It is the most important archaeological site in Cozumel Island. It was a Mayan sacred center and a strategic place for commerce and political development of the area and considered the sanctuary of the deity of the moon and fertility, the Goddess “Ixchel”.
Icon of the natural beauty of Cozumel and seat of the lagoon from which it receives its name, is located facing the second largest barrier reef in the world offering many recreational activities for the entire family.
The ecotouristic park “Punta Sur” through the rational administration of natural resources protects the flora and fauna refuge where it is located: In one of the largest natural protected areas of the island who houses the spectacular “Celarain” lighthouse.
Museo de la Isla
The guardian of Cozumel island´s secrets is waiting to share with you its history, ecological richness and the interesting Mayan and contemporary culture through its four permanent exhibition rooms and temporary exhibits dedicated to local, national and international art.