A vacation is Cozumel is sure to leave you with spectacular memories of beautiful scenery, crystalline beaches and friendly, welcoming people. Cozumel is 34 miles long by 11 miles wide and largely undeveloped, unlike its neighbor RIviera Maya. With its expanses of jungle and untouched shoreline, this is a favored location for true relaxation, as opposed to partying and designer shopping. While the city of San Miguel has a lovely shaded plaza, it has little in the way of nightlife or high-end shops. A night out on the town will typically look like a couple of drinks at a local bar while listening to a guitar player.
The villaway.com selection of luxury vacation homes in Cozumel will please even the most discerning traveler. Our exceptional holiday villas range from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 3 baths to 6 bedrooms and 7 baths and can comfortably accommodate up to 20 guests. Common outdoor amenities include manicured grounds with tropical foliage, large private pools, hot tubs, palapas and open lounge areas, outdoor kitchens and al fresco dining areas.
Interior spaces in our upscale Cozumel vacation homes are no less grand. Expect soaring ceilings and sumptuous furnishings in the common spaces, with retractable doors creating a seamless indoor/outdoor space. Gourmet kitchens with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances are the standard. Generously sized and exquisitely outfitted dining spaces comfortably accommodate almost any size party. Bedrooms are private sanctuaries, with sitting areas and en-suite luxury baths. Electronics and home security are cutting edge and ensure your entertainment, safety and privacy.
Visit Punta Sur Eco Beach Park, the largest ecological reserve on the island. Across 2500 acres, you’ll see exotic birds, crocodiles and sea turtles. In addition to wildlife viewing, there is a beach, the El Caracol Mayan ruins and a lighthouse with a small maritime museum. If your first order of business is a day at the beach, the Palancar Beach may be the spot for you. It is particularly acclaimed for its kayaking, snorkeling, sailing and diving. San Gervasio Mayan Archaeological Site is the largest and some say, most important archeological site on the island. It is also a sanctuary and tribute to Ixchel, goddess of fertility and love.