About 17km (11mi) from the Carretera Transversal, down the same intimidating road that leads to Punta Molas, are the large Mayan ruins known as El Castillo Real.
The archaeological site, as well as the hike-in ruins a few kilometers away called Aguada Grande, are both quite far gone, their significance having blown off into the breeze some time ago.
Visitor services include: parking, customer service desk, sand wheelchairs, handicap accessible restrooms, showers, lockers, volleyball beach court, hammocks and lounge chairs for relaxation, children?
s playground and covered beach areas to enjoy the sand and pristine ocean, free snorkel guided tour every hour trough our concessionaries, free tour guide trough our prehispanic zone every hour, Dolphin observatory.
Ancient Mayan ruins worth visiting lie in the north and south parts of the island.