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Interactive Cozumel Map – Quintana Roo

Isla Cozumel – Cozumel Island

Cozumel Map Mexico

In the past decade, Cozumel, Mexico, has become a very popular destination for expats and digital nomads looking to enjoy the Island’s amazing tropical climate, immerse in the Mexican culture, explore the ancient Mayan ruins, relax on beautiful sandy beaches and beach clubs and experience the vibrant nightlife. You can snorkel and dive into some of the best coral reefs in the world. 

Cozumel is an island located just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, close to popular and touristy destinations like Tulum, Playa del Carmen, and of course, the king of the Yucatan, Cancun. 

This Island paradise is a unique and nostalgic mix of Mexican flavor and Caribbean charm. For first-timers in Cozumel, it is very important to familiarize yourself with key locations on the Island, such as El Cedral, Villa Mar and San Miguel de Cozumel and even Cancun and Playa del Carmen, before you set out to plan your trip and book hotels, flights and other activities.

We have put together all the Cozumel maps you will need to plan your visit Cozumel and enjoy your stay in this unique and fantastic destination.


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Cozumel Maps

Cozumel Map
Cozumel Map (courtesy of

Cozumel Island Downtown Map

First thing first. In the heart of Cozumel Island you will find what is known as Downtown Cozumel. This is the most busy and developed area of the Island. 

Here you can find many shops, a variety of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other attractions.  You can also get an authentic taste of everyday Mexican culture. Wonder on Downtown’s cobblestone streets take pictures of the sights and monuments like the old San Miguel Church and the beautiful Plaza del Sol.

For those feeling more adventurous, have a look at the following Cozumel Map which will help you discover all the hidden gems the Island has to offer.

Make sure you check out at the Cozumel Island’s Best Hotels and the Top All-Inclusive Resorts.

Cozumel Map Downtown Streets
Cozumel Map Downtown Streets ferry companies and dive sites (courtesy of Cozumel Today Magazine)

Cozumel Hotel Map

We have good news as Cozumel offers a wide range of accommodation options. From budget-friendly hostels and guesthouses to luxurious beachfront resorts. So whether you’re looking for a peaceful and relaxing vacation by the beach or an exciting bar and party scene, Cozumel definitely has something for you.

Cozumel Hotel Map
Cozumel Hotel Map

Cozumel Beach Map

Cozumel is home to some of the most stunning beaches and picturesque beaches in the Caribbean….yes you heard right! From ivory sands and turquoise waters, secluded coves and busy shores, quiet romantic spot,s or an active day of swimming, snorkeling, and diving,g Cozumel has got you covered.

The Island is also a history-buff paradise with its renowned archaeological sites. Definitely visit San Gervasio, Punta Sur Eco Beach Park, and El Cedral. In the nearby Chankanaab National Park where you can swim in magnificent cenotes, observe the rich wildlife, and do some birdwatching. And if after a day full of activities you feel tired, just head to one of Cozumel’s wide selection of spas.

Expert Tip: Don’t forget to take a look at the Cozumel map below for the location of all the beaches and fun activities jet skiing, banana boating et.c) on the Island!

Cozumel Island Beach Map
Cozumel Beach Map

Cozumel Scuba Diving Sites Map

Last but not least, Cozumel is a renowned worldwide destination for scuba diving. It is a must-do when visiting this stunning Island! Home to some of the most spectacular coral reefs in the world, Cozumel has become …and rightfully so…a mecca for scuba divers of all skill levels.

The reefs here are home to a wide variety of fish like grouper, barracuda and sea turtles. The map below will tell you the exact location of the most incredible diving sites around the Island. 

Cozumel Island diving sites map
Cozumel Island diving sites map (courtesy of Cozumel Mexico . net)

Interactive Yucatan Peninsula Map with Cozumel Location

Traveling to 🇲🇽 Mexico soon?

I recommend these travel resources for Mexico that I personally use:

🏨 Hotels: I have found that Expedia and consistently have the best deals on hotels and resorts in Mexico. If you prefer to stay at a vacation rental, check VRBO that is usually cheaper than AirBnB’s added fees!

✈️ Flights: To find the best flight deals to Mexico, I always use Kayak. Remember to subscribe to their price alerts for the travel dates you want. Another great alternative for flight deals is Expedia.

🚗 Rental Cars: I always use and highly recommend Discover Cars because it allows me to compare several car rental companies and view ratings on various factors such as overall value, pick-up procedure, agent efficiency, car condition, and total time taken.

🚙 Cancun Airport Transportation: For the fastest and easiest way to travel, I suggest arranging a private transfer with Cancun Airport Transportation. Honestly, no better way to travel from the airport to your hotel or resort.

🤿 Tours & Activities: For tours and activities in Mexico, I highly recommend using either Viator or GetYourGuide. These websites offer a full refund if you cancel your booking 24 hours before the start of the tour, and they also provide excellent customer service in case of any issues.

🚨 Travel Insurance: I always suggest purchasing travel insurance as a precaution before traveling, especially after a recent accident in a taxi in Mexico. For short trips, I recommend Travel Insurance Master, whereas for digital nomads, Safety Wing is a better option.

📷 Best Camera for your trip: I always carry with me a GoPro, It’s light, compact, takes great video and pictures, and most importantly, it’s waterproof! You just can’t go wrong with one. If you are interested in higher quality video and photography, I always carry with me on my trips and highly recommend the Sony A7IV which I think is the best travel DSLR Camera out there.

☀️ Biodegradable Sunscreen: Remember to include a good sunscreen to protect yourself from the summer sun. I always use and suggest Sun Bum Sunscreen, which is vegan, reef-friendly, and cruelty-free.