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A quick guide to Cozumel

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Do you plan on going to Cozumel, but you don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, with this quick guide to Cozumel you will have at your disposal all the information you need to know to travel to Cozumel and have a fantastic time. Discover how to get there, what places to visit, restaurants, and some unique recommendations.

How to get there?

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A quick guide to Cozumel – Albatros Sail Away

If you are in Cancun, you must go to Playa del Carmen and from there take a direct ferry to Cozumel. Another option would be to take a flight to Cozumel International Airport; it all depends on your location and your budget. Cozumel is the third largest island in the entire Mexican Republic, so if you really want to enjoy it and get to know it, we recommend you to stay for a weekend to take advantage of it.

What to do?

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A quick guide to Cozumel – Albatros Sail Away

Cozumel is well known for the beauty of its beaches; therefore, you cannot miss the following spots on your list: Playa San Juan, El Cielo, Playa Bonita, Dzul Ha, Corona Beach, and Playa Encantada. Preferred by the public for its tranquility and its peaceful refreshing waters.

Other places that are worth your attention is; the center of the island; in which you will find both restaurants and convenience stores and handicrafts, Chankanaab National Park; an ideal place for snorkeling and admiring flora and fauna of Cozumel, the San Gervasio archeological zone; where you can learn curious facts about the Mayan culture.

Where to eat?

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A quick guide to Cozumel – Albatros Sail Away

The typical food of Cozumel has its origins in Yucatan. You can taste, for example; a good cochinita pibil or a delicious lime soup, but also for being a coastal place, fresh seafood cannot be missing from your table. The restaurants to pamper your palate would undoubtedly be Jeanies, Jacinta, Palmeras, and Casa Denis.

Be the protagonist of your own story in Cozumel! We’ll be waiting for you. Will it be happy ever after? There is just a way to know…

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