There are many beaches for swimming,and lagoons like Chankanaab.
Surf spot on the windward side of the island
Perhaps Mexico's best snorkeling, although cruise ships and hordes have compromised reefs. Rocky shoreline makes if difficult in some places, but many snorkeling tours are available.
Perhaps Mexico's best diving, although cruise ships and hordes have compromised reefs
If you like flat and easy, a great place to bike
Sport fishing boats available for travelers
Cozumel's one musuem is small but interesting
Several small Maya sites; many grand sites on mainland Yucatan
Some hotels have tennis courts.
Shops have crafts from the Yucatan and beyond; clusters of shops around cruise ship piers
Jewelry shops and duty free shops near cruise ship piers sell perfumes, handbags, makeup, and resort wear.
Multiplex theater complex
Though the village of San Miguel and hotel zone have been developed, it's still a simple country environment.
Awesome reefs and beautiful beaches
This destination attracts lots of young singles and couples.
Although there are many high-end hotels, moderate hotels can be found.
There are some luxurious hotels on Cozumel.
Hurricanes threaten late September thru mid-November.
Plenty of English-speaking residents and visitors.
There's a tight community of Cozumelenos descending from late-19th century settlers.
Small international airport, and Cancun's international airport is not far away.
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