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Overview Of The Port Of Cozumel

About Cozumel
Cozumel is Mexico's largest island.

San Miguel is Cozumel's only town and Plaza del Sol, the main square is where you will find craft and souvenir shops.

A trip to the Maya site of Tulum on the mainland is a long day excursion from here.

Snorkelling and scuba diving are also available for visitors to try.

The western side of the island offers some good beaches, with light winds and mainly calm waters.

Visit Chankanaab National Park where you can scuba, snorkel and wander or relax in the gardens.

Many visitors head to one of the all inclusive resorts here, a day pass will enable you to use their facilities.

There are lots of excursions available such as a dolphin swim, speedboat trip and an ATV jungle adventure.

Tequila, arts and crafts and leather goods are popular souvenirs.

Local dishes include red snapper, grouper and 'tamales' (chicken wrapped in dough and cooked in banana leaves).
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships can use 3 docks - International Pier which is around 1½ miles from town, Punto Langosta pier which is right in the centre of town and Puerto Maya Pier in La Ceiba, just outside of town.

Note: if these piers are too busy, ships occasionally anchor off-shore and tender passengers into the town of San Miguel.

Car and scooter hire is available within a 5 minute walk away from the International Pier area. When using taxis, ask and agree a price before setting off.
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