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Cozumel, a Caribbean island located 19 km west of the coast of Quintana Roo,

Cozumel, a Caribbean island located 19 km west of the coast of Quintana Roo, is the largest in Mexico, with an area of 647.33 km2, an average annual temperature of 26 ° C, and a warm humid climate with abundant rainfall summer.
This island is covered by jungle vegetation, surrounded by rocky coasts interrupted by beaches of ivory, lagoons and mangroves, in whose depths can be seen with the naked eye an important set of coral reefs belonging to the Maya Reef, the second set of reefs world, which have been established nature reserves of great ecological value as Reef National Marine Park of Cozumel and Chankanaab Natural Park, marine biodiversity-rich areas that have attracted the attention of researchers and scientists such as Jacques Cousteau and where Activities include scuba diving and ecotourism.
Its only town is San Miguel de Cozumel, which has a relaxing Caribbean flair and has the largest dock international cruise ships in Mexico, with tourists seeking the haven of peace and tranquility offered by the hotel areas of the island, real monuments comfort those who find golf courses, spas, restaurants equipped with the best variety of dishes based on seafood, worthy representatives of the local cuisine of the Yucatan peninsula, and, of course, the best variety of nightlife, bars arranged in the lead, where you can enjoy exotic drinks and the company of new friends under the moonlight.

Cozumel has architectural wonders worth visiting, among which the little-known archaeological site, which was part of an ancient Mayan ceremonial center.
Tourist Parador San Gervasio. It is located 17 km east of San Miguel. It is a Mayan archaeological site features several architectural complexes were built at different times and engaged in various activities such as housing, religion and politics. Currently only three of the groups of buildings are open to the public: Handyman, Central Plaza and Bats. Open daily from 7:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Parque Punta Sur Ecological Reserve. Located on the southern coast of the island, 30 km from the town of San Miguel. It has pristine beaches ideal for enjoying the great scenery that identify the Mayan jungle, wetlands, mangroves and dunes. Here you can watch the archeological ruins of El Caracol, an ancient Mayan temple and a construction that probably functioned as an observatory from which the ancient inhabitants of the island could predict the arrival of hurricanes and storms.

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