A town with a natural connection
Its name comes from the Mayan culture, and means '' Freshness and shade made by large trees". Sisal was popular for being a very important commercial port in Colonial times, where the commercialization of henequen fibers, cotton, tobacco and dyewood took place. Today it is recognized as one of the areas of great biological influence for the Caribbean.
Being a coastal destination, its gastronomic offer is full of dishes made with seafood, so you cannot leave without tasting the typical dish of the area known as Tikin Xic.
Life here passes between boat rides, where an undeniable connection with nature is discovered. Its landscapes and structure are so beautiful; they amazed the last Empress of Mexico, Doña Carlota.
Road to Sisal
This Magical Town is located one hour and 20 minutes from the City of Mérida, and can be reached by taking the YUC 281 highway.