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Righetto Vacation Rentals
Niños Avenida Heroes, 77580
Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo
Mexico

Righetto Vacation Rentals in Puerto Morelos’ location is within the popular tourist district of Riviera Maya — a stretch of Caribbean coastline known for its luxury resorts, white-sand beaches, world-famous parties, and an unlimited supply of heavenly scenery.

It will take guests only 10 minutes to reach Cancun Town and 1 km ride to the Commercial Pier. If you plan on exploring then it would take a 10-minute drive to Crococun Zoo and another 30 minutes to reach Playa del Carmen. Lastly, Cancún International Airport, on the other hand, is a 20-minute drive from our beachfront property.

Other places of interest nearby:

  • Cancun
  • Playa del Carmen
  • Xcaret
  • Xel-ha
  • Xplor
  • Playa del Carmen
  • Cozumel
  • Tulum
  • Chichen Itza
  • Isla Mujeres
  • La Isla Shopping Mall
  • Universidad Anahuac Cancun
  • Temazcal Natura
  • Zoologico Crococun
  • Ruta de los Cenotes
  • Al Chimichurri
  • ABOUT PUERTO MORELOS

    Puerto Morelos is a town and sea port in Quintana Roo, Mexico’s easternmost state, on the Yucatán Peninsula. The town is at the southern end of the municipality of Benito Juárez in the northeast of the state, about 36 km south of the resort city of Cancún. The marine terminal at Puerto Morelos is equipped to handle containers and is the largest and most important sea port in the state of Quintana Roo.

    Puerto Morelos is divided by a highway and a mangrove swamp into three sections. The section west of the highway is known as “Colonia Joaquin Zetina Gazca”. The section east of the highway is called “Colonia Pescadores”. The section on the coast east of the mangrove swamp is “Puerto” or “Antiguo (old) Puerto Morelos”. This original coastal fishing village is now a quiet, mixed-use neighborhood of private homes, hotels, condominiums, restaurants, and tourist shops. The second part is about 2 km. inland and adjacent to Highway 307, on the western side. The inland portion is mainly single level dwellings for local workers.

    It has historically been the main port between the mainland of Yucatán and the Island of Cozumel, and an automobile ferry used to run from Puerto Morelos to Cozumel. The town is named after Independence leader José María Morelos. Resorts are abundant in the Puerto Morelos region along the Riviera Maya and attractions, such as the Crococun Crocodile Zoo, are also increasing in number. One hundred meters off shore lies the Puerto Morelos portion of the Meso-American Barrier Reef System, designated as a National Marine Park due to local environmental activists.