The Cozumel Map
This is our Cozumel map. Often just referred to as “Cozumel,” the official name of the city is San Miguel de Cozumel. When you travel, you want to know where things are. If you look at a map, you’ll have a better understanding of what’s around you. They designed these maps for you and should be easy to understand.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been working on a project that has required me to analyze documents. During my research, I’ve come across several maps of Cozumel, the island where I live. I found these maps fascinating, and I wanted to learn more about them. I’ve written a blog about the maps I’ve discovered, and I’d like to share my findings with you.
In trying to find good maps of Cozumel Island, we have found it is hard to find a good map. There are many alternatives to Google maps. And some of them are better than Google maps. A good map is a useful tool, but sometimes it’s better to use your own resources. There are many useful Cozumel maps you can download and share. When we find more Cozumel Mexico on maps, we will update this collection.
This selection will help you out. If you want to see any other types of maps of Cozumel, let us know and we will try to find one and post it here for you.
Where to stay on the Cozumel map
We have this map because many people going to a vacation spot find it difficult to know where to stay. There are areas on Cozumel that aren’t listed on the maps. We hope this map will help you find the right hotel for you. If you are planning to visit Cozumel, check out my recommendations on where to stay right here.
The Streets of Cozumel Map
Calles (streets) run East and West. If they are north of Avenida Benito Juarez, they are even-numbered. If they are south of Juarez, they are odd-numbered.
Avenidas (Avenues) run North and South. One block east of Melgar is 5th Avenida and they increase by 5 as you venture east by block. The label of Avenidas south of Benito Juarez is “SUR” and the label of those north of Benito Juarez is “NORTE”.
Avenida Benito Juarez runs through the center of town all the way to the other side of the island and is also called the “Transversal”.