Cozumel Landmark
5th Avenue between Rosado Salas and Calle 3
Established in 1999
Functional kitchen equipment and a liquor license
5,395 square feet
including the 1,350 square foot upstairs Palapa restaurant seating

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Corner of 50 Avenida North and Calle 8 North
Stone wall all around
A construction of 3 semifinished studios
2 Wells
Fruit trees
720 square meters

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$430,000 USD
$100,000 USD




Corner Lot
Perfect to build Nice home
Independencia Neighborhood
Close to sports field, and local shopping
Foundation to build Second Floor
3,389 sq ft.

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1 Bedroom
2 Full Baths
Bright open Kitchen, Dining, & Living Room
Oceanfront living
24 Hour secured Building
Furnished* or Unfurnished

118 sq meters or 1270 sq.ft.

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Country Club Residential Zone
4 Lots
Excellent for investment opportunity
Open to build condos or private homes
Lot #1 28 x 40 = 1120 mt2 12,055.56 sq.ft
Lot # 2 26 x 40 = 1040 mt2 ft 11,194.44sq.ft
Lot # 3 34 x 21 = 714 mt2 7,685.54 sq.ft
Lot # 4 21 x 27.59 = 579.39 mt2 6,236.50sq.ft
TOTAL = 3,453 mts2-- 37,167.78 sq.ft

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Exclusive New Listing!!!

Located in Corpus Christi neighborhood
Perfect size to build a house on
12x18 or 216 mts2


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$56,000 USD
$580,000 USD
$650,00 pesos (+/-55,000 USD)




Apartment Miguel

$11,500 Pesos Monthly
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$4,500.00 Pesos Month
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$10,000 Pesos month
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$7,500.00-$5,500.00 Pesos Month
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$400.00 USD Month
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Vista Bonita Vacation Rental
Rent by the day, week, or month. Good deals!

Inquire for great deals!!!



April Trashy News

The Trashy event for April took place on a trashed out little beach on the east side of the island. This precious sandy cove just north of the Rasta Bar, offers a long stretch of sand beach, rocky outcrops, and easy access. Unfortunately, ocean currents and crashing waves make it a magnet for the marine debris being washed up day after day. Thanks to all the Trashy Group volunteers who made it out on Sunday April 14th, this gem of a spot is now free of trash and a showcase for the best of our east side beaches on the island. Special thanks to PASA, Pantera and the Turtle Brigade volunteers, and this month's hidden treasure sponsors:

BoBs Cozumel
Prima Trattoria
Cariloha & Del Sol
Guidos Restaurante
La Choza
Señor Frogs
Our swag bags items provided by Maria Edwards Boyd-Scott, Joey Boyd-Scott, Jackie and Ray Bauer, Rita Absher of Albatross Charters, Cozumel Bar Hop, and Jen Pobiak of Blue Dahlia Welness.

I just can't say enough about our hidden treasure sponsors. If you haven't visited some of these businesses please stop in and let them know you appreciate their dedication to a cleaner Cozumel. Their generosity brings a lot of smiles to our volunteers who deserve a little something special for their community spirit. The hidden treasures make the events really fun and business involvement has been instrumental in making this a true community effort. A complete list of our sponsors can be found on our facebook group page.

The 2013 bag counter stands at 362, well on our way to our 1000 bag goal, but WE NEED YOU! All are invited to spend a lovely morning with the Trashy Group. Come on out and help our island, make new friends, and maybe find a special prize! Our next event will be Sunday May 12th. Find complete details on our facebook group page.

Sponser's Link

Please visit our facebook group!



Dia del Trabajo - Labor Day May 1, 2013

This is a national public holiday in Mexico. There are political and labor union marches and official speeches. Schools, banks and government offices are closed.



Rodeo De Lanchas Mexicanas - Billfish Tournament 2013

National sport-fishing tournament that brings together competitors from Mexico and all around the world to fish for dorado, marlin, tuna, sierra and other game fish. Cozumel, gears up once again for all lovers of sport fishing. This is the XLII edition of the billfish tournament and is a great event to share with family and friends.

For more information on Entry fee's and Prizes please visit the link below.





Did you know that when you bring your out of country cell phones to Mexico and make a call, the number that shows up on the phone you are calling is a 998 roaming #.  We call this number back and it cannot locate the cell phone user, so your number is NOT SHOWING UP ON OUR CALLER ID.  What is showing up is a number where we can’t call back and reach you.  So, please when leaving a message, remember to clearly state your cell phone number.  Since we are using internet phone lines, they cut in and out, so sometimes messages are garbled.  If we do not phone you back, it is not because we do not want to, it is because we do not have the number to return your call, so please do not hesitate to call us back.  We don’t mind.  It’s always best to put your cell phone number in an email so we have some way to reach you if we do not know what hotel or rental you are staying in.  With some carriers, your phone number does appear, but not all.  




El Cinco De Mayo

Although Mexican citizens feel very proud of the meaning of Cinco de Mayo, it is not a national holiday in Mexico, but it is an official holiday in the State of Puebla where the mentioned battle took place. As in the United States, celebrations elsewhere also emphasize Mexican cuisine, culture and music.


Sea Turtle Nesting

Habits and cautions for the Caribbean coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico

The beaches along the Caribbean Coast of Mexico and especially in Akumal, are nesting grounds for two endangered species of sea turtles: the Loggerhead (Caretta Caretta) and the Green sea turtle (Chelonia Mydas). Nesting season for these turtles is May through October. After mating at sea the female turtle swims to shore to dig a nest for her eggs. It is not unusual to see turtles nesting at night on the beaches of Akumal. If you should see a turtle at night please do not disturb or shine a flashlight on it as this may disrupt their reproductive cycle. Female turtles dig their nests on the beach with their flippers, then lay their eggs and cover them with sand. They then crawl back to the surf zone and swim out to sea. After 50 - 60 days the baby turtles hatch from the nests and try to make their way through the surf zone and out to sea.


Mother's Day in Mexico

In the North American country of Mexico, Mothers Day is celebrated on a fixed day of May 10 as opposed to the Mothers Day in US that fall on the second Sunday in the month of May. Mothers Day in Mexico is celebrated in a colorful fashion. Children honor their mothers and thank them for their efforts in bringing them up and According to a custom in Mexico, sons and daughters make themselves present in the house on the eve of Mothers Day on May 8.

Mothers Day celebration in Mexico takes place on May 10 as the day is special for the people of Mexico. The day is celebrated with gusto as churches in Mexico organise special mass. The highpoint of the event is the orchestra which plays "las mañanitas" and distribution of 'tamales' and 'atole', the traditional early-morning meal to all local mothers.




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