Some 20 km from the Yucatan Peninsula is Cozumel, Mexico’s biggest island. This idyllic place is decorated with white-sand beaches, crystalline waters, a spectacular string of coral reefs, numerous marine species and several shipwrecks, making it one of the most popular destinations for diving. Known for the beauty of its coral reefs, Cozumel boasts an impressive, colourful marine life, and the most adventurous divers can even marvel at sunken Spanish galleons in certain reefs.
Chankanaab National Park: A famous nature reserve that harbours more than 350 plant species, as well as a natural aquarium.
Archaeological sites: Vacationers can visit several archaeological sites. When the wind blows on Tumba del Caracol, the shells incrusted in this Mayan temple sing, offering an intriguing musical show.
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