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You may visit Cozumel for a day on a cruise ship, or spend an entire week diving or enjoying a resort. Either way our Cozumel map & travel guide will help you get the most out of your hours on this beautiful island.
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Most attractions, shopping, and restaurants are located near the cruise ship piers and downtown Cozumel (the city is actually named San Miguel). This map helps you decide if any of those attractions are for you, or you'd prefer to take a tour around the island. The map includes walking distances; car, scooter, and bicycle rental information; dive shop; snorkeling; plus a walking tour of downtown that will take you past all the major attractions like the local markets that most tourists never see.
One of Cozumel's highlights are the incredible beach clubs.. To get away from the crowds, it's best to take a trip to the remote east side of the island. The beaches aren't perfect on this side, and the waves are rough, but the thatched-roof restaurants offer that laid-back Caribbean atmosphere that offers the perfect place to relax. You'll also find a complete description of tours and attractions along the way.
From rustic, locals restaurants, to trendy establishments that cater to the islands wealthier visitors, Cozumel offers something for every taste. This map shows are favorites in the downtown area including places where you can feast on the poisonous-barbed Lionfish
that has invaded area reefs.
A complete map and guide to hotels and condominiums on the island. Most hotels are located along the calm western shore; only one hotel currently exists on the remote eastern shore. In the downtown area you'll find dozens of budget hotels, hostels, and rental homes.
Take a walking tour of downtown and explore all the landmarks, attractions, and quaint architecture that make up this former fishing village. Our map takes you turn-by-turn past the best beach clubs, restaurants and interesting sites that the island has to offer.
You won't want to miss out on a snorkeling tour from Isla Mujeres. The most popular spot is El Farito, located only a few minutes boat ride from the shore. Here you'll enjoy a variety of fish while effortlessly drifting along on a gentle current. For the more advanced snorkelers and scuba divers there are dozens of reefs to match every level. Fishing charters and day cruises are also available if you tire of the beach. At night, the most popular attractions are the bars and lounges scattered throughout downtown. We introduce you to all of them so you can find one that fits your mood.