San Miguel De Cozumel Mexico
San Miguel de Cozumel, Mexico is one of the most sought-after tropical islands in Mexico. Each week, the developed Cozumel port receives cruise-loads of international tourists eager to spend some time soaking in the sun rays on Cozumel’s famous beaches and private vacation rental villas and condos.
The island of cozumel is largely untamed and wild, but as soon as you step off (or drive off) at the Cozumel port, you know you are in a town full of things to do and see. think of it this way, Cozumel Mexico is to paved highways and shiny shopping plazas as isla holbox is to sandy roads and boho shops !
But of all the things to do in Cozumel, the island precedes itself as being one of the best locations in the world for scuba diving !! Many people flock to Cozumel’s turquoise waters to see what all the fuss is about.
There are 2 ways to reach Cozumel, by flying into the international airport, or taking the ferry from playa del carmen.
there is no ferry service form cancun to Cozumel, you can rent a car and cross with your vehicle or take the ferry in playa del carmen and cross as a passenger.
The largest ecological reserve in Cozumel, this park is full of attractions for the whole family. On the site you can see crocodiles in their natural habitat, to kayaking or snorkeling tour, bird watching, climb the historic lighthouse Ceralain and visit the Cultural Museum and Navigation. Although if you prefer, you also have a beautiful beach typical places to relax in the sun.
San Gervasio is an archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization, located in the northern third of the island of Cozumel off the northeastern coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, in what is now the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. San Gervasio’s pre-Hispanic name was Tantun Cuzamil, Mayan for Flat Rock in the place of the Swallows. The ruins were once a hub of worship of the goddess Ix Chel, an aged deity of childbirth, fertility, medicine, and weaving. Pre-Columbian Maya women would try to travel to San Gervasio and make offerings at least once in their lives. In 1560, the Spanish historian, Diego Lopez de Cogolludo, wrote: “The pilgrims arrive at Cozumel for the fulfillment of their vows to offer their sacrifices, to ask help for their needs, and for the mistaken adoration of their false gods.” The bishop of Yucatán, Diego de Landa, wrote in 1549 that the Maya “held Cozumel in the same veneration as we have for pilgrimages to Jerusalem and Rome, and so they used to go to visit and offer presents there, as we do to holy places; and if they did not go themselves, they always sent their offerings.”
Our selection of luxury vacation rental Villas, Condos and Private homes in Cozumel will please even the most discerning traveler. We have the most of Residencias Reef Condos which are the favorite of our clients. Our exceptional holiday villas range from an intimate studios to 6 bedrooms and 7 baths can comfortably accommodate up to 20 guests. Common outdoor amenities include manicured grounds with tropical foliage, large private pools, palapas and open lounge areas, outdoor kitchens and al fresco dining areas.
Interior spaces in our upscale Cozumel vacation Villas are no less grand. Expect soaring ceilings and sumptuous furnishings in the common spaces, with retractable doors creating a seamless indoor/outdoor space. Gourmet kitchens with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances are the standard. Generously sized and exquisitely outfitted dining spaces comfortably accommodate almost any size party. Bedrooms are private sanctuaries, with sitting areas and en-suite luxury baths. Electronics and home security are cutting edge and ensure your entertainment, safety and privacy.