Maní, the “place where everything happened”. Due to its architecture and tradition, it is a gastronomic, historical, and cultural destination.
With a population that maintains the Mayan language present in daily speech, it is common to see women in their streets wearing a huipil, probably embroidered by themselves.
Boys and men use bicycles as their main means of transportation.
Maní is full of colors as real as a living painting.
This is Maní, a preserved Yucatecan landscape.