British photographer Jeremy Flint goes on location in the Yucatán peninsula
The Mayan ruins of Tulum are one of the most spectacular places to visit in the Yucatán. / Enjoy restaurants and boutique shops along the Calzada de los Frailes, Valladolid’s most colourful street. / Fernando had cycled into Oxkutzcab to buy his groceries. / A serpent cascades down the 91 steps of the terraced pyramid of El Castillo at Chichén Itzá. Opening image: the Convent de San Antonio, built in 1561, is an incredible example of colonial-era architecture in Izamal – named the Yellow City after the traditional bright yellow buildings that line the centre.
Local farmers sell fresh chillies and citrus fruits at Oxkutzcab market. / The Iglesia de San Servacio, rebuilt in the early 1700s, is in Valladolid on the edge of the Parque Francisco Canton. / Relax on hammocks at Laguna Bacalar and enjoy the still, clear waters. / Cenobia Moo, a Valladolid market vendor. / Main image: El Castillo is at the heart of Chichén Itzá, a Unesco World Heritage site in the Yucatán Peninsula. Visit it in the afternoon, when the setting sun casts its rays on the incredible structures, or after dark, when a spectacular light show illuminates it.
The turquoise waters and soft sands along the coast of Tulum are an incredible place to take a morning stroll. / Spot exotic black spiny-tailed iguanas basking in the sun. / The statue of General Manuel Cepeda Peraza overlooks the church towers of Rectoría Jesús de la Tercera Órdenin in Hidalgo Park, Merida. / This Mayan stone head sculpture is a great example of the historic wonders of Uxmal. Main image: Ik Kil is one of the Yucatán’s most spectacular cenotes (limestone sinkholes). Ringed by greenery, it’s the ideal place to cool off with a dip.
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