Where history meets timeless greatness.
Hacienda San Antonio Millet Founded in the 16th century
‘Mul Chac’ (Red Hill) was the name with which the Maya baptized this cattle ranching site in 1667, which later began to be dedicated to the cultivation of henequen like much of this area of the state of Yucatan.
At the end of the 19th century, this hacienda passed into the hands of the Counts of Miraflores, who renamed it San Antonio Peón. At that time, the two main buildings underwent a splendid renovation and the chapel was built. With materials of French origin and medieval and Renaissance reminiscences, the hacienda acquired its own style.
At the beginning of the new millennium, two couples set themselves the task of safeguarding the time sealed in the hacienda’s walls. This carefully planned adventure resulted in the splendorous place we know today as Hacienda San Antonio Millet, whose doors are open to visitors from all over the world.