Welcome to Cozumel!!

The beautiful island of Cozumel was launched as an international tourist destination more than 50 years ago, when scuba divers and beachgoers discovered its crystal clear waters and its picturesque village by the sea- San Miguel. Today, the island has grown up, with world-class hotels, restaurants, and tourists attraction. But at the heart, it's still the same Cozumel, with friendly people, beautiful views and the blue waters of the Caribbean lapping at its shores.

Location: Caribbean Sea
Coordinates 20° 30′ 0″ N,
86° 57′ 0″ W
Country Mexico 
State Quintana Roo 
Municipality Cozumel 
Population  ~ 73,193 (2005)
Ethnic Groups  Maya
Currency Mexico Pesos 

San Miguel still retains all the slow-paced charm of a seaside Mexican village, but now getting to Cozumel and staying here is easier than ever. Visitors can dip their toes in the ocean less than an hour after arriving at Cozumel's modern international airport. Or they can make the 30-minute trip from the mainland's Playa del Carmen on a fast air-conditioned ferry that runs from early morning until late at night. Today, the island is the No. 1 cruise port in the world, welcoming more than 2 million passengers each year.
Thanks in part to its bustling economy and low unemployment rate; Cozumel is a safe, clean and beautiful destination. No matter where you are staying here, at one of the lovely all-inclusive hotels, and exclusive condo or a casual beach bungalow, definitely make time to tour the island. Explore the varied beaches and enjoy the shops and local eateries, hear some live music, and discover new adventures and, of course, meet some of the island's greatest assets, its warm people, who are proud to share their paradise with you.