Cozumel Maps; From Macro to Micro!

Good Cozumel maps are hard to find. Current maps are especially useful. Even seasoned veterans need to refresh their memories as landmarks and places are constantly changing. Whether you are coming for the first time, or you just want to think about where you are going; a current map is worth a thousand words.

So if you are coming to Cozumel for the first time or you would just like to know where things are today; you've come to the right place.

To start with, on the right is a general map which shows the dive spots on the leeward side of the island (the west side). There are points of interest that you can click on. And if you want to see a larger version of this map just click anywhere else on the map.

Here is another map that I've always liked (below). It just has prettier graphics but is the same map of Cozumel that you will see everywhere. It's pretty hard to change mother nature! If you click on it the larger version will pop up as well.

Cozumel Map showing dive locations on the leeward side. Be careful, four wheel drive only Great way to spend the day The Mayans believed it was the end of the earth Home of the Goddes of Fertility Home of the world famous Casa Colonial One of Cozumel's first settlements. An anchent lighthouse Now a lighthouse monument
Island Map with dive sites

If you are interested in seeing a beach map the best place to go is our "Cozumel Beaches" map which is very popular and will give you a great idea of where the beaches are in relation to town and what they look like as well as a description of the beach.

As you can see from the top of the page we started by showing almost the whole western hemisphere. Then we narrowed it down to the state Quintana Roo which is our Island state. Then we focused on our Cozumel Island map, reef map and beaches map. You might ask if there are any other maps. Well aside from a street map you would need to get pretty picky!! So without further delay, here is a street map of Cozumel.

Cozumel Street Map Cozumel vacation rentals

You will note that the streets (called Calle) run one way (generally east/west), and the Av. (Called Avenidas here) run generally north and south. Make sure to remember a general rule when you come here to visit. The Avenidas generally have the right of way (unless there is a stop light) and the Calles must yield. I find that it is best to be extra careful whenever you approach an intersections, because maybe the "other guy" doesn't know the rules. Another bit of advise that can make the difference between a vacation in paradise or a vacation you would rather forget, is to not rent a moped! I've said it many times but they are the leading cause of accidents on the island and many if not most involve tourists.

I hope that you have found this macro to micro Cozumel Map page both useful as well as entertaining. We want for you to have the best vacation ever on Cozumel and please tell your friends and family about Cozumelmexico.net (your personal guide to Cozumel). The only one that gives FREE information and not paid advertizing!

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