Master-Planned and Gated Communities in Mexico
The United States is full of incredible places to retire or relocate. But what about somewhere beyond its borders? These days, retiring abroad is easier and more affordable, allowing you to broaden your list of potential destinations. So, if you’re considering retiring or relocating outside of the US, take a closer look at an international destination like Mexico.
If living in a warm locale is at the top of your list, then Mexico has you covered. Coastal locations, like those along the Yucatan Peninsula, are usually hot and humid. The most comfortable time of the year is typically through the autumn and early spring months. But you can expect any time of the year to provide the warm climate that’s so often sought after
When you think “beach destination,” do you picture white sands and turquoise waters? In Mexico, you’ll find these iconic beaches in Cancun and Playa del Carmen, where you can spend the day soaking up the sun, swimming, and snorkeling. Your underwater adventures will introduce you to the incredible sea life teeming with rays, sea turtles, and corals.
Other Outdoor Adventures
The beaches are a big draw, but Mexico is also full of other geographical landscape features, like jungles, forests, and mountains. The avid outdoors person will appreciate access to activities like biking on trails, hiking through forests, and climbing mountains. Or you can explore below ground in various underground rivers or cenotes, which are natural swimming holes formed from the collapse of limestone bedrock, exposing groundwater. These natural earth-filtered pools are filled with water so clear and pure, you’ll feel refreshed just looking at it.
Throughout the country, there are many reminders of ancient civilizations that helped shape the territory. The most notable—and arguably the most impressive—are the Mayan ruins found in the Yucatan Peninsula near the areas of Tulum, Playa del Carmen, and Cancun. Breathtaking sites like Chichén Itzá, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, and the Tulum ruins—the only ones built by the sea and some of the most well-preserved—will leave you in awe and feeling thankful that you live close enough to explore these ancient grounds.
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Montejo Plaza is a unique luxury community for retirees and active adults who want to enjoy the year-round sunny weather and everyday hospitality of life on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
The garden-style condominium homes and penthouses at Montejo Plaza are available in a choice of four spacious floor plans. The two- and three-bedroom models offer wide balconies with sweeping views and access to the rooftop garden terrace with a pool and lounge. Additional amenities include a complete fitness center and courts for tennis and pickleball.
Montejo Plaza is the area’s only residential community that features its own private beach club, a relaxing oasis on the oceanfront that’s just a 15-minute drive away. The nearby city of Merida is the capitol of the Yucatan state and is considered one of the safest places in Mexico. There you’ll find shopping centers, restaurants, theaters, museums, and top-rated medical facilities, while the surrounding countryside is a nature-lover’s paradise with hiking trails through the lush rainforest.
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The Riviera Maya is a dream vacation for many people, but for Anah Tulum owners, it’s an everyday reality. Sitting on nearly 5 acres of Mayan jungle abutting the sparkling Caribbean Sea, Anah Tulum Bahia Principe is a beautiful resort-style gated community that will sweep you away to paradise.
Located within the Bahia Principe Hotel & Residential Complex, Anah Tulum offers exclusivity and security in a luxurious and elegant atmosphere, allowing you to enjoy resort living at its best.
The townhomes that make up the Anah Tulum community are carefully designed for existing in harmony with their surroundings. Picture windows, sliding glass doors, patios, and plunge pools allow Mother Nature to be the incredible backdrop to life in the luxury townhomes. Inside, the modern design, with marble finishes and spacious rooms, takes advantage of the abundant natural light.
Being an owner at Anah Tulum comes with the services and infrastructure of the Bahia Principe Hotel & Residential Complex. In addition to a vacation rental program, an on-call doctor, and free transportation throughout the larger complex, residents can utilize all the amenities available to resort guests. A nearly mile-long beach, multiple pools and gyms, facilities for tennis, basketball, and soccer, and 27 holes of golf designed by Robert Trent Jones II will keep you outdoors and active. Over a dozen international restaurants and twenty bars provide plenty of options when you feel like indulging.
Just over an hour south of Cancun International Airport, living in Anah Tulum provides you with the opportunity to enjoy the stunning Riviera Maya with the convenience of luxury resort living. With fewer than a dozen townhomes left, be bold and take advantage of our special offer, exclusively for the ideal-LIVING community.
Living in Mexico
There are specific factors to consider when making an international move. For starters, you’ll need a visa to live in Mexico. The one you need to apply for is determined by how long you plan to stay.
The cost of living is also low, so you can live comfortably, but keep in mind that where you decide to settle can affect the amount you’ll spend. And make sure you’re aware of the costs of international money transfers and currency exchanges.
There are so many other enchanting reasons that make Mexico a top international destination to consider. So, take a moment and browse through these luxury communities, which are packed full of resort living amenities, and picture what life would be like in Mexico.