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Based in Madrid, OHL has over 23,000 employees and an impressive average yearly growth rate of 20% since 2002. In the third quarter of 2010, its net sales amounted to over 3,4 billion Euros. At the same time, OHL is strongly committed to environmental responsibility and in 2003 produced its first Sustainable Development Report. As Juan-Miguel Villar Mir, the chairman of the board of directors and the author of the report, noted, mindful attention to the long-term health of the environment creates a "virtuous circle" that benefits the company, its clients and the globe. OHL's ecological diligence has served it well in M‚xico, where strong government regulations are enforced to protect the environment. A presence in M‚xico since 1980, OHL employs over 3,400 people there and has built highways, bridges, hotels and hospitals. The tourism complex at Mayakoba, which will eventually include two or three golf courses and six luxury hotels, is OHL's most ambitious hospitality project to date.


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Mayakoba is set on 640 hectares of jungle and tropical mangroves bordering the white sand beaches of the Mexican Caribbean. Mayakoba's natural beauty is the inspiration for the most exclusive and private resort destination on the coveted Riviera Maya. Home to a collection of luxury world-class resorts, the only PGA-TOUR sanctioned golf course in Mexico, more than 260 species of wildlife and 6 miles of sparkling lagoons and canals, Mayakoba is a celebration of luxury embracing nature.

Mexico Tourism Board

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Mexico is located in the northern region of the American continent between the Gulf of Mexico on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. It is bordered by the United States on the north and by Guatemala and Belize on the south. Mexico's 32 states are truly diverse, as each one has countless tourist destinations offering a wide array of activities.

Riviera Maya Tourism Authority

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The Riviera Maya is situated along the Southeastern coast of Mexico in the state of Quintana Roo. Nestled between the Caribbean Sea and protected jungles, the Riviera Maya stretches eighty-one miles, beginning south of the Cancun International Airport and extending through Sian Ka'an, the first established Biosphere Reserve in Mexico and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Riviera Maya boasts the tranquility of sparsely-populated beaches, a vast network of underground rivers, countless cenotes and numerous eco-adventure activities such as kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, trekking, bird watching and deep sea fishing. A vast variety of lodging options, from luxury hotels, all-inclusive properties to charming boutique hotels, provide excellent accommodations, first-class facilities and the warm hospitality of the local people. Many of Mexico's most significant archeological sites are nearby, providing visitors with the chance to experience the fascinating Mayan culture.

Cancun Tourism Authority

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Cancun is located in the northern part of the southeastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is Mexico's number one tourist destination and is known all over the world for its spectacular beaches, unique beauty and breathtaking turquoise waters. Cancun's shoreline recently underwent a $71 Million Dollar makeover, that featured 1.3 billion gallons of sand to renovating the Hotel Zone's seashore. The most popular tourism destination in Mexico and Latin America has also added to its sun, beach, and nightlife, by creating a unique five-day route that will offer visitors a chance to experience adventure and interaction with nature. Cancun and the Treasures of the Caribbean invite travelers to discover the vast natural, cultural and gastronomical cultures of Puerto Morelos, and the four islands of the Mexican Caribbean: Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Contoy and Cozumel. Cancun is a multifaceted destination that combines nature, historical Mayan Culture, glamour,luxury and world class tourism with the seduction for adventure, the passion for paradisiacal nature and the enchantment of gastronomical magic. 


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BMW is the Official Car of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.

BMW and Golf have been linked for over 20 years. Values like exclusivity, aestheticism and perfection are attributed to golf and enable BMW to reinforce the brand value "cultured" actively. Golf is a highly increasing global sports activity and therefore ensures more and more worldwide awareness and media coverage.For more than 2 decades BMW is engaged as partner and organizer of professional and amateur golf tournaments. Thereby BMW is embracing the increasing international relevance of golf around the globe.
The support and the organization of some of the most prestigious golf tournaments are a very important communication tool for the brand, in order to appeal to their target groups in an emotional and experimental way.

Our partnership with the OHL Classic at Mayakoba ensures that BMW is without doubt one of the most important supporters of this sport.


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Heineken is the Official Beer of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.

Heineken is the most international premium beer brand in the world. Craftsmanship and a unique recipe put Heineken on the map, and consistent high quality has now made it well loved in more than 170 countries.


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epura, bottled and distributed by the Pepsi Bottling Group Mexico, is the Official Refreshment of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. epura is recognized as the leading brand in the marketplace, and from the outset, has enjoyed a great reputation among Mexican families.

Ciudad Mayakoba

Ciudad Mayakoba, the latest real estate project by OHL Desarrollos, is envisioned as becoming the premiere master-planned residential community in Playa del Carmen, thus creating a new city concept.

Following the footsteps of the renowned Mayakoba Resort, OHL Desarrollos will create a new way of living, where the residential areas will coexist in complete harmony with the natural ecosystem. OHL Desarrollos contemplates an investment of over 1 billion USD to make the project a reality. The development includes the biggest urban park in Playa del Carmen, as well as a Civic Centre and first class commercial and retail areas.