Akumal Villa Rental Photos and Description
Private Villa 3 Bedrooms + 3 Baths, Sleeps 7-On the Beach-Steps from the surf
Put your toes in the water, butt in the sand. Relax in the hammock under the palms with a cold beer in your hand. And this is only the first day of your vacation at our beautiful Villa Italiano on the Mayan Riviera.
We have three bedrooms with their own private baths and views of the sparkling turquoise Caribbean waters. The two upstairs bedrooms have small balconies for two to view the beach or sunrise. The beds are made each morning (except Sunday) by our housekeeper, Ana. Each bedroom has an individually controlled air conditioner.
We have a large modern kitchen in which you can prepare a home made meal and as an added bonus Ana will wash the dishes in the morning. Or we can arrange to have home made meals prepared at the villa for you (dinner only). If you prefer dining out, there are also many native restaurants within 15 minutes. There are fresh fruit stands in every little town, notably Akumal and Tulum.
Our cheerful on-site property manager, Bijan, is a transplant from the Canada and can provide useful information on activities, restaurants and turtle watching. In addition, if you have any issues while you are vacationing at Villa Italiano, Bijan will help resolve it.
Our grand room is designed for a cozy family evening with an entertainment center that has books, games, DVD movies and CDs. During the day you can snorkel, swim or kayak right out back in our reef protected bay. You can also walk down the beach and hire a small fishing boat for a short ride just outside the bay.
Pedro, our groundskeeper, will keep the windows sparkling clean and the beach out front well groomed. He will also set up a kids inflatable pool for the toddlers if you desire.
For the nature lovers, if you come down between April and November you can witness the nesting habits and hatching of loggerhead and green turtles right on our beaches. These turtles can get up to 450 lbs.
For the ancient civilization buffs, there are numerous major and minor Mayan ruins within 3 hours of Villa Italiano including: Tulum, Coba, Ek Balam, Uxmal, Chichen Itza, Mayapan, Lultun and Muyil to name a few.
For the fisherman the prime time is April, May & June for wahoo, mahi-mahi, yellowfin tuna, sailfish, white and blue marlin and others..
Check out our Facebook web page with tons of pictures. Just go to Facebook and search for Villa Italiano
We offer additional discounts for stays of 7 nights or more.
Currently we can accept payment by credit card, personal check, money order or paypal
Keywords: Villa Italiano, Beach, Specials, Savings, Discounts
- alternative lifestyle
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- children welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- Low Allergen Environment
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
Guestbook comments from the manager
We had a lovely vacation at Villa Italiano again this year. Such a perfect location, charming and hospitable home and you have added those perfect touches that make a stay comfortable. Bijan is a conscientious manager and took excellent care of us.
This is a family vacation villa owned by three siblings. It’s named Villa Italiano in honor of our Italian roots. We try to maintain a cozy, casual and fun atmosphere. We want you to kick off your shoes, lay back and enjoy the sun sipping on a mango margarita. We can provide a map of local restaurants that we favor and have visited many times.
We chose this location because it is far enough away from civilization to be relaxing. Yet it is close enough to a number of local restaurants and shopping. We are on a secluded beach with low foot traffic and we consider it the best bay from Cancun to Tulum. We also are enjoy Mayan history and there are numerous significant ruins within a day’s ride.
We are slightly off the beaten track but still fairly close everything. We have a native well maintained garden out front.
We have been vacationing in the area for 20+ years and we never get tired of watching the large loggerhead and green turtles preform their nesting ritual. We also enjoy visiting the numerous Mayan ruins in the area. They continually are finding new ruins and continuing to excavate existing sites, so we never run out of new things to see.