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Chango Villa - Beach Front Caribbean - 7 Bedrooms

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Villa in Cozumel

7   8.0   Sleeps: 14  Minimum Stay: 7 nights
Nightly Rates: $999 - $1,299
Pool: Yes    Pets: No

We hope you enjoy our villa as much as we do. Chango Villa was designed to create a unique and once in a li...

Breathtaking Ocean Views, Comfort and Great Rates at Palmar! - Pa

Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

2   2.5   Sleeps: 4  Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Nightly Rates: $92 - $217
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

In the picturesque town of San Miguel, on the world-famous island of Cozumel, the beautiful new condo comp...

Ad # 400784   1642-66898 

Enjoy Incredible Caribbean Views at the Luxurious Peninsula Grand

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

3   4.0   Sleeps: 6  Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Nightly Rates: $134 - $328
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

Location - Peninsula Grand is an oceanfront luxury condo complex located just north of town on Cozumel'...

Ad # 400833   1642-66907 

Peninsula Grand - Ocean Views from Every Area of this 3 Bdrm Cond

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

3   4.0   Sleeps: 8  Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Nightly Rates: $152 - $360
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

Location - Peninsula Grand is an oceanfront luxury condo complex located just north of town on Cozumel'...

Ad # 400817   1642-66909 

Amazing Location in Cozumel! Oceanfront! Perfect for Divers! - Pa

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

3   2.0   Sleeps: 6  Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Nightly Rates: $155 - $276
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

Location - The Paradise Condos are located on Cozumel Island's west coast a few miles south of town ne...

Ad # 400825   1642-66902 

Luxurious and spacious 4 bedroom oceanfront home in Cozumel! - Ca

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

4   4.0   Sleeps: 8  Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Nightly Rates: $230 - $370
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

With two spacious ocean-view suites and four bedrooms total, this vacation home is perfect for a large fami...

Ad # 566623   1642-142688 

Breathtaking Caribbean Views and Sunsets! 4 Bdrm! - Cantil 3AN

Waterfront Vacation Rental Beach Condo in Cozumel

4   5.0   Sleeps: 10  Minimum Stay: 3 nights
Nightly Rates: $428 - $717
Pool: Yes Shared Pool   Pets: No

You can unwind and watch the sun set over the Caribbean Sea. Welcome to the good life! Inside, there's...

Ad # 502089   1642-131218 



Cozumel - Beach Information - Fun Things to Do - Tips

Cozumel offers one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world! With crystal clear waters, and abundant sea life, you can scuba dive or snorkel to your heart's delight. But even if the water is not your thing, there's plenty more to do here.

What to do in Cozumel if you are not a scuba diver? Well, there are plenty of shopping opportunities. There is one small town that is very walkable with shops galore selling jewelry, t-shirts, souvenirs, homemade crafts, seashells, you name it. Cozumel is a relatively safe vacation destination where you'll find the local population to be friendly, kind and civilized. It is extremely safe to stroll downtown San Miguel in the evenings, even for unaccompanied women. This makes it a great place to explore both the busy little city of San Miguel as well as the rest of the island. Scuba diving in Cozumel
Visit El Museo. This museum is in a gracefully-designed building on the corner of Calle 6 and the waterfront. It is a very pretty structure with several small but attractive and informative exhibits. Nice gift shop and a fun gallery restaurant upstairs serving decent food at inexpensive prices and an awesome view of the Yucatan channel. There is often original art for displayed here for sale by local artists.
parasailing in CozumelOther water activities available are parasailing, Boating, Deep Sea Fishing, water trampolines, kayaking, glass-bottom tours, sunset dinner cruises, sailing, jet skis, beach combing, etc.
Within less than a 30 minute drive from downtown, you can visit the ancient Mayan ruins of San Gervasio. These small but very picturesque Mayan ruins are located in the center of the island half way along the cross island road that bisects Cozumel. For centuries San Gervasio was a mecca for Mayan women from the mainland who made the pilgrimage to the island by dugout canoe to worship at the shrine of Ixchell, Mayan goddess of fertility.
Ancient Mayan ruins in Cozumel at San Gervasio Then you can visit the Punta Sur National Park, located at the southern tip of Cozumel. You'll see rugged, wild, sandy beaches with gentle wave action, a great, climbable lighthouse, museum and large Columbia Lagoon which teems with nesting birds at some times of year. But beware of the crocodiles, which, the rangers assure us, do NOT like people.
The eastern "Wild side" of the island is just that - wild! Hurricane Gilbert wiped out the electricity on that side of the island and it has since been deserted. There are a few beach bars, such as the Paradise Cafe, that will be very excited to see you if you pop in and get a cold margarita or beer. Chen Rio, which is good for families because of its protected cove and Mezcalitos is known for their great shrimp. Just don't even try to go swimming on this side of the island. The waves and currents are dangerous.
Horse drawn Buggy Rides in CozumelTransportation: Horse and Buggy rides are quite fun and romantic. You can also rent a car, jeep or a scooter or take a taxi around the island or to one of the many beaches. Chankannab Park is a $7-10 cab ride from downtown. Always ask the taxi driver for the rate before you even get in the car. Some of them are known for charging too much. There are posted rates by the main boat pier. I would recommend familiarizing yourself with the going rate or you might end up paying double. Admission to the park is $12/person but it is worth it. This park is truly beautiful and tropical. There are restaurants, snorkel rentals, gardens and a little museum. There's a protected lagoon that's perfect for young children.
And if you happen to be on the island on a Sunday evening, go downtown to the pedestrian-only plaza between 8 and 9 PM. There is often some kind of free event going on here on Sunday evenings, such as live music and dancing, a beauty pageant, a children's show, or religious event. It's a great place to people watch and mingle with the locals who come out in droves.
Del Sur Restaurant in Cozumel For such a small island, Cozumel has more than its fair share of excellent restaurants. The owners of BeachHouse.com have visited Cozumel many times and some of their recommendations are Casa Mission, Del Sur (Argentinian steak house $$$), The Lobster House (best lobster on the island, of course), La Perlita (recommended by their dive master - TONS of food for very few pesos), Kondesa (wonderful outdoor patio), and Kinta (fantastic food and service). There are seriously so many great places to eat, that you could visit Cozumel just to eat and you'd have a great time. Del Sur Restaurant in Cozumel
There are many reasons to visit Cozumel, but some of best reasons are:
(1) It's a GREAT VALUE. The American $dollar goes a long way in Mexico. You'll be shocked at how well you can eat and drink for way less than a similar meal would cost in the US.
(2) CONVENIENCE. Cozumel is very easy to get to. It is a short flight from most cities in the US.
(3) SAFETY and FRIENDLINESS. They really are nice people. And while it is generally safe, meaning you are not likely to get attacked or kidnapped, you do have to be careful about theft. Don't leave anything of value out in your room and watch out for pick pocketers.
(4) FOOD and BEACHES. Both outstanding on this island. The waters are gorgeous turquoise and blue. Sparking clear. Up to 100' visibility for snorkeling diving. Every water sport imaginable. So don't wait any longer! Book one of the great beach houses or condos listed here and have yourself a great time!