Xpujil is a remote village in the state of Campeche, located at an important junction in the interior of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. It offers the only services on Mexico's Federal Route 186 in the interior of the Yucatán.
Highway 186 is well-paved and in excellent condition, with little traffic. The road north connecting Xpujil with Holpelchén is narrow, but is recently paved and in excellent condition. To the south of Xpujil, this road is an unimproved seasonal track.
Modern Xpujil is east of the site of the ancient Mayan city of Xpujil. It contains important ruins. Nearby sites include Chicanna, Becan, Hormiguero, Rio Bec. Mayan archtecture in this region is characterized by the Rio Bec style.
An ecotourism information center in Xpujil offers information and guided tours for the nearby Reserva de la Biósfera Calakmul.