If you want to get into the mexican folklore, you must visit the Municipal Market of Cozumel. You will find taquerías, breakfast shops, fishmongers, fruit stores and butchers, to mention some of them. There are also great options to try typical food from the region, always with local flavors.
Located almost in front of Cozumel Air Base, Casitas Beach is one of the places with amazing views for a sunset or just to walk on its sidewalk. It’s a public beach and the great thing is that it’s very close to downtown. You can also soak up your feet while contemplating the sunset. Great spot in the middle of the city!
Playa San Martin
Located in the east side of the island, San Martín Beach is one of the favorite and famous spots. The white and fine sand plus the crystal blue water are some of the greatest qualities of this beach. In conclusion, a must in Cozumel!
Tortugas Beach Club
Tortugas Beach Club is a small and lively beach club with great attractions and views. They have water games and a small pier, perfect for water activities. You can dock boats to do parasailing, off-shore snorkeling and many more. Moreover, they can prepare you a fresh guacamole at your table! They definitely have great mexican chefs working with the greatest flavors in town.
The main square of the island is located as soon as you cross the street in front of the ferry terminal. This area is full of life, color, aroma and noise by the number of vendors around it. Also, it has a unique and historical clock which is an emblematic symbol of the island. The changing color fountain is as well one of the most representative attractions in this area. It’s also one of the favorite shopping areas for souvenir enthusiasts. Can’t come to Cozumel and not visit it!
Tequila is one of the things that most distinguishes and highlights Mexico around the world. That’s why we have Tequilera, because it gives the opportunity to taste real tequila while you are in Mexico. If you are a tequila lover, you can’t miss this place.
Xu’naan Chocolate Interactive Tour
Xun’nann, which in the mayan language means beautiful woman, is an interactive presentation about the origin and evolutionary process of chocolate, vanilla, honey and coffee in the Mayan culture. Here is shown at different points the process of artisanal manufacture of these 100% mexican products, the area from which they originate, characteristics of them and some interesting facts about these delicious nutriments.
In this tour you will be able to try the products in their purest form and then already prepared, for lovers of sweets, history and food, this tour is what you are looking for.
San Gervasio archaeological site
This pre-hispanic settlement, located on an old cattle ranch, was baptized in the twentieth century with the name of the saint of its owner.
It is considered to have been founded around 300 A.D., making it the largest settlement on the island despite its small size. It is believed to have also been a site of much commercial activity in ancient times.
San Gervasio is approximately 5 miles from the exit of the city of San Miguel de Cozumel and is an archaeological site that despite being small, leads you to relive past times and magical times of the Mayan world.