Cozumel Restaurants, Clubs, Shopping and Attractions

Cozumel, the largest Mexican Caribbean island, is 10 miles wide and 28 miles long ( 16 kms. x 45 kms.) where diving and tourism dominates. Dive shops vary from PADI 5-Star facilities to single proprietor boats hawking snorkeling trips off the quay. Water sports in Cozumel are so good it is hard to make a wrong choice.
Accommodations run the gamut from luxury to basic; downtown hotels are by far the cheapest and most rustic. Archaeology plays a bit part in Cozumel tourism; the best preserved site is San Gervasio.
Around Cozumel
Cozumeleņos for the most part are born and raised islanders, friendly and fun-loving. Life in Cozumel paces itself languidly, clock-free. Not even fishing or diving schedules are allowed to affect Cozumeleņos' laid-back lifestyle. Ferry boats make the 45-minute trek across the deep, stunningly blue bay from Playa del Carmen almost every hour.