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Enjoy experiences during your stay at the hacienda. Get to know the most emblematic places in Yucatan and the wonderful surroundings of San Antonio Millet. It will be the perfect complement during your stay!

Route 1: Full day in Merida

Merida, a city of about 1 million inhabitants, a wonderful combination of a colonial city and a cosmopolitan destination. You can visit cathedrals, churches, Mayan ruins, museums, cenotes and the best restaurants and shops.

Places of interest:

Main Square, Casa de Montejo, Municipal Palace, MACAY Museum, Plaza Santa Lucía, Paseo de Montejo, Monument to the Fatherland, among others.

Route 2: The Eternal East

“… and the man said that they come from the east of those lands, that they were rich and lived in abundance.”

Chilam Balam (Mayan sacred book)

One of the most fascinating tourist routes in Yucatan is the Eternal East. It combines pre-Hispanic vestiges, colonial cities, beaches and nature reserves.

Places of interest:

Ek Balam, Valladolid, Chichén Itzá, among others.

Route 3: The Puuc route

“I am enchanted by everything seen in the infinite roads of the Mayab.”

Chilam Balam (Mayan sacred book)

Traveling on the Puuc Route is to know the ancient Mayan culture that dates back thousands of years in Yucatan, and is still alive; in the same way it is an encounter with the current Yucatan, the austere churches and colonial sites, the imposing Mayan cities and the proud henequen haciendas. Visit its markets and squares, and hear its legends wrapped in mysticism and the passing of the centuries.

Places of interest:

Hacienda Yaxcopoil, Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, Xlapac, Labná.

Route 4: From the past to the sea

“You will never be able to know all of Yucatán”, it is said and it is true. Come and travel along the paths of the past that lead to the sea, a magical journey where the spectacular architectural wonders live together with the warm and white beaches of Yucatan.

Places of interest:

Dzibilchaltún, cenote X’lacah, Progreso.

Route 5: Cenotes

The wonders of the state of Yucatan are innumerable. Some of the most important and unusual are the cenotes and caves. In Yucatan there are about 3,000 cenotes of which 1,400 have been studied and recorded. It is important to take into account that there are 4 types of cenotes, those that are underground, those that are half-underground, those that are at the height of the earth like a lake or pond, and those that are cenotes open like Chichén Itzá.

Places of interest:

Acanceh, Cuzamá, Mucuyché.

Route 6: Neighboring towns

It is always good to meet your neighbors, so we thought it would be a good idea to visit the important areas near Hacienda San Antonio Millet.

Places of interest:

Tixkokob, Aké, Izamal.

Route 7: Bird Watching

Celestún, an eco-tourist paradise in the state of Yucatán. Its exceptional landscape is part of the world heritage of the special biosphere reserve of the same name.

Among its natural attractions are, to the east, the Baldiosera spring where you can swim and dive. There is also the Cambay spring which is a spring of fresh water, and finally there is Tambor, where the main attraction is the pink or Caribbean flamingo, the only known population in North America and which has the Celestún estuary as a feeding and resting point.