonial “white roads” (sacbéob). The three main areas that can be viewed in the Coba Ruins are the Nohoch Mul structures (main pyramid), Conjunto Pinturas (spiritual area) and Macanxoc structures (close to the lagoon that bears the same name).

Coba means ‘waters stirred by wind’ or ‘ruffled waters’ as the Mayan city is located on two lagoons; the Coba Lagoon which can be seen as you drive up to the ruins entrance and Macamxoc Lagoon. Coba’s rapid growth was due to control of farmland, trade routes and most importantly, water from the two lagoons.
Coba is best accessed from the Riviera Maya through Tulum taking the famous Coba road found at the first intersection in Tulum. Clear signage is posted for drivers. Today, land owners can explore nearby cenotes, Choo Ha and Tamchaha that are a short 10 minute drive from the ruins main entrance.

 Intracoastal  Panoramic  Pasture
 Valley  Woods

Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.