Cozumel's main church, Iglesia de San Miguel, continues to be a central meeting point for the predominantly Catholic ... More
Iglesia de San Miguel
Cozumel's main church, Iglesia de San Miguel, continues to be a central meeting point for the predominantly Catholic locals. More than 100 years ago, farmers digging up a field found a beautiful ivory statue of St. Michael the Archangel brandishing a gold sword and crown. It is thought to be a gift from Juan Grijalva who landed on Cozumel in 1518. The statue was found on Sept 29th, the holy day of San Miguel, and Cozumelenos took that as a heavenly sign to name church and town San Miguel. The statue now rests on the church's altar.
Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Wilma, the following description may no longer be accurate. Please consider this when
making your travel plans. This old fashioned pizzeria, in the heart of San Miguel, serves thin crust pizza loaded ...
This is a very popular party stop among the cruise crowd. The DJ loves to play the top 40 dance
tunes and gets the crowd riled up so they can behave badly. Frozen drinks, especially daiquiris, are the specialty ...
This small operation boasts over 35 years of teaching safe diving and exploring the reefs of Cozumel. It prides itself
on giving individual attention; eight divers are the maximum permitted on any dive. Their downtown center alongside the Vista ...
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