If you are looking for peace and quiet, Puerto Telchac is the perfect place. This port is ideal for those who like to swim and relax. It is very pleasant to walk both around the square and along the small promenade and visit the lighthouse which all together give it a very peculiar taste. Nearby, there is the beautiful Laguna Rosada, home to migratory birds and Uaymitún, a refuge for pink flamingos.
You can't miss visiting the chapel dedicated to San Juan de Dios, which was built right next to an archaeological base, the duality becomes present: the gods of the past and the newly adopted faith.
X'Cambó is one of the few Mayan ruins near the coast, considered an ancient fishing port that supplied the main Mayan cities with food.
San Crisanto is one of those towns where the calm and daily life embrace you inviting you to become a part of it. Spend the night in one of the ecological cabins of the place, take a tour early in the morning to the mangroves, taste delicious seafood at economical prices, and find the peace that the warm fishing-port offers.
The beaches of San Crisanto are a paradise between X'Cambó and Dzilam de Bravo. If you are going to visit them get ready to practice water sports and enjoy moments of relaxation. San Crisanto has the most extensive mangrove area in the state.